March 1929

Captain Robert Stuart Hunter U. S. Marine Corps

Volume 14, Issue 1

CAPTAIN ROBERT STUART HUNTER, U. S. Marine Corps, who died in Nicaragua in May, 1928, as the result of wounds received in action during a contact with bandits in that country, was born October 27, 1892, at Langley, Kansas. He enlisted in the Marine Corps on January 5, 1914, and was honorably discharged October 19, 1916, to accept a probationary appointment as second lieutenant in the Marine Corps on October 20, 1916. He proceeded the same date to Norfolk, Va., for duty with the Marine Battalion which sailed from the United States on October 27, 1916, on the U. S. S.

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