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04-16-10, 10:41 PM
I graduated today! April 16th 2010

1st Battalion Delta company plt. 1026
SDI-Ssgt. Ramos
DI-Sgt. Lindgren
DI-Ssgt. Cruz
DI-Ssgt. Castillo
DI-Sgt. Arrivey

04-16-10, 10:47 PM

Congrats, Brother.

04-16-10, 11:18 PM
Welcome to the family, and congrats!

Rocky C
04-17-10, 05:46 AM
Congrats Marine!!!

Semper Fi,

04-17-10, 11:16 AM

Congratulations Marine welcome home. You have earned the right to view and post in all forums aboard Leatherneck.com with the exception of Poolee Hall. I am moving your thread to Open Squad Bay so that your new brothers and sisters can welcome you home. Enjoy your leave'

Semper Fi


04-17-10, 11:28 AM
:evilgrin: S/F That congtrats MARINE,now the real Funnn is gonna begin :iwo::thumbup:

04-17-10, 11:58 AM
:evilgrin: S/F That congtrats MARINE,now the real Funnn is gonna begin


Welcome Home Marine!

Sgt Jim
04-17-10, 12:37 PM
Congrats Marine.

04-17-10, 12:59 PM
Congratulations MARINE,welcome............
SEMPER FI:iwo:...............Ed

04-17-10, 01:19 PM
Grongrats Marine! Remember when you left and saying how nervous you were in chat room!! Glad to see you back Marine!
Semper Fi

Danny C Smith
04-17-10, 02:11 PM
Cangrats Marine and Semper Fi.


Lisa 23
04-17-10, 05:28 PM
Congrats on EARNING the title...United States Marine! :usmc:
Enjoy your leave home with family and friends.

Semper Fi! :flag:
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04-17-10, 10:10 PM
congrats Marine!! just a question, I see more and more fresh Marines listing 5 DI's. are the platoon sizes larger now? I heard they were. We started with 78 and graduated with 49.

04-17-10, 11:17 PM
Thank you all for the welcoming, I appreciate the replys. To answer the question about platoon sizes we started out with 68 (I think) and ended up with 62. We had a weird situation where our heavy had to leave for a few weeks so we got a new one, then the original heavy came back as a kill hat. I couldnt tell you about anything but 1st battalion but the platoons just picking up are supposed to be in the lower 40's from what our drill instructors were saying.