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This plaque was presented to our detachment as the 1999 First Place Newsletter Award by the Marine Corps League, Dept. of Pennsylvania, at the 54th. Convention in Harrisburg.

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Historical Sites

Visit the VMF112 Wolf Pack web site

In order to preserve an important element Marine Corps history, our detachment hosts the chronicles of a specific Marine Corps combat organization known as the VMF 112 Wolf Pack - a famed Marine aviation combat unit stationed in Guadalcanal during WWII.

As time marches on, the ranks have begun to thin out important parts of our illustrious history. In an effort to preserve one particular legacy of our Corps, we are endeavoring to capture and preserve the essence of a group of warriors who previously made their mark in combat. We hope other Marine Corps League detachments will take up the challenge and similarly host additional unit chronologies within their websites.

Visit the Korean War Educator web site

Welcome to the Korean War Educator web site that features a memoir by Nittany Leatherneck Herb Wong. The Korean War Educator  is a joint effort of civilians and veterans who are determined to establish and maintain a medium in which the general public can learn more about the Korean War. The site is a "Made in America" product. Veterans from all over the United States and the world are invited to help build this not-for-profit website. The Foundation seeks historically accurate information and photographs to make the Korean War Educator one of the world's most valuable resources and finding aids on the Korean War. All material should be submitted to the Foundation via its chief executive officer.


Visit the Career Resources for Veterans website

Guides on this website recommend pages only from trusted organizations and will connect you to all kinds of information, advice, tools, and programs that offer real-world help.

Detachment Certificates

The following website lists available detachment certificates on hand. Check with the detachment Quartermaster to restock available certificates. John Hammond is the point-of-contact for having certificates made up.

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