The U.S. Marine Hospital was once located on the site that is now the Walt Disney Magnet School on Marine Drive. The Walt Disney Magnet School at 4140 N. Marine Drive was designed by architects Perkins & Will in 1973, so it probably was closed and demolished just before the school was built. Could someone be more specific or exact on this?. Actually, the address was on the other side, at 4141 N. Clarendon. Here's some historical info (copy all this into one line in your browser): http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=pphhdatapage&fileName=il/il0000/il0082/data/hhdatapage.db&recNum=0&itemLink=S?pp/hh:@field(TITLE+@od1(U+S++Marine+Hospital,+4141+North+Clarendon+Avenue,+Chicago,+Cook+County,+IL)) I did some digging in the Tribune Archives and here's the result. Apparently there was some haggling back and forth as to what the dispostion of the property was going to be: 8/24/1967 - Lakefront Hospital Goes to Junior College "Transfer of the 12 acre lakefront site of the old Marine Hospital, 4141 Clarendon, to the Chicago City College Board for use as a junior college was approved yesterday..." (My note: This site ended up not happening - they are referring to Truman College, which ended up over on W. Wilson Avenue.) 3/21/1968 - Junior College Site Hailed (My note: This article was about the final proposed site for Truman College on Wilson, but contains the following reference to the previously sought after Marine Hosptial site.) "The (Marine) hospital was declared surplus property by the federal government in 1965 and had been fought over by the city and state educational and health agencies until December (my note: must be 1967) when it was given to the Board of Education and proposed for a magnet school by James Redmond, school superintendent." 11/27/69 - Board Sets Completion Dates for 20 Schools "Disney Magnet School - 4141 Clarendon - A commitment from the federal department of health, education and welfare on removing existing government services is needed. September 1972 occupancy is planned." So it seems the Marine Hosptial closed in about 1965 or 1966 (which jives with my personal memory because I had a friend whose dad was a doctor there, and they moved away at approx that time.) Then the hospital became a public health clinic of sorts for awhile. Finally the Disney Magnet School opened in 1972. If you are interest in more history of the Marine Hospital, see http://www.hhpl.on.ca/GreatLakes/Documents/Andreas/default.asp?ID=s008
They close with and destroy the enemy.
As a former US Marine, yes.
Was the US Navy and US Marine Corps were created In 1798In 1798 the us navy and us marine corps were created
well there is the us marine hospital in louisville, middle creek battlefeild in prestonsburg, liberthall in frankfort, and a lot more i cant list.
One can meet with US Marine Corps recruiters from the following sources: Marines, Military, US Military, MARSOC - Marine Corps, Marine Spot, Today's Military, Marine Corps Recruit, to name a few.
To date, only one (1) woman has been awarded the Medal of Honor, and she was NOT a Marine. It was Dr. Mary Walker, a contract surgeon during the US Civil War.
They'd most likely wear it when attached to a Marine Corps unit, but if the Command's uniform regulations authorize it, then yes they can.
Close to 9,000 were lost in the Pacific/CBI Theaters; 50% US Army Air Corps and 50% US Navy & Marine Corps.
None of the US presidents served in the Marine Corps.
The Commandant of the Marine Corps.
That the Marine Corps is subordinate to and part of the US Navy.
The Navy provides medical personnel to the Marine Corps. One simply needs to request assignment to the Marine Corps. There will be additional training involved.
Less than 2% of the Americans are in US Marines. Once a Marine always a Marine.
The Pride of being a US Marine.
Depends on what your job in the Marine Corps is
Is the US Army Hospital, in US. It have more than 1100 beds. Is the bigest of the world
"Marine One" ~ see related link below .
1% of the American public are United States Marines. Past or present, once a Marine always a Marine.
Not really, the Marine Corps calls Aviation Units "Air Wings". During WW2 it had five such "Wings". Marine Air Wings are still in existence today and fly mostly close air support for ground units. They also provide the heliocopter transport that is an integral part of the Marine ability to move quickly.
Yes, a Canadian can serve in the US military as a Marine. Get a passport, be in shape, and contact a US Marine Recruiter: http://www.marines.com/main/index/making_marines/recruit_trainingGood luck!
Go ask your local Marine Corps recruiter.
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No college is required to enlist in the US Marine Corps, a High School diploma is all that is needed. To be a US Marine officer, a Bachelors degree is pretty much required.
A Vietnam War US Infantryman (Vietnam War US Foot Soldier). US Marine grunts were sometimes called "grunts" but primarily US Marine riflemen.