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07-26-09, 12:36 PM #16
VMFA 334 or VMFA 232 ?
I was in VMFA 232 and I worked in the hydraulic shop
08-25-09, 07:41 PM #17
I was also in Chu Lai in 1969 in the Com/Nav shop. I got into the country around Feb. of 1969, and was there until we were transferred to Japan. I also have a copy of the Falcon cruise book. Are you the Sgt. Walter J. Pemberton that I remember. I have had my book all this time, and for the 1st time, I sat down and read through it. And I took the time to look at all the pics and see who I remembered. Actually quite a few.
Have you had any contacts with any one else from that time in Nam ?
Hope to hear from you.
08-26-09, 06:28 PM #18
I looked you up in the book and You are siting next to me on the sand bags.
There are several others who have posted on this page.
I wish I had started looking sooner because a reunion was held last year.
I was transfer out to VMFA-315 when 334 went to Japan.
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org By the way the "J." was really an "L."
09-01-10, 03:13 PM #19
I was in VMFA 334 both at El Toro and in country with the ordnance shop.
10-25-10, 06:25 PM #20
I looked you up in the cruse book and I remember you. I worked in Com/Nav but helped with the bombs sometimes. You know anything about Jerry Wasick, Bob Caldwell or Ray Turner? I hung around with them some what.
So long for now.
03-30-11, 08:35 AM #21
03-30-11, 08:37 AM #22
my dad was assigned to VMFA-334 Hydraulics in 68-69 Sgt. John W. Vickers he was from Center Texas, did you know him by chance?
03-30-11, 03:30 PM #23
Anyone who knew a Sgt. John Vickers with VMFA-334 Hydraulics from 68-69 please contact me Svickers1@vzw.blackberry.net so far i've learned he shot himself in the leg doing a quick draw with TAL4766's pistol
04-02-11, 01:15 AM #24
I was with 232 in Danang in 1972 when we went in during the Easter Offensive and we later moved to Thailand to the Rose Garden.
10-24-11, 01:05 PM #25
07-04-12, 01:36 PM #26
Cpl. John Vickers
I ran across a message on the Leatherneck link about Cpl. John
Vickers. I did not know your dad, but when I looked up his picture in
"The Falcon" cruise book I recognize him. From the book, it looks like
he was in hydraulics...correct ? I'm not sure if you have seen the book
I am talking about, with his picture in. If you do not have it, I
would gladly scan his picture and e-mail it to you. It is a picture of
him by himself with a big smile on his face ! Just having a great time
Just get back with me if you would like a copy of the picture.
07-05-12, 08:38 PM #27
Anyone around Chu Lai with 232 when #15 had its mishap? What's the skinny here:
07-09-12, 10:29 PM #28
Looking for any Marines that served in H&MS 24 Bandit Squadron or Ordnance Kaneohe Bay Hawaii 1979 thru 1982.
07-15-12, 08:25 AM #29
I was in ground support,VMFA-334 when we went to "the nam" in 1968 and was transfered to MAG-11. The falcons are fantastic!!! jrh,John Humphrey ,email@example.com
07-15-12, 08:41 PM #30
Was in Radar Shop with VMFA 115 in Da Nang 1970 then was transferred to VMFA 232 in Iwakuni Japan in 1971
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