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CPL Raymond Clark Snapp
Wed Aug 9, 2017 13:55

CPL Raymond Clark Snapp, U.S. Marine Corps, F Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, was killed on 20 November 1943 on Tarawa. In 2011/2012, Chief Rick Stone, using the RISC System, listed CPL Snapp as a “Most Likely Match” to nine unknowns buried in the Punchbowl. The Foundation later refined these investigations using information and technologies not available at JPAC to list CPL Snapp as a “Most Likely Match” to only four unknowns. DPAA finally acted on Chief Stone’s original recommendations and began exhumation of the “Unknowns” from the Punchbowl in October 2016. CPL Snapp was recovered from the Punchbowl and his identification was officially announced on 14 July 2017.

    • CPL Raymond Clark SnappFoundation, Tue Nov 14 20:58
      CPL Raymond Clark Snapp was submitted as a "Possible Match" to Punchbowl Cemetery Unknown X-275 in an official Investigative Report submitted by Chief Rick Stone while a member of the Department of... more
    • CPL SNAPPKim Righetti, Wed Aug 9 23:28
      What a relief for his family. I have seen many "Unknowns" at the Punchbowl. Are there plans to exhume all of them?
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