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About lloyd holland
First Name:
Lloyd s.
Last Name:
Holland jr.
Rank:
E-5
Do you own a business?:
No
Where did you attend bootcamp?:
MCRD Parris Island
What date did you graduate bootcamp?:
September 20 1977
What was your bootcamp platoon number?:
PLT 2072 F CO.
Duty Stations:
Camp Lejune N.C. 8th Motor-T 2ndFSSG
Quantanamo Bay, Cuba, Marine Barracks
M.C.A.S. Cherry Point, N.C. MAG-14 VMA(AW)-533
Iwakuni, Okinawa, Japan
Inchon,Pusan,Osan, Yenchon Korea.
Subic Bay Philippines. Patrick AFB, Fla.
M.C.A.S. Yuma Arizona. Cecil Field Fla. NAS Jacksonville Fla.
Year Entered Marine corps:
1977
Year Exited Marine Corps:
1983
Favorite Duty Station:
SUBIC BAY PHILIPPINES
Current City:
Roanoke
Current State:
Virginia
Hometown:
Roanoke
Home State:
Virginia
High School:
Patrick Henry
Gender:
Male
Zodiac Sign:
Cancer
Occupation:
unemployed
Colleges Attended:
Va. Western comm. coll.
Cardinal Police Academy
Interests:
Church, chess, reading,
Favorite Quote:
SEMPER FI.
Favorite Color:
Blue
Favorite Movie:
Sands of Iwo Jima, Full Metal Jacket, The Boys In Co. C., Lion King.
Favorite Book:
BIBLE, The Third World War, Hunt for Red October, Jaws.

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Following Orders

by lloyd holland on 10-29-10 at 02:09 PM
Several Congressmen got together one day and decided too award a large grant to one of the armed forces of the U.S. So they called the Joint Chiefs of Staff together and told them they wanted to see what branch of service could follow orders to the T, no matter what. So a test was arranged, they wanted one member of each branch chosen, the best of the best. The next day members from the Air Force, Navy, Army and Marines were all standing tall, no one knew what was about too happen but knew it was

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Updated 10-29-10 at 02:15 PM by lloyd holland

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Grandma's Nuts

by lloyd holland on 10-14-10 at 01:35 PM
After a hard day of football practice, the grandson stops by his grandma's house to see how she's doing and make sure everything is all right. Granny was sitting in the living room watching her favorite tv show, when grandson sits down and shares some telly time with her, when he notices a can of nuts on the table and he ask granny if he could have a few, sure go right ahead boy, help yourself, After about 15 or 20 minutes of tv and munching on those nuts, they were all gone, he tells granny, am

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My Old Squadron At Last

by lloyd holland on 10-11-10 at 03:55 PM
It took a long time, but i finally found my long lost squadron from back in the day. VMA(AW)533 attack squadron has moved from MAG-14 Cherry Point NC. to MAG-31 Beaufort SC. and adopted their new name, VMFA(AW)533. From the A6E Intruder, the old sky pig as we use to call it, to the F18 Hornet. When i stumbled across the website of my old squadron i was happier than a virgin on senior prom night. I was in VMA 533 from 1979-1983 and was proud as hell to have been a part of that squadron. Comming from

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Baptism Under Fire

by lloyd holland on 10-07-10 at 01:43 PM
To all who have served in conflicts and wars for this nation, I SALUTE YOU FOR, THOSE WHO HAVE FALLEN I BOW MY HEAD, AND THOSE WHO TRIED AND DID NOT MAKE IT, YOU GAVE IT YOUR BEST. When Marines are called to battle, they don't ask why, they just go, kick a-- and take names. Every inch of soil, every drop of water that has the Stars and Stripes flying over it, it's guarded by U.S. Military personnel and some countries do not appreciate our presence (a--holes). After Vietnam, one or two years later,

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Updated 10-09-10 at 02:32 PM by lloyd holland

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Shark Bait

by lloyd holland on 09-25-10 at 10:23 AM
During my tour at Guantanamo Bay Cuba, i haven't even been in the FMF a year yet, but being on the fenceline at GTMO you grow up fast. The fenceline could become a combat zone at the drop of a dime. You could be driving down the fenceline at night and see AK-47 fire hitting the fence, or standing guard in an OP and watch defectors climbing the fence while Cuban soilders chase them. Anyone who has ever been on the fenceline know it's tales. Driving my 5 ton down the line one day with a few grunts

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Updated 09-28-10 at 11:36 AM by lloyd holland

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