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Devildog2dbone
04-29-08, 12:39 PM
LOST BUDDIES MESSAGE CENTER
This is the place in cyberspace to find your long lost buddies and catch up with events in your lives since you left the Marine Corps. Your FREE 100-word message here will be seen by millions of viewers worldwide. Send us your messages and letters TODAY! Comments and success stories accepted. Email: angelmoreno@lostbuddies.us Website: http://lostbuddies.us/home

harpenlee
05-05-08, 12:05 AM
Looking for a David Pollock from 2/1 wire plt, from 1979-1982, if any one know of him please let me know.

Devildog2dbone
05-05-08, 09:19 AM
Hello Marine,

Re: Looking for a David Pollock from 2/1 wire plt, from 1979-1982, if any one know of him please let me know.

Thanks for your note. I will be more than glad to place your message in the Lost Buddies Message Center. Click this URL to visit the website: http://lostbuddies.us/home

Please include your full name and email address in message so viewers can respond to your message. Check out sample messages in the messages section.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Angel Moreno

tiallis
03-13-10, 11:38 AM
looking for members of the base champion basketball team keflavik iceland 73-74

Devildog2dbone
03-13-10, 04:06 PM
Thanks for your note. I will be more than glad to place your message in the Lost Buddies Message Center. Go to the following URL to visit the website: http://lostbuddies.us/home

Please include your full name and email address in message so viewers can respond to your message. Check out sample messages in the messages section.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Angel Moreno,
Staff Sergeant, USMC (Retired) :marine:

Rocky C
03-13-10, 04:15 PM
What's the story Marine???
I clicked the link and my Security blocked the site???

Phantom Blooper
03-13-10, 05:38 PM
my Security blocked the site???

Must be the 105's in the rear and the grunts on the perimeter of property Rocky!:evilgrin:

Rocky C
03-13-10, 05:42 PM
Must be the 105's in the rear and the grunts on the perimeter of property Rocky!:evilgrin:

Chuck, I just coughed up my mouthful of Cheez-It Crackers!!!
Where's the Dustbuster???:D

Riven37
03-15-10, 05:22 PM
After looking for nearly 40 years, I've given up on looking.

Devildog2dbone
03-16-10, 10:08 AM
I started my search for my lost buddies in 2000 by placing my messages in various Marine and other military websites. In 2003, I located one old friend through one of these ads. By 2007, my friend and I found twenty-five more old Marines_enough so that we could hold our first reunion in more than forty years. Proof? Check out our reunion website at http://www.rotamarines.com/. Moral of this story? From the dying words of James Lawrence to the crew of his USS Chesapeake, "Don't give up the ship". In a nutshell: Marines never quit. They keep going until they accomplish their mission. Angel Moreno, Staff Sergeant, USMC (Retired).