Change in Hours for Wreaths Across America

Gates open at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 16. See news article below for more information. 

Beirut Barracks Bombing - October 23, 1983


Twenty-one service members who lost their lives in the bombing on the Marine Corps barracks in Beirut, Lebanon are buried in Section 59 at Arlington National Cemetery near a memorial which honors all of the 241 American service members killed in the attack.

 

Name Service - Section Gravesite
1. Lance Cpl. Nicholas Baker                                         U.S. Marine Corps - 59            620             
2. Gunnery Sgt. Alvin Belmer U.S. Marine Corps - 59 613-2
3. Master Sgt. Roy L. Edwards U.S. Marine Corps - 59 613-1
4. Sgt. Robert B. Greaser U.S. Marine Corps - 59 608
5. Lance Cpl. Davin M. Green U.S. Marine Corps - 59 618
6. 2nd Lt. Maurice E. Hukill U.S. Marine Corps - 59 611
7. Lance Cpl. James C. Knipple U.S. Marine Corps - 59 681-1
8. Maj. John W. Macroglou U.S. Marine Corps - 59 612
9. Lance Cpl. Timothy R. McMahon U.S. Marine Corps - 59 2978-C
10. 1st Lt. David J. Nairn U.S. Marine Corps - 59 609
11. Pfc. Thomas S. Perron U.S. Marine Corps - 59 616
12. Sgt. John A. Phillips Jr. U.S. Marine Corps - 59 610
13. 1st Lt. Clyde W. Plymel U.S. Marine Corps - 59 607
14. Staff Sgt. Patrick K. Prindeville U.S. Marine Corps - 59 681-2
15. Hospitalman 3rd Class Diomedes J. Quirante U.S. Navy - 59 613-3
16. 1st Lt. Charles J. Schnorf U.S. Marine Corps - 59 604
17. Cpl. Thomas A. Shipp U.S. Marine Corps - 59 605
18. Lance Cpl. Horace R. Stephens U.S. Marine Corps - 59 606
19. Cpl. Eric G. Washington U.S. Marine Corps - 59 617
20. 1st Lt. Donald E. Woollett U.S. Marine Corps - 59 681-3
21. Hospitalman 3rd Class David E. Worley U.S. Navy - 59 619