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Discussion in 'The US Marine Corps Forum' started by USMCgs3, Feb 15, 2012.
0351 then 0369 as SNCO.
When my class started at MOS school in Leonardwood, we were the first CBRN class. Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Defense specialist. Used to be called NBC.
It sounds fancy, is nothing like the movie 'The Rock' and most of my normal job was spent running people through the base gas chamber for Division CBRN.
4066 - Small Computer Systems Specialist (now defunct, migrated into 0600 communications profile - particularly the 0651 Cyber Network Operator MOS)
1994 - 2002
1811 > 3rd Tanks Alpha & Charlie Co. Vietnam Jan68- Aug69
May67 - May70
Helo Mech/Crew Chief, UH-1N Huey's & AH-1J Cobra's.
Oh, the dreaded gas chamber! I actually tolerated it ok but I remember once another Marine built like a big old brute (like a football player) panicked & ran through the closed doors. Went through them like a hot knife through butter. LOL
Follow up: I wanted to say that even though my PDS was Camp Pendleton; 1 of my schools (cuz of my MOS being Airwing & swim qual was WSQ) was Naval Aircrewmen Survival Candidate School @ NAS Pensacola. It was 4 months of all sorts of really cool survival training exercises including the famous Helo Dunker! My fancy ass barracks were right across the street from the Naval Officer Candidate School & also the Navy Seals were close by doing Seal training. Those guys are crazy! It was the best 4 months of my service time. Oooh-Rah!!
I was a 7562, CH-46E (helo) pilot.
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Light Armored Reconnaissance
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Was always good to see you guys in your old Patton tanks (M48 I think). Thanks from an old 26th Marines grunt.
1369. ‘69-71. Unlucky csucker! Drafted into USMC! 0311 then 0331. Queen of the Corps!
I have no memory of the MOS. Last assignment was to a detached company out of the Pentagon.
1391 - Bulk Fuel Man
0151 - Admin Clerk
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91B, Corpsman Army
46N, Nurse, Air Force
42G, Physician Assistant, Air Force