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Honoring Robert Harbula April 3, 2014
Mike Doyle, D-PA
"Mr. Robert Harbula of West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, fought bravely as a U.S. Marine in the Korean War—including the Battle of Chosin Reservoir. Private First Class Harbula served in G Company of the Third Battalion of the First Marine Regiment, part of the First Marine Division, in the Korean War. His unit was referred to initially as “George Company” and then, later, after Chosin Reservoir, as “Bloody George.”"
Honoring Robert Harbula April 1, 2014
Mike Doyle, D-PA
"Mr. Robert Harbula of West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, fought bravely as a U.S. Marine in the Korean War—including the Battle of Chosin Reservoir. Private First Class Harbula served in G Company of the Third Battalion of the First Marine Regiment, part of the First Marine Division, in the Korean War. His unit was referred to initially as “George Company” and then, later, after Chosin Reservoir, as “Bloody George.”"
Lance Corporal Daniel Nathan Deyarmin Post Office Building March 24, 2014
Blake Farenthold, R-TX
"Nathan joined the Marines in 2003, and served with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division. In March of 2005, Nathan was deployed to Iraq. Sadly, just 5 months later, he was killed on August 1 by enemy small arms fire while conducting dismounted operations outside Haditha. Five other marines died at his side."
Lance Corporal Phillip Vinnedge Post Office March 24, 2014
Ann Wagner, R-MO
"Phillip Vinnedge was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force based at Camp Pendleton in California. In September 2010, Lance Corporal Vinnedge’s unit was deployed to Afghanistan. Only a month later, he was tragically killed on October 13, 2010, as his unit was conducting combat operations in the Helmand province region."
A Commemoration Of U.S. Marine Sgt. Lance Davison March 13, 2014
Ann Kirkpatrick, D-AZ
"Immediately following the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, Lance was deployed to Afghanistan for duty in the 3rd Battalion 23rd Marines 1st Marine Division, for which he received several medals and commendations, including the Bronze Star and Purple Heart."

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