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Date of Birth November 03, 1906
Date of Death September 01, 1980
Place of Birth Skidmore, Kansas
Country Kansas
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Horoscope Scorpio

Fred D. Beans Biography

Fred D. Beans is a famous , who was born on November 03, 1906 in Skidmore, Kansas. According to Astrologers, Fred D. Beans's zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Fred Dale Beans (November 3, 1906 – September 13, 1980) was a highly decorated officer of the United States Marine Corps with the rank of brigadier general, who is most noted as commanding officer of the 3rd Marine Raider Battalion during the Bougainville Campaign. He was the father of James D. Beans, who also served in the Marines and rose to the rank of brigadier general as his father did.

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Fred D. Beans was born on November 3, 1906, in Skidmore, Kansas, but he moved with his family to Mineral Wells, Texas, and later to Dallas. He attended the Bryant Street High School there and graduated in 1921. Beans worked as electrician for some time, before he enlisted in the United States Navy as a seaman apprentice in January 1924. Following two years of enlisted service, he was recommended by his superiors to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, where he began his studies in June 1926.

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During his studies at the Naval Academy, Beans played for Navy Midshipmen football and also for the Navy Midshipmen men's lacrosse team. He finally graduated on June 5, 1930, and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps on the same date. As any other newly commissioned officer, he was sent for further officer training to the Basic School at Philadelphia Navy Yard. Beans graduated from the school during the following summer and was subsequently sent within expeditionary forces to Nicaragua to fight rebel forces. He distinguished himself during his service there and received Nicaraguan Cross of Valor with Diploma.

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Upon his return to the United States, he was promoted to the rank of first lieutenant on May 29, 1934, and assigned to the Marine detachment aboard the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa. Beans was ordered for instruction to Army Infantry School at Fort Benning and graduated in June 1937. He was promoted to the rank of captain on June 30, 1937, and assigned to the 6th Marine Regiment for expeditionary duties in China. Beans was stationed in Shanghai and participated in the defense of the International Settlement during the Second Sino-Japanese War.

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At the time of the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, Beans served briefly with 2nd Defense Battalion on Hawaii, before he was transferred to the 8th Marine Regiment and sailed to South Pacific. He was promoted to the rank of major on April 29, 1942, and subsequently to the temporary rank of lieutenant colonel on August 7, 1942. Beans also received the Bronze Star Medal for his service during the early Pacific service.

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