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    0331 Machinegunner
    5811 MP
    3051 Supply
    0531 CAG

    And soon to be 0369

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    Marine Free Member montana's Avatar
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    Nov 2002
    0311..specialized in M14, 45,frags and detecting boobytraps... only messed up once...had a good ending though...was wakeup call

  3. #33
    Combat Engineer/chaser/c.o.driver

  4. #34
    2531 f.o. radio op.

  5. #35
    6113/6173 CH-53 Mech/Crew Chief - Swing With The Wing

  6. #36
    0311/9940 primary grunt, secondary interpretor. 10 months Vietnamese language at DLI language school. Washington DC. 1967-1968. Nam 1968-1969. Knowing Vietnamese never kept me out of pulling ambushes and listening posts.... only difference was I knew what they were saying coming at us.

  7. #37
    6287 F/A-18 Safety Equipment Mechanic. I repaired and maintained the ejection seats and enviromental control systems on the aircraft.

    Went to school at Nas Pensacola FL and Nas Lemoore CA

    enjoyed every minute in the corps

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by testforecho2112
    Naw...I had to do it, I was working for HQ, Sgt Maj Harold Overstreet was the SgtMajUSMC, and I was assigned to him pending my medical review...it was a VIP billet and required 5800 status...

    I'm still, and always will be, a grunt at heart.
    That sounds like that might have been a good gig. But why would they assign a broke dick 03 or 5800 to the SgtMaj of the Marine Corps....... BWHAHAHA Just kidding Brother.

  9. #39
    0231...intelligence Analyst

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by sgtgrunt0311
    That sounds like that might have been a good gig. But why would they assign a broke dick 03 or 5800 to the SgtMaj of the Marine Corps....... BWHAHAHA Just kidding Brother.

    I crushed two discs in my back while in Bosnia in a HMMWV. The AF was in charge of the PEB's back then and they flagged my a$$ for immediate medical seperation due to the extent of the injury...didnt matter that within months I was back to a 300 PFT. I wrote letters to theCMC, SgtMajUSMC, Prez, VP, every Senator, Governor, Congressman, Sec Def, and anyone else I thought mightl listen.. I guess they got tired of getting my letters, so while I was waiting for the appeals process the Sgt Maj Overstreet 'asked' my CO if I could come work for him to 'keep me out of trouble'. I didnt really have a choice. But, then again, I would have gladly gone back to the field with my brothers...you play the hand dealt ya, right? I spent two years with him, really, the best two years of my life. I learned alot about being a Marine from him. I was an O3 then, and before I could go to work for him I had to go through the VIP protection course first...Try being a Lcpl in a classfull of SrNCO's! I felt like a puppy in the middle of a pack of wolves!

    Discharged medically at 60%, still pi$$ed about it.

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    0341 - Lazy Mortarmen
    0913 - Marine Combat Instructor (Infantry Training Battalion)
    And hopefully in May, 0311.

  13. #43
    1375 Demolition Spec.

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    Marine Free Member AAV Crewchief's Avatar
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    God's Country, Northwest Florida
    1833 - Amphibious Assault Vehicle Crew (Active Duty)
    0321 - Recon Scout (Reserves)

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    Marine Free Member Quinbo's Avatar
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    Ft. Bragg
    My first 3 years I never went to the field without a radio on my back. I guess you could call that OJT field radio operator, what ever MOS that is.

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