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  1. #271
    NAS Millington (A,B School) 1985-1986
    NAS Cecil Field (FRAMP School) 1986
    MCAS El Toro, H&MS-11, MALS-11, 1986-1989
    NAS Millington (C7 School) 1989-1990
    MCAS Beaufort, MALS-31 1990-1992


  2. #272
    3rd maw vmfp-3 1979-1983


  3. #273
    3rd MAW, VMFA 314 from 96-99, Com/Nav. Nimitz World Cruise!!


  4. #274
    I was with MWHG-1 H&S1, DANANG, 1968-1969


  5. #275
    Yes, 57 - 61.


  6. #276
    marine air wing active 1973 -1980 a/c hydraulics
    el toro vmgr 352 & mwhs37
    iwakuni vmcj1 & hams-15
    south weymouh mass. vma-322 & hml-771
    cherry point vma223

    semper fi


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    Hi.spoondad4 I was the crash crew Cherry Point ,NC.I was there from 1954 to 1957 Had a great time Semper Fi !!!


  8. #278
    Hey rborth, a little before my time. The town shut down early and as a young marine it was a bit slow... I would love it today now that i'm older...lol


  9. #279
    H&MS-16, MAG-16, 1st MAW, 1965-66 Danang, Marble Mountain, Dong Ha.
    VMO-2 Gunships, 1966-67, Marble Mountain, Dong Ha, Con Thien, Khe Sahn.
    H&Hs-17, MWSG-17, 1975-76

    Semper Fi, Dutch White
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  10. #280
    MWSG-17, 1st MAW, Iwakuni Oct 65-Jun66; DaNang (and environs) Jun66-Jul67.


  11. #281
    Not USMC air winger, but a former Field Radio Operator, and current aircraft technician for the airlines 20 years. (And surprisingly, most former Marines I work with had no USMC aviation. Most were grunts that went to school later on to become A&P mechanics.)


  12. #282
    I didn't have an aviation MOS. I was a 3051 with a secondary of 0311. In 1965 I was the Warehouse Chief for MAG-16 at Danang Air Base. When the UH34D operating squadrons begin to lose so many Crew Chiefs and Aerial Gunners they were taking whatever MOS' they could get to replace the gunners with. I volunteered and flew window gunner for several months, and then extended my tour to fly as an Aerial Gunner with VMO-2 UH1E Gunships for several more months. I flew over 400 total missions, 126 of which were "combat" missions.


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    Dutch, did you happen to know Joe Amant from PA?
    He was with MAG-16 around that time frame..


  14. #284
    The name doesn't ring a bell with me, Chuck. I was with H&MS-16, MAG-16 up in MCAS Futenma before shoving off for Danang in May of '65. I don't think he was with the H&Ms-16(-), MAG-16(-) supply crew when I got down there. Maybe he was in Chu Lai, instead.

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    Yes Chu Lai... That was his nickname when I first met him many years ago...


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