Paver brick with the inscription "Golf 2/4, then 2/6 2nd Mar Div 1990-95 or around that time

Marine Corps Museum – Leaving Our Legacy

Our journey began with a simple yet powerful objective: to ensure that our annual reunions continued to be memorable and affordable for those of us in attendance. Through yearly fundraising activities, we rallied support with enthusiasm and determination from Marines, family, and friends. The generosity of everyone is unmatched and without hesitation.

Over the years, surplus funds allowed us to purchase a myriad of things for the group. Some examples include:

  • Our Unit’s Guidon
  • Gettysburg Battlefield Tour in the afternoon and Ghost Tour in the evening
  • A newly trained service dog for a brother in need
  • Awards and gifts for farthest travelled and perfect attendance
  • Web server hosting to keep this site alive
  • Lunch/Drinks at rally points, farewell breakfasts, & Catering at reunions
  • Fireworks in Idaho

As a member of Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, I’m proud to share how our fundraising efforts not only secured memorable reunions but also left a lasting mark at the Marine Corps Museum.

Introducing, a paving brick at the Marine Corps Museum symbolizing our unity and commitment. The installation of the paving brick at the United States Marine Corps Museum serves as a tangible reminder of Golf Company’s distinguished service and unwavering dedication.

Marine Corps Museum Brick Registration Certificate
Brick No. 40720

To locate our brick, head over to and enter our brick number 40720.

Alternatively, click one of the links below that indicate your starting location.

Our fundraising efforts may have started with a simple goal, but they have led us to leave a legacy that will endure for generations to come. Through our dedication and commitment, we have strengthened the bonds of brotherhood that unite us as Marines, ensuring that the memories of our service and sacrifice will never be forgotten.

Photo by Monty Burkhalter

This brick stands as a tribute to us and its presence among others at the museum serves as a reminder of our service and bonds of brotherhood.

In the end, our fundraising efforts are not just about financing our annual reunions; they are about building and preserving the bonds that define us as Marines. And for that, I am immensely proud to be a part of Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines.

Semper Fidelis

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