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    I've been a Firefighter almost 12 years now, a Paramedic for almost 10 years and a Haz-Mat Technician for 2. Before that did a lot of construction, school and what ever I had to do to keep food on the Families table.


  2. #242
    Working in a Cosmetics company in NC, apart of process improvement/engineering team. Former law enforcement in Tx. (miss it)..Husband/Father of 2 future Marines..


  3. #243
    Well when I got in 81 I went to home in W. TN. and stayed there for about three months till I couldn't find a job so went west to OK. got a job as a feed truck driver worked there then headed north to Kansas where I've been ever since. Work in Radio ,feed yards and fab. PVC pipe fitting, and feeding cattle and running mills until played in a band for 20 years now I'm retired because of accident.
    Sucks too.





  4. #244
    Chiropractor in Raytown, Missouri. At my clinic early, stay late, never had it so good.
    Life gets better every day. I get to help veterans, children, old folks, everyone, everyday. Prayers to you all my Brothers and Sisters.

    Son moving here from Louisiana. What great joy!

    Semper Fi,

    Tom


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    Squad Leader Free Member Rooger's Avatar
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    Lead Test Tech Mitsubishi electric power products INC in Warrendale Pa.

    Build, test and repair major components for Diesel/electric trains all over the US, Canada and Mexico.

    We have two companies of Marines running rampant all over the northern half of this island, and three Army regiments pinned down in the southwestern corner, doing nothing. What the hell is going on? [Gen. John W. Vessey Jr., USA, Chairman of the the Joint Chiefs of Staff; during the assault on Grenada, 1983]

  6. #246
    I work at the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Office of Deputy District Director

    Semper fi, y'all


  7. #247
    I'm the service manager at a bicycle shop in Southern California. So I run the repair department there. I got out in 2009, moved back home and been working on bikes ever since. Working on bikes has been the best thing for my PTSD so I think I'll stay here for a while. Semper Fi !


  8. #248
    I'm 62, now and retired,held down all kinds of jobs during my working days.
    I'm now enjoying life,and watching the wife get ****ed because she isn't
    old enough to retired . Life is good these days.


  9. #249
    Just reenlisted and dropped to the IRR for a break. Working as an independent contractor, currently two clients...both subcontracted to the DoD. Sometime next year I will probably be looking into an IMA billet.


  10. #250
    Working at Veterans Affairs got out a PFC. Filed and got 100% p&t compensations . Not happy with the Corps but well loved nonetheless. Suffered one NJP had stress through it.


  11. #251
    SharePoint Administrator, DoD contractor at Tinker AFB.


  12. #252
    Boiler & HVAC mechanic


  13. #253
    Customs and Border Protection Officer , Department of Homeland Security


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    Marine Free Member Harkins's Avatar
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    Currently going to school for my AOS in Medical Assisting and then working towards my RN.


  15. #255
    I'm an E-8 in the CT Air National Guard, Not the Marines but It's the only way I can serve at 49 years old. Hope to keep going until 60. I always regret not putting more time into the Marines. I had it made and didn't even know it.


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