In Memory Of

Maj Charles S. Newman, 80, U.S.M.C., born June 5, 1914, passed away on
September 10, 1994. In WWII, Newman was a Motor Sergeant deployed to the
Pacific Theater and was put in charge of communications for the 1st Marine
Division. He was then recruited by the CIA and took part in covert operations to
gather intelligence on the Chinese military during the Korean War. Newman was
then sent to the Congo as part of classified missions to stabilize the area and
prevent the Soviets from turning it into a foothold for the USSR. Semper Fi, Marine!
Til Valhalla, Brother!