Museum Photo Galleries

“The amphibious landing of U.S. Marines on September 1950 at Inchon, on the west coast of Korea, was one of the most audacious and spectacularly successful amphibious landings in all naval history.

Bernard Brodie, A Guide to Naval Strategy, p. 238,

These Photos were taken in August 2013 by Retired Marine Combat Photographer Walt Modler on a first trip to the Museum of the Marine Corps. They are included as reference if you are planning a trip to Quantico and or Washington D.C.

Plackards around interior of Chapel-13.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-14.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-15.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-16.JPG
Hunam Cremains Memorial Site.JPG
Marker for Cremains Memorial Site.JPG
Ceremonial Bell for services-1.JPG
Ceremonial Bell for services-3.JPG
Chape Entrance Plaquel-2.JPG
Chapel Entrance Plaque-1.JPG
Chapel-1.JPG
Chapel-4.JPG
Chapel-5.JPG
Kneeling Marine-1.JPG
Kneeling Marine-2.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-01.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-02.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-03.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-04.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-05.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-06.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-07.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-08.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-09.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-10.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-11.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-12.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-13.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-14.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-15.JPG
Plackards around interior of Chapel-16.JPG
Hunam Cremains Memorial Site.JPG
Marker for Cremains Memorial Site.JPG
Ceremonial Bell for services-1.JPG
Ceremonial Bell for services-3.JPG
Chape Entrance Plaquel-2.JPG
Chapel Entrance Plaque-1.JPG
Chapel-1.JPG
Chapel-4.JPG

“By the time the Marines are through with them, the Japanese language will be spoken only in Hell!”

Admiral William F. “Bull” Halsey