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[Liberty Pass for George W. Stone, April 25, 1929]

Description: USMC liberty pass from April 25, 1929, for Corporals George W. Stone, Gerald J. Foley, and Alcott, Roger E, in Managua, Nicaragua. It is signed by Fifth Marines' regimental adjutant Capt. F. D. Strong.
Date: April 25, 1929
Creator: Strong, F. D.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Liberty Pass for George W. Stone, 1 December 1928]

Description: Liberty pass for Cpl. George W. Stone from 1:40 PM, 1 December, to 4:20 PM, 2 December, 1928, including orders to report to the 2nd Battalion Commander in Grenada when visiting the city.
Date: December 1, 1928
Creator: Brown, Dudley S.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Transfer Order #119, USMC, 21 May 1929]

Description: Official orders of Colonel Backstrom, commander of Fifth Marine Regiment, for the transfer of fifty-two Marines from Nicaragua to Marine Corps Base San Diego via the USS Cuyama on 25 May 1929.
Date: May 21, 1929
Creator: Strong, F. D.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Report, 7 September 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing extracts of a report from a mission flown over Nicaragua the previous day. Included in the report are mail drops and communication with Marine ground patrols.
Date: September 7, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Reports, 16 August 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing extracts from multiple air missions flown over Nicaragua between 13 and 15 August 1928. Included in the reports are aerial observations of suspicious activity, taking fire from Sandinista forces, mail drops and pickups, and communication with Marine ground patrols.
Date: August 16, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Reports, 20 October 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing extracts of reports from air missions flown over Nicaragua on 18 and 19 October, 1928. Included in the reports are mail drops and pickups and communication with Marine ground patrols.
Date: October 20, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Reports, 22 July 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo from 22 July 1928, containing report extracts from two air missions which took place the previous day over Nicaragua. The reports detail observations made on these flights of friendly troop movements, the populace, and one engagement between Marine Corps aircraft and Sandinista forces.
Date: July 22, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Reports, 28 July 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing extracts from reports of two air missions flown over Nicaragua the previous day. Included are aerial observations of friendly troop movements, the populace, mail drops, and suspicious activity by possible Sandinista forces.
Date: July 28, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memorandum for the Funeral of Capt. Robert S. Hunter, 22 May 1929]

Description: Official memo of the Fifth Marine Regiment regarding funeral services for Robert Stuart Hunter, Captain, USMC, who was killed-in-action on May 13, 1928. The funeral was conducted on May 23, 1929.
Date: May 22, 1929
Creator: Strong, F. D.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Orders for the Burial of Deceased Marines, 29 September 1927]

Description: Official orders from Fifth Marine Regiment Headquarters in Managua detailing the procedure for burying dead Marines when return of their bodies to HQ is not possible.
Date: September 29, 1927
Creator: Hollingsworth, W.M. H.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Report, 23 September 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing extracts from a report of a mission flown the previous day over Nicaragua. Included in the report are mail drops and communication with Marine ground patrols. One Marine's disappearance in a river and another's injury by airdropped rations are recorded.
Date: September 23, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Reports, 9 August 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing extracts from the report for an air mission of 8 August 1928. Included are aerial observations, reports received from Marines in combat, and bombing a suspected bandit.
Date: August 9, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Marine Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Air Patrol Reports, 10 August 1928]

Description: Official air patrol memo containing report extracts from two air missions flown over Nicaragua the previous day. Included in the reports are mail drops, communication with Marine ground patrols, and bombing of suspected Sandinista positions.
Date: August 10, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[USMC Order 8606 to 2nd Brigade in Nicaragua]

Description: Undated radio transcript of an order numbered 8606 from "MARCORPS" to the Second Marine Brigade Commander, ordering the transfer of a Marine detachment aboard USS Camden (AS-6) to 2nd Brigade command in Nicaragua.
Date: 1927?~
Creator: United States Marine Corps
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Fifth Marine Regiment Change Sheet, 16 October 1928]

Description: Official change sheet for the Fifth Marine Regiment stationed at Managua, Nicaragua, documenting transfers out of and into the regiment, personnel strength, courts martial, promotions and rating reductions, and temporarily assigned personnel.
Date: October 16, 1928
Creator: Headquarters Fifth Regiment
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Marines & Mother's Day Flowers, 19 March, 1929]

Description: Official memo for Second Marine Brigade regarding a radio communication (# 8618) from Marine Corps Headquarters, explaining procedures for Marines in Nicaragua to have flowers delivered to their mothers on Mother's Day.
Date: March 19, 1929
Creator: Berkeley, R. C. & Smith, W. Dulty
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo regarding Presidential Commendation, 5 January 1929]

Description: Official memo of Second Marine Brigade relaying a commendation via radio message from President Calvin Coolidge to US Marines in Nicaragua, on the occasion of the new Nicaraguan government's installation.
Date: January 5, 1929
Creator: Berkeley, R. C.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Memo with Secretary of the Navy's farewell address, 7 March 1929]

Description: Official Second Marine Brigade memo with a radio transcript of Navy Secretary Curtis D. Wilbur's farewell message to the Navy and Marine Corps. Wilbur left office and was succeeded by Charles F. Adams III on March 4, 1929.
Date: March 7, 1929
Creator: Berkeley, R. C. & Wilbur, Curtis D.
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum