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1 hour ago, OutKast Actual said:

U.S. Marine Corps from 1996 to 2016... Iraq x2 to include Operation Phantom Fury (Fallujah, Iraq) and 1 tour in Afghanistan. 100% VA disabled...

Welcome aboard brother. 

Semper Fi

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1 minute ago, bigjean663 said:

Welcome aboard brother. 

Semper Fi

Semper Fi brother...

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11 years USN, Gulf War vet, Shellback, 9 years Navy Civ, now retired.

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Vietnam, 20 plus years and over 25 more as a government civilian.

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Welcome @Jacob Vander Weit to Bass Resource and the Forums!

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10 years in the Army here. First as mechanized Infantry and then reclassed as a Combat Medic. 1 tour in Iraq in 2004. 100% disabled through the VA. 

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Army National Guard from 1999-2008.  One deployment stateside, Operation Enduring Freedom from Oct 2011 - Aug 2012.

    

Started off enlisted as a 63B, light wheel vehicle mechanic.  Went to college and got my commission and became a 91A maintenance platoon leader.  Got out as a 1st Lieutenant in 2008.

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U.S. ARMY veteran of operation desert storm. 

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Retired AF and NM Air National Guard 1993-2013

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Navy 1999-2003, IT2 

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USMC 85-89

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US Army. 96-98. 11M. 

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On 2/5/2017 at 5:15 PM, Catt said:

 

I know during D-Day they built artificial harbors that allowed for supply transport during and in the days after the operation. These “harbors” were actually pontoon causeways. The 25th Naval Construction Regiment were charged with not only building and maintaining these causeways, but also ensuring safe landing and operability of equipment on the sandy beaches.

Called em mullberries if in not mistaken(the pontoon bridges). All three my great uncles served. One landed on Utah beach with 4th infantry , other 2 were fighting through that "soft underbelly" in Italy . greatest generation indeed 

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14yrs Army 05C-31M,11B,67N & Navy AT3 CVN-71,CE2 NMCB-21 SeaBees active/guard & reserve. 

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I'm shopping out June 17 to earn the title Marine. Not sure if that counts yet but here I am.

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