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  1. #181
    wolfhunter Guest
    Someone told me the letters stood for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children, and I figured I belonged.

  3. #182
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    Ricbac in uniform?
    Attachment 361

    I served in the Corps, 79-86
    Boy, at times, it does feel like it was that long ago. Nov 67 thru Apr 70 .. 20 months in Da Nang....
    Last edited by ricbak; 02-09-2009 at 10:54 PM. Reason: April 70 not Aug70
    Semper Fi

  4. #183
    wolfhunter Guest
    My hat's off to you. Thank you very much.

  5. #184
    Here also.
    The Avatar is my Great-Great Grandaddy, CPL Samuel Francis Bondurant, Co. D, 4th Alabama, Law's Brigade, Benning's Division, 1st Corp, Army of Northern Virginia, shot through right thigh 2 JUL 1863.

  6. #185
    I was mustered out of the Air Force in Feb '71 as an E-4 a Sgt. then, now the title is Senior Airman..
    "When you're in the wrong place, at the wrong time and doing the wrong thing and you get a load of 00 buck shot in your rear end, it's your bad luck." R.F. (Frank) Dingus

  7. #186
    MSgt/E-7 w/Diamond. 20 years 7 days. Vietnam Vet
    The world is a dangerous place to live - not because of the people who are evil, but because of those who do nothing about it.

  8. #187
    Retired from the SC National Guard Active Guard & Reserve (AGR) program with 40 years, 10 months and 7 seven days including a year in Iraq with the 3d Armored Cavalry Regimnent. I was a Command Sergeant Major/E9. I now ride with the Patriot Guard Riders in SC and Georgia showing honor and respect to our fallen heros from Iraq and Afgahnistan.

  9. #188
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Miami Florida
    SFC 19 years Army SOF, 1 year 1st sgt in Korea. An old team seargent once told me, "Everyday past 20, you're working for half price" 20 years 30 days, I was done. A good memory all the way around. Oak out

  10. #189
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Currently Arkansas
    I made it to SSgt in the USMC before being sent back from Viet Nam to go to OCS. From there I continued to my 20 and retired as a Captain. It is true that you really can't live off what you get as retirement. So, after one retires it is necessary to go to work for a change. I was flying C-130s and helicopters when I retired, and more recently have retired from flying EMS helicopters.

  11. Got out as a Motor Sgt

    After getting wounded during TET 68 was medically restricted and sent to Korea..volunteered my draft and served only 2..After dropping OCS was informed "That's why everyone here went through Infantry AIT!"
    Served in Alpha 2/5 1Cav Div Airmobile 67-68
    Last edited by mpur66; 02-12-2009 at 12:58 PM. Reason: Added more info

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