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07-23-07, 06:57 PM #16
ooh-ra girl, take care of your Marine.
07-23-07, 07:01 PM #17
I'm doing it the best I can. It's more than I've ever even tried to do in my entire 29 years. I never could have dreamed of something like this happening, but God has been good to us and gotten us through so much. My husband's a marine.... he was willing to give his life to protect our country... I promise you I'll do all I can to save his too.
07-23-07, 07:13 PM #18
Laura and Glen333
None of those Drill Instructors sounds familiar with me. Different companies I suspect? As far as loving bootcamp. I needed the snot kicked out of me and my wise aZZ ways too. First pugle stick fight whack across the head he didn't knock me out but he did daze me. Then we were rematched and I jst well, got the last shot in. Damn straight.
Laura, please keep us up to date alot of Marines are looking for Marines too.
Semper Fi and keep up the good work Laura...!!!
07-23-07, 07:14 PM #19
Couldn't ever ask for more. I"ve had a Fantastic wife for 36 years. Stay with your prayers, and we will too.
07-23-07, 07:55 PM #20
His Series Gunny Sgt was Gunny Sgt Richardson, and his series commander was Lt Dieterly. My husband was one of 'em that was excellent with the pugle stick. (But I'm sure he got smacked quite a few times too) I found a page that had a lot of people looking for marines.... it was called Semper Fi Lost Buddies... If there's anyone who has never heard of that one - I'd be happy to share the address. It's now time for this one to go Night-Night - but thanks for all the help - Hope to talk to you all again.
07-23-07, 08:24 PM #21
You and Your Marine are in our prayers
07-23-07, 10:09 PM #22Originally Posted by Glen333
07-24-07, 09:13 AM #23
********************* is a good research source.
07-24-07, 09:18 AM #24
My Name Is Parris Island ...Originally Posted by jetdoc
for both of us. My sad days are the ones for those that can't come back to see me, those that were killed in WW 1, WW 11, Korea, Vietnam, Beirut and all the little actions around the world. Hey, I've got to go. Have a bus load coming in tonight and one leaving in the morning...SEMPER FI !!!
Y'all come back and see me now, ya hear???
07-24-07, 12:36 PM #25
I just found this website a month or so back. Now I read it daily and I feel like I know everyone of you even though I don't know any of you. God, it's good to be among friends again!
07-24-07, 12:49 PM #26
Good to see you wader. That's always been the thing about Marines...when you find one, you're with family.
07-24-07, 02:13 PM #27
Wade, I hear you brother. This is where I found a bootcamp series buddy from Parris Island, 1978, (Hey Top)...you might be suprised who is here.
Originally Posted by wader
07-30-07, 06:42 PM #28
List of names
I don't know if this will help any, but I got a small list of names from my husband. He doesn't remember their first names though And some of the names may not be spelled right, but here they are:
Small, McComas, Mathis, Davis, Muscovis, McPhearson, Dunlap, O'Brien, Lenard, Toleson, Thomleson, Hall, Vie, kinard, Skinner, Gilliam, and the only one He knows the first name of - Ray Tranthom.
Gilliam was from Indiana, Tranthom from Arkansas, and he thinks Hall was from Arkansas.
If anybody knows someone with this name that was in boot camp April 1973 - July 1973, then we might find a match
Thanks to everyone just for looking and trying to help, even if you don't know them, it's the thought that counts - so THANK YOU!!!!!
07-30-07, 10:36 PM #29
Thomleson, I served with a fine marine by that name,,,,,, I remember he was from south Philly... Don,t remember much ,,,,,, your dates were a little bit after my time,,,, But Tolmenson I will never forget, We did time in 2/4 on Okanawa. I got out, He coulda stayed in,
08-28-07, 10:33 PM #30
Platoon 344 74Originally Posted by jarheadwaldo
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