CHINA MARINE GROUPING CORPSMAN PRE-WWII USMC DEPOT FIRST AID POUCHES NAMED. Grouping named to John M DeLia who enlisted in the navy in 1925 as a hospital apprentice. In 1927 he was attached to 91st machine gun Co, expeditionary Bn, of the Asiatic fleet. Later as a Pharmacist third class he was stationed in Hq Co, 6th regiment in Tientsn, China with the China marines in 1928. Before japan invaded China and captured the China marines.Most were killed or taken prisoner early in the war. The belt is a 1918 L. Apr 1918, army first aid pouch is mfg. 9-1918, the USMC depot first aid pouches are the second pattern. Second pattern meaning the eyelets were kept from first pattern but switched to hanger on a web tab because the eyelets would pull off over time on the first pattern. In great condition for its age. Usage isconsistent through all the web gear. The item "CHINA MARINE GROUPING CORPSMAN PRE-WW1 USMC DEPOT FIRST AID POUCHES NAMED RARE" is in sale since Monday, February 17, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Uniforms". The seller is "ww2gearcollection" and is located in Oakley, California. This item can be shipped to United States.