Though it’s been thirty years that I retired as a Marine I found my Platoon 3331 year book, secondly it’s been fifty years come September that I as you and counts of thousands after us arrived Continue reading “Our Marine Brotherhood”
My new Marine Corps toys.
Sgt. Grit, I arrived in DaNang on Aug 26, 1966, 3 months shy of my 20th birthday. I still remember the flight from Okinawa and looking at my fellow Marines and wondering which one of us was coming home. Fortunately, most of us made it. I found this travel voucher from October 1966. Continue reading “50th Anniversary Of Arriving In DaNang”
Showing off my Marine Corps pride!
Reunion – MarDet USS America CVA 66
The Marine Detachment USS America CVA 66 (early edition 1965-1969) will hold its fifth reunion in Norfolk, VA, our homeport 50 years ago, from Oct. 2 to Oct. 5, 2016. Contact Les Holzmann by email – firstname.lastname@example.org, for details. Continue reading “Marine Detachment USS America CVA 66 Reunion”
Ever wonder what it’s like to be the best in the world? Marines. The Few. The Proud. I don’t have to.
Throughout the history of the Marine Corps there have been many examples of Marines who have excelled on both the battlefield and the playing field. We have listed just a few that have stood out as Marines and represented the United States in the Olympic Games. Continue reading “Marine Corps Olympians”
Our reunion, 3/3 Viet Nam era, was in San Diego a couple weeks ago. Of course we went to a Friday Graduation. Afterwards we had a few moments so I wanted to see if the EGA on the base theater was as shinny as I left in Dec 1965. You see our PLT. drew maintenance duty instead of Mess duty. Continue reading “Going To Write The CG of MCRD San Diego”
Kailey Demarsico Sookey pays tribute to her brother Michael Demarsico before her wedding July 16,2016. Michael was KIA in Afghanistan 2012. Continue reading “Never Forgotten Sacrifice”
Always enjoy reading your newsletters and often read letters from Marines exhibiting “Old Corps” photos of themselves or relatives who served God, Country and Corps from the past. Continue reading “Proud To Claim The TITLE”