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Drew Arthur 
09/11/16

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I was on the US Marine Corps Super Squad, 1/4 3rd Marines Camp Hansen Okinawa. We competed at Quantico Va- We came in second place to Okinawas 9th Marines Super Squad that year


William G Howell Email
09/24/15

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I was with 1/4 3rd Marine div. 81 mortars from Nov 67 till Dec 68.  I was wandering if any one remember me or had pictures, looking for any people who was with me


James C DeWitt 
08/30/15

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I was a Corpsman assigned to D 1/4 3rd Mar Div
from Nov 68 till I was wounded on 3/21/69. Which then I was taken to 3rd Med Bn, then to USS Repose.  When released back to duty, I was assigned to 3rd Med Bn at Quant Tri.  Left Viet 
Nam in Nov 69.

I was first assigned into the bush to D 1/4 in Nov 68 I replace Doc Roger Marcum.

Other Corpsman in our unit was Tom Swift and then David Dwayne Overstreet.

Would like to hear from any of the Marines that
remember me or one of my fellow Corpsman.  It was an honor and privilege serving with the Marines.


thad deas Email
08/09/15

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I served with1-4 Delta co early 69 until pull out to  Okinawa.
I'm in touch with Bobby (little man) Saldona. Once was in contact with Kenny and Taylor of NY. 
I can't remember a lot but names like

Hub Cap from Baltimore,
Doc (corpman) Stafford from Sanford, Fl
James Reeves from NC

Would like to hear from anyone, if there's reunioni information please contact me...

Semper Fi


Dittelberger, Edward H. Email
05/07/15

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On this date 50 years ago the men of the 1st & 2nd Bn. 4th Marines 1st. Marine Brigade began landing on the shores of Viet Nam.  Remembering being loaded down with 2 ammo boxes and 2 mortar rounds on my pack the deck hand from the Valley Forge had to push me put into the U34, I laugh at it today but we were all afraid of what was to come, luckily the landing was completely unopposed, regrettably it would not stay that way for long.  Whatever it takes.  Semper Fi                   
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