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  1. #301
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
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    Reno, NV/Oxnard, CA
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    SeaBee

    I'm currently on active duty, loving everday that I'm in. I'm one of those ever elusive Navy SeaBee's. My current rank is E5, and my Rate(MOS) is Equipment Operator.

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  3. #302
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    Oct 2009
    Location
    California desert
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    I am the hosemonkey. I just joined the other day, so I figured to say hello. I would also like to welcome all my Vietnam brothers home. I was 22 years in the U.S. Navy as a parachute rigger and 20 years as a Firefighter/Paramedic, hence the handle "hosemonkey. I have been a CCW holder for eight years and I carry a Makarov, 'cause Russians build pretty good guns.I am retired now, just kicking back and enjoying making life miserable for all the Liberals that I can bait. God bless all my military brothers.

  4. #303
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    Moore County, NC
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    E-4, three years in the Army in the late 80's as a 95 Bravo (MP) in Siegelsbach, (then) West Germany. I was there when the wall came down. Had a piece of it, until they made us turn them in because of Asbestos.

    Reap the Vision...
    ...Mike

  5. #304
    U.S.Navy, retired E8 BMCS(DV) 22 + years active 8 inactive fleet reserve. 2 years in 'Nam as a diver NOT S.E.A.L. but action. Small arms instructor on two different ships. Glad to be able to share stories. Finally

  6. #305
    Master Chief, US Navy, Retired (E-9)
    ABCM(AW/SW), Aviation Boatswains Mate (Started in Catapults and Arresting Gear)
    Was the 2nd Command Master Chief on the USS Essex, LHD-2

  7. #306
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Location
    Florida, Germany, France
    Posts
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    101st Airborne, 82nd Airborne, 173d Airborne, JFK CEN, Instructor Jump School. Retired CWO 2 after transferring from Infantry to Logistics.

  8. #307
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Myrtle Beach, SC
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    Sgt/E5 36L, chairborne all the way!

  9. E-5. Missile Technician 2nd class, USN. I was frocked to E-6 but got out just before starting to get paid for it.
    Slow is Steady
    Steady is Fast

  10. E-7, MMC/SS 12 years on Fast Attack submarines. Engineering Laboratory Technician.

  11. USN Chief Petty Officer Electrician 1955-1985 Retired

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