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01-14-10, 12:52 PM #1006
01-14-10, 10:35 PM #1007
MCRDSD !972, Grunt First and always, then Anti-tank, FR,
SWEMPER FI !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Co. C platoon 1035, Squad Ldr, not by choice, Super Squad, Loved the 35 mi force march to NTA Camp Pendleton
01-14-10, 10:45 PM #1008
yea its cinda easy these days hope newbys can cover each other. I know we could
01-22-10, 02:58 AM #1009
01-28-10, 01:05 PM #1010
Sept -Dec 1982
SDI SSgt Hayes
DI's Sgt Gibbs
01-29-10, 10:03 AM #1011
I did my boot at PI Mar-Jun 67. 2nd Bn
02-02-10, 12:04 PM #1012
MCRD PISC May-Aug 1990
Platoon 3069/India Company/3rd Battalion
SDI SSgt Richard (6'4" 210 lbs of scary human with a voice they could hear over in Port Royal)
DIs Sgt Foshee, Sgt Wagner, Sgt Stoll
They beat us and dug us so hard we were called "the investigation platoon". Thank God for those hard-ass Marines who got us ready.
02-02-10, 12:26 PM #1013
02-02-10, 12:50 PM #1014
Camp Johnson FMSS OOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRAAAHHHHHHHHH
02-02-10, 01:20 PM #1015
All in fun, of course!
That being said, I'm sure "scottallenschro" will get right on squaring away his profile the next time he logs in.
02-07-10, 10:37 PM #1016
MCRD SAN DIEGO
MARCH 2, 2005 - JULY 29, 2005
02-08-10, 11:20 AM #1017
Cpl, the next time you choose to correct a senior NCO, how about you spell his rank properly. Its Sergeant* with an *A*
HAHAHAHA Totally Kidding, I was trying to keep a straight face. Oh well now i see why my buddies said I could never be a Drill Instructor cause im a softie. haha.
But seriously its great to be here and getting to know all of my fellow Marines, both present and past. I have great respect and admiration for all of you
Semper Fi Brother
02-08-10, 11:25 AM #1018
02-10-10, 12:18 PM #1019
Father and Sons Parris Island, South Carolina
I thought that this particular thread was answered some time ago, but I guess not...I have read each and everyone of the replys and did not find ours.
Before I post though, there is one thing, or several things that enter my mind about some of the posts.
First and foremost, we are all Marines who spent the time in boot camp and it doesn't matter which. It's good though to have braggin' rights on the one of your choice.
There are Marines who try after all the years to get in touch or make contact with some of their boot camp Brothers, and/or those they served with. I can't say what their reasons are for locating others, but it would be most helpful to those Brothers if everyone would complete their profile. I really can't understand why one would not take the time to complete their profile.
With that said:
Grandle Starling, Cpl
Plt. 207 "K" Co.
Graduated April 24, 1959
January 11, 1991
Our oldest son above...
And our youngest son, who lost his life on December 09, 1999 in a helo crash off the coast of San Diego near Point Loma during a training exercise...
Jeffrey Starling, SSgt
Graduated September 28, 1990
02-10-10, 12:21 PM #1020
I remember that helo crash from 1999, after my enlistment ended. My sympathies for your loss.
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