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  1. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by zippyburns
    I am currently in the delayed entry program i ship out on june 30th 2008 and i am on a g1 contract which is a five year infantry contract
    Good luck. Earn that EGA.


  2. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by zippyburns
    I am currently in the delayed entry program i ship out on june 30th 2008 and i am on a g1 contract which is a five year infantry contract
    Hey pup, you are not authorized to post here. March yourself over to the Recruit Forums. Not a good way to start off your leatherneck experience. Also, fill out your profile before a salty SSgt comes and hazes you.


  3. #78
    0846 forward Observer

    0811 Field Artillery Cannoneer

    0812 Field Artillery Nuclear Projectileman

    Artillery is a hard working MOS.I was section chief on the 8" Howitzer
    (SP) in the I Corps in Vietnam.Hump 204# rounds and dodge incoming,shoot fire missions,
    and PM the howitzer during the day.Shoot fire missions off and on every night,rotate phone watch and outpost every night and I almost
    forgot,sleep when you could and repeat it again tomorrow.13 months tour of duty in Vietnam,C rations,
    no phone calls home and Al Gore hadn't invented the internet yet, but
    I wouldn't trade anything for my service in the Marine Corps.
    Semper Fi,
    Sergeant Thrasher
    1965-1969
    I Corps RVN 68/69






  4. #79
    YATYAS...
    1833
    The original Tractor rats....
    Chu Lia 1965.
    S/F Brothers.
    Tim


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    Have'nt seen this one yet

    6621 Aviation Radio Repair (On the Ground)


  7. #82
    0311 Infantry


  8. #83

    Mos

    0331- Gunner


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    7041 - Aviation Operations Technician


  10. #85
    The only one- 0311 everyone else is just support elements, especially my bud who was a baby grunt (recon).


  11. #86
    My MOS was 4011, Data Processing, those Govt. workers made mega bucks. I was in payroll, so I had an idea of what they made. I worked in the Commanding Generals Building, right down the hall from disbursing. I printed up their checks (civilians), if I had messed up the checks I would never had heard the end of it. I would look over at all the recruits drilling out there, thanking God I was not a recruit. They lived in Quonset Huts, unreal. LadyM59. Sheila Hays


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    Quote Originally Posted by NickUSMC
    0311 Infantry
    Sighs and shakes head. Will they ever learn?


  13. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by Bulkyker
    Sighs and shakes head. Will they ever learn?
    I've learned. I apologyze for that.


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    Nick your quote says it all and this portion of Leatherneck is reserved for Marines. Comprende?


  15. #90
    6494 - Combat Data Systems Tech

    There were probably only 100 of us back in the 90's


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