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    Remembering my husband who died in 1998 of complications due to exposure of Agent Orange. He was a Marine in Vietnam in the mid-1960s. I still have a lot of photos that he brought back from Vietnam. I will always miss him. Thank you for this site.

    Dee Neese

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    Sorry for your loss Honey. I hope you are doing well. Many of us here have AO as well. Who was he with by the way.

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    She probibly only posts once a year -

    She probibly only posts and doesn't think
    any of us read it or give it a thought.

    Here's to him-
    here's to her

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    I found this in the package of military records from the government, a letter Gene had written about his time in the Marines.

    "I landed in South Viet Nam around the 4th of July 1965 with headquarters Batter, 2Bn. 12th Marines. I was transferred to Foxtrot Battery 2Bn 12th Marines around Sept. 1 1965. I was placed on a Forward Observer Team and was attached to india Co. 3-9 at DaNang Airfield around the latter part of the month I was attached to Alpha Co 1-9 until the 1st of Oct. when I was transferred back to India Co 3-9. I was with India Co 3-9 until Christmas of 1965, when I went to R&R to Okinawa. Back to Viet nam i was attached to Mike Company 3-3 and was there until my rotation back to the states in March of 1966. Eugene Lee Neese, Jr.

    Yes it's true, I don't post that often, but I'm thankful that the site exists for all those who use the site often.

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    Sweetie, don't worry about Ed........he has a good heart, but a foggy brain.

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    She posted earlier-
    Russ asked her a question-
    I clicked this so "Advanced" could see who she had posted about earlier.

    you $illy$hit- you didn't even know there was a
    MarineCorps OR a place called Vietnam in 1965-

    you were busy playing with that "TexasPocketToy"

    What DeeDee doesn't realize -
    all that movement
    in and around Danang at the time.
    Marine Corps wise was spread all
    over the I- corps area,
    in little patches.

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    I did know Ed.....I had a brother serving in Nam at that time, with the 11th Armored Calvary. I wasn't playing with a pocket toy....I was working in the oil fields. My mother was no where to be found and my step father had died. I roughnecked on drilling rigs to support myself and my little sister, until she finished high school and got married. I guess you could say...I was playing grown-up.

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    I guess those are another couple reasons
    WHY we love you - "BillyMongoose"

    You're so much more than just another

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    Much more Ed.

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    You two are a hoot.....

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    Billy, when are you going to stop photo shopping your head on my great body? I'm just glad I'm wearing shorts in that picture or everyone would be doing it.

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    Much more Ed.

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    Here's why Russ.....I took your head off so people would actually look at your great body, without laughing.I'll put it back if you really want me too.

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    Now that wasn't nice, you know damn well that I've had 2 of those tooth's fixed or removed since then. But like everybody always says, with a nose like mine to sees the tooth's anyway.

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    Jack, just go away. I'm being nice.

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    I might of the nicest *******s I know.

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