Marines stationed at the USNCML

Marines stationed at the USNCML, 1942-1946

Last Name First Name Rank Source Date Misc Info
Armstrong Jack NCR News Dec 1944
Bartholomew Frank H. Pfc., USCMR 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
Pfc., USNCMR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Burleson Russell L. Pfc., USMCR 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
DeWolf Charles J. Pfc., USCMR 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
Dunning Mort Sgt., USMCR 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
Estes Walter US Marine Corps NCR ID badge 22 Oct 1945
Galli Victor J. Pfc., USCMR 1943 Roster
Harrison Frederick D. Pfc.USMCR 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
Pfc. USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Hibbs Cedric A. Pfc., USMCR 1943 Roster 4 Jul 1943
Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster 4 Jul 1944 *spelled Cidric
NCR ID Badge 17 Apr 1943
Johnson Eric A. Pl. Sgt., USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
NCR ID badge 2-Jul-1943
Kostreba Walter J. Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Lemons Frank P. Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
Mezick William D. Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster
Nelson Joe Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster
Price John A. Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Samuelson Henry W. Pfc., USMCR 1943 Roster
Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Sanders James A. Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster
Shuck Oliver D. Pfc., USMCR 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
Soncarty Frank O. Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster 4-Jul-1943
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
Stein Samuel J. USMC 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Sylvester John J. Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster
True John O. Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
Tudor Frank T. Pfc., USMCR 1943 Roster
Pfc., USMCR 1944 Roster 4-Jul-1944
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
Worst Johannes Pfc., USMC 1943 Roster
NCR ID badge 17-Apr-1943
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    WHO worked during the war? Find the Personnel section. Also, Joseph R. Desch
    WHAT were their goals? By the Numbers. Also, The US Bombe
    WHY? History of the Bombe Project A contemporary account of the reasons and the plans for their project for the Director of Naval Communications, 1944.
    WHERE was the project: In Dayton, it was in Building 26. In Washington, it was housed at the Naval Communications Annex
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