|In late July 1984, the last Marines from the 24th MAU, the U||statement from November 22, 1983|
|, Bachir's brother, succeeded Bachir as the elected president of Lebanon, and Amine continued to represent and advance Maronite interests||A plaque in the ground in front of the tree, dedicated in a ceremony on the first anniversary of the attack, reads: "Let peace take root: This cedar of Lebanon tree grows in living memory of the Americans killed in the Beirut terrorist attack and all victims of terrorism around the world|
At about noon Sunday, October 23, the last survivor was pulled from the rubble; he was LTJG Danny G.
|Wright, Sacred Rage, 2001 , p||"This was the first time 16-inch shells were fired for effect anywhere in the world since the New Jersey ended her time on the gunline in Vietnam in 1969|
|government announced that the New Jersey would remain stationed off Beirut although her crew would be rotated||A few survivors, including Lt|
Nir Rosen October 29, 2009.
|30 October 1982 — The 32d MAU was relieved by the 24th MAU||Admoni denied having any prior knowledge of the attack|
|Israel's offers to medevac the wounded to hospitals in Israel were rejected as politically unacceptable even though Israeli hospitals were known to provide excellent care and were considerably closer than hospitals in Germany||Hampson, Rick, "", , October 16, 2008, p|
" Vice President Bush also visited with wounded U.3