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Thread: Looking For Marines
05-20-07, 09:48 PM #856
3533, I'll haul it anywhere it needs to go.
05-23-07, 11:12 AM #857
Anyone need a ride on an Amtrak? I'm your man!
05-24-07, 12:44 PM #858
get Some Kilo 3/5
05-24-07, 01:22 PM #859
Count me in as well!!
05-25-07, 07:01 PM #860
1961-1966- Recon - its time for the old corps to be heard.
05-26-07, 08:54 AM #861
I Am A 62 Year Old Mean, Proud, Tough Sob Marine Who Is Sick And Tired Of This Nation Being Dragged Down By A Bunch Of Sissy Potato Spined Ruffeled Panties Liberals. I Am Ready To Bring Honor Back To America. Move Out Marines.
05-26-07, 12:41 PM #862
Lead, Follow, Or get out of the way!!!!!!!!!
05-26-07, 01:09 PM #863
Not "Just a W.M."
I'm Present and Proud of My Marine Corps Active Duty Service!
Parris Island; Platoon 4009, MALS 39, MALS 16 - 8.5 Years Served with Honor
Look forward to hearing from others!
Motivate Me Marines!
05-27-07, 06:34 PM #864
05-28-07, 04:26 PM #865
infantry !! ready and awaiting your call!
05-28-07, 04:29 PM #866
love thy grunt
this grunt is ready for battle!!!!!! . semper fi to my brothers and sisters at arms.
05-28-07, 07:51 PM #867
DIPLOMACY IS FOR GIRL SCOUTS,WHO WONT FIGHT FOR THE PRINCIPLE OF FREEDOM. I GOT YOUR BACK,OH-RAH. MY APOLOGIES TO THE GIRLS SCOUTS
05-30-07, 06:06 PM #868
I,m Looking for anyone who Knows Kevin J. Beck
05-31-07, 07:41 PM #869
The three DIs that changed my life were all WWII veterans. Senior DI: GySgt Rumsfeld, Junior DI: SSgt Flynn, SSgt Johnson. Was one of the first groups to get the new brick Barracks; the old Q huts were still there and usable. The lessons learned from these GREAT MARINES saved my life more than once during VIETNAM (68-69).
06-13-07, 07:55 PM #870
My 3 DI's at Parris Island (Platoon 193, 1972) were SSGT Ralph Kincaid, Asst DI Sgt Watson, & Asst DI Sgt Hunt.
Kincaid was a burly SOB, mean, but fair. Watson was a wirey little bastard. Hunt was a poster Marine......6 ft, black, and more funny than mean, even when he tried to be mean.
I learned something from each of them. Lessons I still remember & use, today.
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