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Discussion in 'The US Marine Corps Forum' started by USMCgs3, Feb 15, 2012.
Currently a 7599. Student aviator
95B Military Policeman
45B then 12B. A good time was had by most.
2111 back in the day....hoping that will transfer to a 92K...working on 92Y and in the next 2 years or so 19D.
US Army AUS 83F20
King of Battle.
13B here, light(105's 1st ID) and heavy(155's 1st Cav).
1967: 11 Bravo and by 1968 91 Bravo
7502 Hornet WSO.
Another Marine from the stumps?!
1/7 Baker here.
Yep, gotta love the Stumps! lol
I was out there for Mojave Viper back in 2006. Oh the fun we had.
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2111 Small Arms Repair, and 1371 Combat Engineer, then I joined the Army National Guard and picked up 88m, Heavy Vehicle Driver.
US Army 95B
It was either 32B or 34B.(Field radio mechanic) I left the enlisted ranks and went to OCS after AIT.
100B, Utility Helicopter Pilot, 152D Utility Blackhawk Pilot
92W water treatment specialist Oklahoma Army National Guard, 1971
0141 Here. I'm the one who processed your DD214, Orders ansd Leave Papers etc. I did a dam good job and proud of my service to my brother jarheads!!!