- Author:Robert Leland Athey
- Publisher:Xlibris Corp; 1 edition (April 9, 2001)
- Pages:404 pages
- Subcategory:True Crime
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Author Biography: Robert Leland Athey makes his home in Hanford, California with his wife Nadine. Retired as a Master Gunnery Sergeant from the United States Marine Corps on October 1, 1974.
Author Biography: Robert Leland Athey makes his home in Hanford, California with his wife Nadine. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.
Robert Leland Athey, Master Gunnery Sergeant USMC Retired, enlisted July 13, 1942. Served in World War II, the Korean War, The Cuban Missile Crisis and at many duty stations. Retired from active duty at the Marine Corps Supply Activity, Philadelphia in July 14, 1969
Robert Leland Athey, Master Gunnery Sergeant USMC Retired, enlisted July 13, 1942. Retired from active duty at the Marine Corps Supply Activity, Philadelphia in July 14, 1969. In private life is a Systems & Procedures Analyst and Systems Project Manager. A native son of Kings Country, California he is active in the preservation of local history. Lives with his wife Nadine in the attractive city of Hanford, California.
Title: MAG-12 Guadalcanal - Efate - World War II in the South Pacific. Author: Robert Leland Athey. We are aware of 10 similar reference publications related to "US Soldiers (WW2), US Marines". US Marine versus Japanese Infantryman Guadalcanal 1942-43.
by Robert Leland Athey. Guam, Marianas Islands, December 11, 1948 at 2020 hours. Ruth Farnsworth (soon to be married to a Staff Sergeant in the . Marine Corps), was working part time in the MARBO area Jade Shop. Select Format: Hardcover. During that evening a tragedy count down clock began ticking.
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From the Album Don't Cry For Me. March 16, 2011. Basically, the message it gives is, "Don't cry for me even though I'm gone, because I'm in a better place. We played this at my husband's funeral recently and the words were so fitting. It is very comforting during a time of profound loss.