These names are listed not only to mourn the passing of our Brothers but also to celebrate their lives.I know that these Marines and Corpsmen leave behind families, friends and military Brothers that have had our lives enriched by their presence.
The men who by their courage to attend one or more of the pass reunions of the First Battalion Ninth Marines Network have touched a few more lives.Together we have shared laughter and tears.We have learned that even after thirty or forty years the pain we share is eased when we are together.
These men leave behind renewed memories, their names bring a smile to our faces, and helps lift the burden of a heavy heart.
If we believe in what the Marine Corps teaches us we can all rest well knowing that the gates of Heaven are well guarded and we all we be greeted by a familiar face.
Gold Star Mothers
OUR GOLD STAR FAMILY
As we remember our Brothers, do not forget their Family.
Cpl. Robert H. Littlefield KIA 16 April 68 A-Co/1st 1967 Mrs. Maylene Littlefield (Mother) Marietta, GA
This section is is intended to provide a place for personal or individual rememberance of the Marines and Corpsmen we served with in the 1st Battalion 9th Marines.