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Any photos of WWI Marines who were part of the Naval Militia wearing any insignia denoting them as Naval Militia?


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As the title says I'm curious if there is any photo evidence, prior to these men being activated or even those who may never have been activated, wearing any campaign cover insignia or any accoutroments etc. denoting Marines as Naval Militia i.e. a 'NM' under the EGA on the campaign cover or something. I know that there were class 3 and class 4 categories appearing on the musters that many of these naval militia were categorized as when they were activated. Any insight would be much appreciated.

Semper Fi

Kevin

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Always looking for quality WWI and WWII USMC items. Particularly 4th Marine Brigade related items, medals, uniforms helmets ephemera, Also WWII USMC items including uniforms, medals, etc. to combat veterans especially Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Iwo Jima. Let me know what you have. Semper Fi


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?.... I know that there were class 3 and class 4 categories appearing on the musters that many of these naval militia were categorized as when they were activated.

Semper Fi

Kevin

Pls clarify this statement. Can you post examples of these muster rolls depicting "Naval Militia" in the comment line.


The bended knee is not a tradition of our Corps. (General A. A. Vandegrift, USMC, 5 May 1946)

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