Road Closure

Schley Drive, adjacent to the Memorial Avenue entrance, will be CLOSED June 22 to support renovation of the heating and air conditioning system at the Women in Military Service to America Memorial.

 
Published on Friday, June 7, 2019

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