U.S. Marine Corps Dictionary

Line of Communication

(Dominican Republic) A series of roads leading from San Ysidro Airport west to the American Embassy in San Domingo, Dominican Republic and passing the Presidential Palace. The eastern half was controlled by the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division while the western half was Marine-occupied. In the Army half, troops were hiding behind walls, firing at ghosts and on high alert. In the Marine sector, the Marines were being house and fed by the locals who were doing laundry for them while the Marines maintained control of the street from the cabana chairs on the front porches.


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