Comments: I had a few adventures while I was in but I believe if I was at the scene of an attempted assault with a deadly weapon,especially on a member of our Navy, I would ever put it in writing for the world to see.
Comments: Just remembered working on the communication center (Puerto Rico?), getting harrassed by some fat chief, and one of the guys throwing a stainless steel marlin spike from about 4 or 5 stories up at him when he was leaving. We were hanging on the rebar for support, our asses swaying in the wind. And Dave Glazier (obscene gerund) around with the concrete pump while I was hanging on to the hose. He actually had me in the air 6 stories up.
Comments: I'm looking for anyone that served with my father, Marvin (Tojo) Morgan. He was MCB 62 in 1966-1969. Served two tours in country in Phu Bai and Danang. He's alive and well. Would just like to reunite him with some "old" friends. He went to the reunion a couple years ago, but I'm sure there is a lot of people that didnt make them.
Comments: My Brother Timothy M. Lydon EO2, MCB 8 67-69 died peacefully last night at his home surrounded by his family. He fought a brave battle with Cancer for 14 months. He was a good kind man and will be missed by all that were fortunate to know him. God Bless his soul.
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