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Lcpl. Donald L. Wright 1973-75 Email

I would like to announce the death of my brother L/Cpl John Thomas Wright on May 10 2013 Syracuse New York.
He served with Company B 1/4 3rd Mar Div. Served in vietnam from 28 Apr 1972 to Aug 24 1972 as an 0311. Semper Fi !
Thank you,
L/Cpl Donald L. Wright, I Served with MAG 36, MABS 36, 1st Marine Air Wing (H) MCAS Futenma, Okinawa. Mag 36 took part in the evcuation of Vietnam May 1975


About May 7, 1965, I landed in a place called CHU LAI with 3,ooo plus Marines of 1st & 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Reg. and about 3,000 Seabees

Tom Mullin Email

I had the privilege to serve with the men of Bravo Company,1St. Bn.4Th. Marines, 3rd Mar Div. from September 1967-October 1968. Northern I Corps. Con Thien, Phu Bai, Dong Ha, Camp Carroll,Vandergrift, etc. Quang Tri Providence. I will be at our reunion in October and really look forward to seeing my brother Marines that I served with. God Bless! Semper Fi!

Deb Gallatin 

Thanks for a great site! My uncle, Raymond Monroe, served with the 1/4,third marine division. He received two purple hearts, one March 5, '69 and the second May 28, '69. He was from Cold Spring, New York. Do any of his brothers remember serving with him? I was so very proud to know him as both my uncle, and as a person. He passed away after the culmination of a number of devastating strokes. The doctors directly related this to the effects of agent orange. I still miss him after almost 20 yrs. I was wondering why my uncle wasn't listed on the page of 1st battalion, 4th marines, ( Charlie Company) that are deceased after Vietnam? Is there any way to rectify this? Thanks to all who served and continue to do so today. Semper Fi ♡♡♡

Deb Gallatin Email

On the subject of agent orange, my uncle, Raymond Monroe, suffered from severe Parkinson's disease before blood clots in his brain caused him to have multiple strokes and die. I wonder if any of our boys were unaffected by the dioxin that was liberally sprayed over large areas where our fighting forces were located?
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