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IF YOU SEND ANYTHING TO ME MAKE SURE YOU LEAVE SOMEWAY TO CONTACT YOU. I DELETE ANY AND ALL MESSAGES WITHOUT A RESPONDING EMAIL OR MESSAGE AVAILABLITY TO YOU.
The Marine Corps Project I am working on is valid and correct is what I would like to happen with it. Any Marine, any War or Peace time...
Marine Corps history can be told here, even from the ones that can no longer tell their own stories.
If you know where an unknown burial for a Marine is located, please let me know.
If you have a photo or a story about any Marine, please send it on.
Duplication is a big NO NO - if I have created one let me know and I will fix my problem. If you have created one I will let you know. If that problem can be solved great, if not Administration will be given the opportunity to work with it.
Thanks to all of you that are already helping. I cannot do it without your help.
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|Mountain Traveler||Carl Williams/Andrew Johnson Cemetery|
Hi, I was at the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery today, a large cemetery on a steep hill. I looked at the location you gave for Carl and that spot does not seem to exist. There is a Section Y, but no Site 205. I then checked the whole section for Carl and did not see him. I am sure he is in the cemetery somewhere, but we need to get a correct site location.
|Red||The Ugly Angels|
Thank you for the photos you have posted for the members of the Marine Helicopter Squadron 362. I added them after seeing the plaque on a helicopter at a Memorial Day ceremony in Tulsa. The bird had been found in a salvage yard in Arizona and was restored by a man in Inola, Oklahoma. It still has bullet holes in it and is being flown today to various ceremonies. Red
Added by Red on Mar 29, 2013 6:50 AM
|John Kimbrough||Great Work|
Pam, thanks for the great work you are doing. A little search persistence paid off and I found our family member who died in Korea. Now we can link him into his parents and our family.
Kudos, John Kimbrough