Uphold the traditions of the United States Marine Corps, Participate in the community for the betterment of all, to keep alive the connection between those actively serving and those no longer active, to bond with our fellow Marines and servicemembers and promote comaraderie, TO PROTECT AND ADVANCE THE WELFARE OF THE WOUNDED AND DISABLED MARINES, VETERANS, AND THEIR DEPENDENTS
A group of young Marines joined together to create a new Marine Corps League in Mobile, Alabama. Many of the young Marines were from the University of South Alabama‘s Student Veteran Association, known as the “Jag Vets”. The original charter consist of 33 members with a median age of 38 years old. This is an excited new group of people ready to jump in and do some good work for Marines. The detachment was named for Marine Sgt. Foster L. Harrington. Foster served with Mobile’s 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company. Foster was KIA in September of 2004 while on deployment to Iraq in the Al-Anbar Province. Our detachment meets the 2nd Wednesday, 18:30 hours at Eastern Shore Lanes, 10460 Eastern Shore Blvd., Spanish Fort, AL..
We meet every second Wednesday of each month @1830 (6:30pm). Our meeting place is the Eastern Shore Lanes, 10460 Eastern Shore Blvd., Spanish Fort, AL.
Sgt. Foster L. Harrington
Insert: September 5, 1973
Extract: September 20, 2004
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