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Marine Brigadier General Chesty Puller shines at a reunion of the 1st Marine Division, Aug 1951.Lewis Puller at a desk, California, United States, circa 1952
Marine Brigadier General Chesty Puller shines at a reunion of the 1st Marine Division, Aug 1951.Lewis Puller at a desk, California, United States, circa 1952
Lewis Puller with wife Virginia and children Martha, Virginia, and Lewis, United States, circa 1952Maj General Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller, Assistant Division Commander, 1st Marine Division, Korea 1952
Lewis Puller with wife Virginia and children Martha, Virginia, and Lewis, United States, circa 1952Maj General Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller, Assistant Division Commander, 1st Marine Division, Korea 1952
Marine Brigadier General Chesty Puller (helmet) speaks with Col Lew Walt during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton, California, 1952.Marine Maj Gen OP Smith (right) congratulates Brig Gen Chesty Puller after presenting him with his fifth Navy Cross, Feb 1952. Gen Smith remarked at the time that they ought to stop giving Puller Navy Crosses and just give him the Medal of Honor.
Marine Brigadier General Chesty Puller (helmet) speaks with Col Lew Walt during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton, California, 1952.Marine Maj Gen OP Smith (right) congratulates Brig Gen Chesty Puller after presenting him with his fifth Navy Cross, Feb 1952. Gen Smith remarked at the time that they ought to stop giving Puller Navy Crosses and just give him the Medal of Honor.
Major General Lewis B “Chesty” Puller and General Holland M. “Howlin’ Mad” Smith (Ret) and their wives at the Marine Corps Ball, 1953.Marine Corps portrait of Major General Lewis B “Chesty” Puller, 1953-54. Note the ribbon for the Navy Cross with four gold stars representing five awards of the medal; no other Marine can claim this.
Major General Lewis B “Chesty” Puller and General Holland M. “Howlin’ Mad” Smith (Ret) and their wives at the Marine Corps Ball, 1953.Marine Corps portrait of Major General Lewis B “Chesty” Puller, 1953-54. Note the ribbon for the Navy Cross with four gold stars representing five awards of the medal; no other Marine can claim this.
Lieutenant General Blackshear Bryan and Major General Lewis Puller at US Marine I Corps headquarters, 19 Apr 1954Major General Good and Major General Lewis Puller at Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, United States, 1 Jul 1954; Puller had just taken command of US 2nd Marine Division
Lieutenant General Blackshear Bryan and Major General Lewis Puller at US Marine I Corps headquarters, 19 Apr 1954Major General Good and Major General Lewis Puller at Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, United States, 1 Jul 1954; Puller had just taken command of US 2nd Marine Division
Major General Lewis Puller handing the US 2nd Marine Division flags to Brigadier General Edward Snedeker shortly after Puller took command of the division, Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, United States, 1 Jul 1954Major General Lewis Puller fastening his life preserver before boarding a helicopter, Roosevelt Roads Naval Base, Puerto Rico, 26 Jul 1954
Major General Lewis Puller handing the US 2nd Marine Division flags to Brigadier General Edward Snedeker shortly after Puller took command of the division, Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, United States, 1 Jul 1954Major General Lewis Puller fastening his life preserver before boarding a helicopter, Roosevelt Roads Naval Base, Puerto Rico, 26 Jul 1954
Marine Lt General Chesty Puller (Ret) emerging from the Witness Room after testifying at the court martial of a Marine Sergeant, Marine Recruiting Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina, USA, 1956.US 1st Marine Division Association Secretary-Treasurer Edwin Clarke pinning a membership card on Lieutenant General Lewis Puller, 26 Jun 1960; note Colonel Jonas Platt in background
Marine Lt General Chesty Puller (Ret) emerging from the Witness Room after testifying at the court martial of a Marine Sergeant, Marine Recruiting Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina, USA, 1956.US 1st Marine Division Association Secretary-Treasurer Edwin Clarke pinning a membership card on Lieutenant General Lewis Puller, 26 Jun 1960; note Colonel Jonas Platt in background
Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961
Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961
Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961
Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961
Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961Lewis Puller talking to US Marines during the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961
Lewis Puller at the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961Lewis Puller talking to US Marines during the 20th anniversary celebration of US 2nd Marine Division, 1961

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