The U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific will commemorate the centennial anniversary of the "Chesty" Puller House at Pearl Harbor on Sunday. The historic house was one of four built in 1913 and designed by architect Jules H. de Sibour. It is the oldest Marine garrison in Hawaii and once housed the Marine Corps' Lt. Gen. Lewis "Chesty" Burwell Puller and his family from 1948-1950. Lt. Gen. Puller's military career in the Marine Corps spanned 37 years. During that time he was honored with the Navy Cross five times plus the Distinguished Service Cross. Pictured in the garden, by the side of the house, is Commander Navy Region Hawaii Historian Jim Neuman.