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Marine Corps History

Today is November 17, 2018

1990 About 100 miles south of the Kuwait border, American and Saudi Arabian military forces participated in Exercise Imminent Thunder. The exercise included an amphibious landing by more than 1,000 Marines of the 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade and tested the military’s ability to command, control, and coordinate air and ground forces. It included air-to-air mock fighter combat and close air support of ground forces. At the same time, only 25 miles south of Kuwait, another 1,000 Marines from the 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade conducted field exercises ashore.

2003 Brigadier General (select) Joseph V. Medina, an experienced infantry officer, was the first Marine to take the helm of the Navy’s newest strike group, Expeditionary Strike Group 3 (ESG-3). ESG-3, scheduled to deploy the following summer, was the Pacific Fleet’s second operational strike group to stand up since the Navy reshaped the composition of its seagoing forces. BGen (sel) Medina, aboard his flagship Belleau Wood, led the seven-vessel force along with the 11th MEU in numerous exercises in preparation for next year’s overseas duty.

2004 The investigation into Cpl Wassef Hassoun’s June disappearance while serving in Iraq was re-opened after some of his personal affects were found in “remarkably good shape” by Marines conducting operations against insurgents in Fallujah, the city he originally disappeared from. His military uniform, military identification card, and civilian passport were among the items found.

2005 Marines of RCT-2 participated in a massive offensive, Operation Steele Curtain, along the Iraq-Syria border. The 17-day offensive was geared toward preventing al-Qaeda in Iraq from operating in the Euphrates River Valley and throughout the Al Anbar province. Ten Marines were lost during the operation.

2005 Marines with 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marines, conducted Operation Sorkh Khar (Red Donkey) in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley.

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