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Military Folks #54629 08/03/05 08:24 PM
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Dnkldorf Offline OP
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Anyone in/was in any branches?

If so which one, how long?


Dnk
USAF
84-89
disabled

(you can guess why military folks get a break from me)

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Re: Military Folks #54630 08/03/05 08:43 PM
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e57 Offline
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LCPL (E-3)Heller, Mark A (AKA e57)
USMC MOS 1142 (Electrical Equipment Repair Specialist)
12-26-90 to 12-25-94 Honorable
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Paris Island (Boot)
Court House Bay (Engineer School)
Okinawa (1st duty)
Pendleton (2nd duty)
El Toro (Detatchment)
Somalia (Forward ~ Relieving 9 months)
(by way of Egypt, and Kenya before Somalia was invented to justify 20,000+ of us being there in October, originally headed to Iraq. Was on the MEP ship that dropped the Seals, and Marine forward landing, as well as the reporters who covered the action. [Linked Image] )
Back to Pendleton MCAS
Back to CIV DIV.

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Mark Heller
"Well - I oughta....." -Jackie Gleason
Re: Military Folks #54631 08/03/05 09:40 PM
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GOD BLESS ALL OF OUR VETERANS!

Asa for me:

US Navy Seabees
(Construction Electrician)
R-NMCB 21, Lakehurst, NJ

Jan 1990 - Jan 1998

Recalled to active duty and served proudly at Fleet Hospital 15 in Saudi Arabia as part of Operation Desert Storm.

Re: Military Folks #54632 08/04/05 12:14 AM
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gfretwell Offline
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USCG Fire Control tech but I spent most of my time in the Navy. 1965-1971

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Greg Fretwell
Re: Military Folks #54633 08/04/05 02:11 AM
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skingusmc Offline
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MGySgt (E-9)
USMC MOS 6019 (Aircraft Maintenance Chief)
21 Sep 1971 - 1 Oct 1998


Thanks
Steve
Re: Military Folks #54634 08/04/05 03:04 AM
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dugmaze Offline
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US Navy
Electrician's Mate
U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71
1988-1992
Desert Shield
Desert Storm
Operation Provide Comfort

God bless our troops

Re: Military Folks #54635 08/04/05 07:27 AM
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jbfan Offline
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SSG Eddie K White (R)
U S Army 11B-11M-54B
8-79/8-00
48th Inf Bde
GAARNG

God Bless Our Troops!


"Yes I am a Pirate, 200 years to late" Jimmy Buffett
Re: Military Folks #54636 08/04/05 10:41 AM
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IanR Offline
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Was an Army Brat, but couldn't/can't serve due to physical problems (Wish I could).
God bless all of our troops! I am forever proud of them.

Re: Military Folks #54637 08/04/05 11:13 AM
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rad74ss Offline
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US Navy
SSN 750 Newport News
Navigation Electronics Technician 3C
Norfolk, VA
Ain't no slack in Fast Attack.

Robert

Grandpa was in Korea, Dad and Uncle were in Veitnam, Brother in Law is MP and has two tours at Gitmo, and my half brother was on I think Marches Soldier of Fortune cover when he was in Fallujah. The cover says Marines in Fallujah but it actually shows Army guys my half brother included.


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Re: Military Folks #54638 08/04/05 11:14 AM
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Alan Belson Offline
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30 years making doing 'engineer's stuff' for British Armed forces and US Marine Corps, as a civilian.
Dugmaze, I was in S.A. 1991-2 up near the border, having some 'fun and frolics' with my 'product advisor' hat on. The US military 'borrowed' our barracks, so we had to make do with the 5 star Dharan International Hotel. Such a bore! Waiter! Peel me a grape!!

Alan


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