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Nicaraguan Campaign —33 [ edit ] As a U. Nicaraguan Campaign. MacNulty for distinguished service in the line of his profession as commander of a patrol operating in the vicinity of Bromoderos, Nicaragua, on 27 February Captain MacNulty, while on a mission assigned by his Battalion Commander, upon receiving word that a platoon of the 57th Company had been ambushed by a numerically superior force, immediately upon his own initiative proceeded to the scene, made a night march over unknown, most difficult terrain, in a bandit-infested area. Upon arrival at the spot, Captain MacNulty disposed his patrol with such military ability and strategy as to successfully defeat and put to rout the bandit force, thereby saving the lives of the remaining few of the beleaguered patrol, which were at that time greatly outnumbered. Marine barracks of a U.

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Marine barracks of a tiny U. Armed Forces island garrison of , outfitted with only small arms and mounted. Shigeyoshi Inoue , prior, surrounded Guam, and, also, air forces from then Japanese Saipan. Guam was the first piece of American soil surrendered during the war. Marines, however, could take comfort that with the Japanese attack forces preparations, deployment and predominant withdrawal, the U. Nicaraguan Campaign Edit Earlier, as a U.

Nicaraguan Campaign. MacNulty for distinguished service in the line of his profession as commander of a patrol operating in the vicinity of Bromoderos, Nicaragua, on 27 February Captain MacNulty, while on a mission assigned by his Battalion Commander, upon receiving word that a platoon of the 57th Company had been ambushed by a numerically superior force, immediately upon his own initiative proceeded to the scene, made a night march over unknown, most difficult terrain, in a bandit-infested area.

Upon arrival at the spot, Captain MacNulty disposed his patrol with such military ability and strategy as to successfully defeat and put to rout the bandit force, thereby saving the lives of the remaining few of the beleaguered patrol, which were at that time greatly outnumbered. He retired from military service in Marquis Co. Marine machine gun and small arms counter fire, which, remarkably, actually, struck and disabled enemy aircraft , … His Maj.

Col William K. MacNulty, less 28 men on patrols at scattered points, took up positions at the butts of their rifle range near Sumay. When the Marines landed in , the Hayashi Detachment, still on the island, was annihilated. Marine Corps, Washington, D. One hundred yards west of the tiny village of Bromaderos, a dozen bullets cracked over the head of 1st Lieutenant Edward F. The 35 Marines and their mule drivers took cover.

Easing to the left of the trail, they worked their way to the crest of a small ridge. From this excellent position, they managed to break up two enemy attacks, neither of which was well planned or aggressively executed. Captain William K. MacNulty had 88 Marines under his command, a sufficient force to accomplish his mission of suppressing rebel activity along the route to Yali. Two more were to die before they could be evacuated.

Enemy losses were placed at 10 dead and 30 wounded.

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