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Guide to the Fred M. Greguras Papers, 2006-2014
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Fred M. Greguras is a former United States Marine who served in Vietnam in 1970 with Hotel Company, 2 nd Battalion 5 th Marine Regiment. While he is currently employed as a partner at a law firm in California, he also has researched and written a number of histories about U.S. Marines. The collection contains three histories written by Greguras on the locations of U.S. Marines in various areas of China before and during World War II, and the current status of those areas, based on research and multiple trips taken by Greguras to China during the 2000s.
Fred M. Greguras was born in Omaha, Nebraska on December 3, 1943. He attended the University of Nebraska, Omaha, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics in 1966 and a Masters of Science in mathematics and computer science in 1968. In 1969, Greguras joined the United States Marine Corps, and in 1970 he served a tour of duty in Vietnam with the Hotel Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment. After completing his service in the Marine Corps as a captain in 1972, Greguras earned a law degree from the University of Nebraska in 1975. He now works in California as a partner in a law firm. In addition to his current employment, Greguras is also a Marine historian, and has taken numerous trips to China where he has researched the locations of Marines stationed in China before and during World War II.
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