June 1922

The March of Events

Volume 7, Issue 2


Henry W Carpenter

SEPTEMBER 29, 1921,-Marine patrol in contact with Dominican criminals at Camo Famiel.

October 15th.-Marine patrol in contact with criminals near Angelina, D.R.

October 23rd.-At 3:15 a.m., the top section of the 608 foot mast at the Radio Station, Heeia, Hawaii, became afire. Corporal Andrew J. Contratto and Private John T. Dainko were highly commended by the Secretary of the Navy on February 17, 1922 for their "courageous performance of duty under trying and dangerous conditions."

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