1st Marine Division Association

Veterans who campaigned under the battle colors of the 1st Marine Division , are justifiably proud of their Division's accomplishments in WWII, North China, Korea, Vietnam, Kuwait, Somalia, Afghanistan, during the Cold War and peacekeeping. The "esprit de corps" of their service remained when their active duty with the Division came to an end. It was this same spirit of belonging, of sharing and giving of ones self which mandated the formation of the 1st Marine Division Association. Since its beginning, the Association continued to grow steadily until the membership exceeded 14,000, and it became the largest of its kind in the United States. It is supported by both officers and enlisted men, proud of their service and association with the 1st Marine Division, desirous of continuing their contacts with their comrades and determined to perpetuate the spirit and traditions of the United States Marine Corps. The Association incorporated in 1947 as a non-profit, now designated an IRS 501(C)(19) organization, is open to those who served in the 1st Marine Division at any time since it's formation in 1941. This applies equally to those who served with attached or supporting units, such as corpsmen, aviation units, Seabees, ships and other regiments and battalions and other uniformed services.

Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter
Robert W. Ebert - President
9500 Shanna Drive
Louisville, Kentucky 40299
E-Mail: rwei37@bellsouth.net
Telephone: 502-267-6413

Marine Corps League

Members of the Marine Corps League join together in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps.

Montford Point Marine Association

The Montford Point Marine Association is a nonprofit Veteran's organization, established to perpetuate the legacy of the first African Americans who entered the United States Marine Corps from 1942 to 1949, at Montford Point Camp, New River, North Carolina.  Membership in the Association is open to veterans and active members of all branches of the U. S. Armed Forces regardless of race, creed, or national origin.

1st Marine Division Association

Veterans who campaigned under the battle colors of the 1st Marine Division , are justifiably proud of their Division's accomplishments in WWII, North China, Korea, Vietnam, Kuwait, Somalia, Afghanistan, during the Cold War and peacekeeping. The "esprit de corps" of their service remained when their active duty with the Division came to an end.

Women Marines Association

Women Marines Association is a non-profit veterans association comprised of women who have served or are serving honorably in the United States Marine Corps regular or reserve components.

Miscellaneous Programs

Miscellaneous programs in the commonwealth of Kentucky, including Toys for Tots, Wounded Warrior Regiment/Marine for Life Program, and Wounded Warrior Regiment.

Links

Links of National/State/Local Marine Corps Organizations and Coordinating Councils.