Our schedule of events has been posted to our page (on the left) with links to each historic site with information about it. The Marines are always recruiting! Looking forward to seeing you at an event. Need more information about us? E-mail me at email@example.com.
A few of us at Historic London Town and Gardens, November 2014
The Marine contingent participated at the Mount Harmon Battle Reenactment on 25 and 26 October led by Sergeant Shackleford as the Captain was in charge of leading the battles these two days. There was a little bit of everything taking place at this event. From participating in the battles both days, attending appropriate meetings, ensuring they were lined up in formation and drills, as well as having a bit of time to shop with the sutlers and hang out at the Tavern on Saturday evening with friends - there was something for everyone at this one! The Marines showed up in force and welcomed Marine Private Morgan!
Sergeant Shackleford (left) and Brigadier McGaughey (right)
(Photo by Thomas Verenna)
Brigadier McGaughey (left)
(Photo by Thomas Verenna)
The Marines (on the far right) lined up and getting ready to go - wearing their round hats
The Maryland State Marines attended a small demonstration at the Mount Clare Museum on 13 September in Baltimore, Maryland. We set up right in front of the house and were able to talk to the public that came over from the B&O Railroad Museum train ride.
The Marine's next event will be at George Washington's National Birthplace near Colonial Beach, VA. Come by to see our musket demonstrations and drill on 9 August. Our ladies will be in the hearth kitchen preparing an 18th Century small dinner. Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Marines were at the Battle of Wyoming Valley Reenactment from 12-13 July, in Mount Cobb, Pennsylvania. The unit camped and fell in with the 43d Regiment of Foot. The commander, who is also the British Brigade Brigadier, rode on horseback while commanding the battle.
Left to Right - Lieutenant Colonel Grenier, Major Siegel, and Brigadier McGaughey
The Marines had the pleasure to be a part of the filming at Historic London Town and Gardens yesterday for a new TV series on the American Heroes Channel (formerly the Military Channel). The show, set to air next year, is called "Secrets of the Arsenal" and the story they are in is "The Culper Ring," a network of spies organized by General George Washington. Here are some photos of behind the scenes! The Marines participate in living history events at Historic London Town and Gardens a few times a year doing demonstrations and drill. Photos Courtesy of Historic London Town and Gardens.