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Reminiscences of Robert B. Luckey : oral history, 1969

Creator: Luckey, Robert B.
Project: Marine Corps project.
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Phys. Desc. :Transcript: 238 pages Sound recording: 5 reels
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Biographical Note

Marine Corps officer.

Scope and Contents

Education, University of Maryland, 1923-27; expeditionary duty, Nicaragua, 1929; early assignments, artillery training; United States Embassy Guard, Peking, 1936-38; aide to General James Breckinridge, 1938-39; World War II: Guadalcanal, Cape Gloucester, and Okinawa operations, occupation of Tsingtao; United States Marine Corps in interwar period; postwar assignments: Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C., 1949-51; United States Marine Corps Schools, Quantico; Hogaboom Board, 1953-54; Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, 1954-55; amphibious warfare operations; United States Marine Corps Recruit Depots, Parris Island, 1957-59; 3d Marine Division, 1959-1960; Far Eastern situation; Camp Lejeune, 1960-61; Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, 1961-63; contingency planning.

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Interview is in the public domain.

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