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His dog tags read: First Name Middle Name Last Name Service # MCR A P I must say that I am a little confused beacuse the tag does not read USMC or USMCR as indicated above.
I didn't cover mine with an adequate amount of paint so they not only etched my print but mussed up the stamping, I'll have to give it another shot later. I still wear rubber borders on my current tags, and had a complete plastic cover for the one's I had in the Corps.They were issued with a white cotton string but this was quickly dirtied, dyed, or replaced with a chunk of leather or a Boondocker lace. I've never seen rubber bordered tags from that era, but that doesn't mean a thing, they probably figured something out. My Grandfather died a couple of years ago and I found his dog tags today.His dog tags read: First Name Middle Name Last Name Service # MCR A P I must say that I am a little confused beacuse the tag does not read USMC or USMCR as indicated above. I always knew that my Grandfather served in the Marines and was always told that I needed "4 in the core." I do not know much else about his service though. Based on the description above, they appear to be of the "D" shape. The measurements match the descriptions above as well.I assume that the MCR indicates that he was a Marine Core Reservist, although I never realized that he was - I always thought that he was enlisted. I do believe that his service was in the mid 1940's. Does it have an impression of a fingerprint on the reverse? You can PM me with his information and I can attempt to do some research for you. There is no finger print etched on the reverse side.Stamped information : this is general format, "Dog Tag" format can differ from unit to unit, see picture bellow which shows very different forms of "Dog Tag" marking ( from 1941 to 1945 ) I had possibility to survey, "L. Your Type C's and D's were most common in WW2 and in the 20's-30's the Old Salts would have had their right (IIRC) thumbprint acid etched into the back of one of the tags.