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    Sir, I Think We've Lost The BLT

    This is an outstanding slide show with moderation by those that were there serving as peace keepers in Beruit Lebanon 23 Oct 1983. Its interesting to hear what these Marines and Chaplan have to say in retrospect of that horrible day. May we never forget these Marines, Soldiers and Sailors for their sacrifice.

    http://media.mgnetwork.com/breaking/...irutStory.html

    Last edited by jinelson; 10-22-10 at 11:36 PM.

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    Very Good Jim

    I believe too many have forgotten. Thanks Brother.

    rich


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    i just sent this to everyone in my address book in case they forgot thanks bro semper fi


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    Thanks, Jim, very good presentation, and true, many have forgotten.


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    Never Forgotten

    Thank You...
    Too much for me to handle..
    Ellie


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    Excellent tribute.

    Except for 'ferg81mm', the rest of the viewers have been of the +50 crowd.

    We need more of the younger set to read this.

    Thanks Jim.

    .


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    May God keep and bless all of you.


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    wow... ILL NEVER FORGET WHY I JOINED THE MARINES AND I HOPE I NEVER DO... R.I.P. TO ALL WHO HAVE DIED FOR THIS WAR ON TERRORISM...


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    Mr. Nelson thank you so much for sharing that. I will never forget the first Marines lost in the war on terrorisim. RIP Marines. Semper Fi.


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    They Came In Peace...We will never forget...Rest In Peace...


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    I was in MOS school in Quantico when it happened. The Red Cross immediately set up to collect 200 units of blood donations. At least 2,000 Marines and family members showed up to donate.

    I started watching the memorial presentation and just had to stop. Some days you just can't watch.


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    Yellowwing I know what you are saying. As I looked I got this horrible feeling in my gut. Then the tears started. I had to leave.


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    Word of Thanks....

    Jim...it is so nice to know people..Marines/Brothers/Friends like you, who truly care and want to make sure "our" Boys are never forgotten! My precious Brother Cpl. Stephen E. Spencer who died that day in the "Beirut Bombing" would be so Very proud of His Brothers...as am I! Thank you again....

    The Sister of An Angel......
    Debbie Spencer Roshto


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    What a great presentation. Never knew about before and will send to the 3/8 Beirut Marines Site.
    Thanks and Semper Fi!
    Tisch out.


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