Have to guess here as none of the sources I can locate give that information. I know that she handled publicity duties, but not where.
Oddly enough, none of the official USMC sites list her at all - they list Opha Mae Johnson as the first of 305 women to be accepted for duty in the Marine Corps Reserve on 12 August 1918. Lela Rogers' obituary states that she was one of the first 10 women to enlist in the Marine Corps.
You don't have to respond to the extracredit in order to answer the original question. even if we move on to another question before the extra credit is answered the extra credit will still be a valid way to earn 5 milbucks.
I'm not sure about how much they would be worth, but I saw that they only had one known to exist in the academies vault, and since they are against selling OScars, if that is the only one, I would have no idea how much they would be worth. The originla plater ones cost $10.
You are correct. They were fully unionized in the 1960s. I wonder if unionizing makes them weaker or more determined to fight. One would think weaker but anyways thats another topic for another thread.
How did Napolean Bonaparte finance his invasion of Russia in 1812?
I'm guessing either you don't know or are now entirely interested in Silver Phoenix's trivia. Either way the answer is "He decreed that tubs could be filled with no more than five inches of water and had lines painted at the five inch level to make the depth of his commitment clear"
For what expenditure did the tiny European principality of Andorra allocate its entire national defense budget of $5 about twenty years ago?