The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

Another Historic Event

marines in position to fight enemy

After the battle of Guadalcanal, Puller became an executive officer of the 7th Marine Regiment.
Later his heroism was again seen in January in 1944 in the Pacific. Puller and his crew faced Japanese machine guns and mortar fire in the battle of Cape Gloucester in the new Guinea region. Puller pulled off counteroffensive which made him earn his fourth Navy Cross.

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