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Thread: Welcome Aboard
08-05-08, 04:53 PM #46
Hi everyone, I just stumbled across this site today. I got out of the Corps back in 2003 and have missed it ever since.
08-06-08, 04:58 PM #47
Ms. Ellie, I know I've already posted on your site, but would you allow a rude old WM to come aboard! I need some sweet fellowship.
08-10-08, 09:40 PM #48
Joined last night. Great site! Boot Camp at MCRD Parris Island from 3/85-6/85, Plt 2043. NAS Millington for A Schhol for 6542, Aviation Ordnance Equip Repair Tech from 6/85-9/85. Then TME at Camp Pendleton for advance school until 11/85. Checked into MAG 29, H&MS 29 Ordnance in 12/85. Med pump in 3/88-8/88 on the mighty Iwo. CAX in summer of 89. Then the Persian Gulf in 90/91.
08-11-08, 06:20 AM #49
Welcome Aboard everyone!
08-15-08, 12:45 AM #50
I was on Active Duty 2000-2004
First duty station was at 8th and I Washington, DC
Then I went off to the "real Marine Corps" with 2/8. Did two combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Just trying to make it here in the real world.
08-15-08, 07:27 AM #51
Welcome Aboard Sgt Jimenez! You've certainly seen many sides of Our Beloved Corps.
08-24-08, 08:11 PM #52
Lance Cpl Cooper, Cpl Cooper come Sept, new to the site but lovin' it.
08-24-08, 08:18 PM #53
WELCOME ABOARD COOP......
09-11-08, 10:49 PM #54
After hours checkin here, where's the OOD?
09-12-08, 04:18 AM #55
09-22-08, 04:36 PM #56
I apologize for mingling a bit in the beer garden before checking in here first with the NCOIC but I guess some things will never change will they.
Request permission to turn to?
09-22-08, 06:21 PM #57
Brothers....it feels as if I've been in this platoon for quite some time!
09-22-08, 06:23 PM #58
Brothers.... it feels as if I've been in this platoon before.
Permission to enter the duty hut.....
09-22-08, 07:01 PM #59
I thank all of you for allowing me to feel at home again. I have been out for a long time now and it hasn't been the same since. It's hard for me to talk the talk around here especially without being able to walk the walk anymore.
The last couple of days have been just the shot in the arm I needed. (and none of us are any strangers to those that's for sure). The better half is asking what's the deal. She is very caring and supportive and I can go into as much detail as she wants me to but... it would be the same as if I were speaking Cherokee. Just gets lost in the translation.
10-04-08, 10:44 PM #60
Hey , swabbie, send his punk a__ over, we'll take care of him the Marine Corps way.
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