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Final Salute





"Our Finest, Our Bravest, Our Best,
God Grant You All Eternal Rest"


Rudolf, Thomas R., Alpha Company, Team Hawk, #0160
On 24 June a beloved Brother, Thomas R. Rudolf "Ronny" passed after battling Liver Cancer. Ronny was a Charter Member of the Association and was 53 years of age. He resided in Houma La. At present time Jeff Savelkoul, Ray Raymond, Fred Baker, and Terry Burden are in New Orleans assisting the family in funeral preparations. Interment will be on Tuesday 27 June. Maintain the Watch Ronny, for all of us.
Semper Fidelis
George Neville
(06/27/00)

Rosenberg, James E., Bravo Company 1965, #0978
James E. Rosenberg died of a stroke while undergoing open heart surgery 19 May 2000 at the age of 53. He was buried Sunday with full honors. His son stated that he was proud of being a Marine and a member of Bravo Co., 3rd Reconnaissance Bn.
(05/25/00)

Mike James, Bravo Co. (1966) lost his last firefight with Lung Cancer February 11, 2000. (03/06/00)

MEMORIES

Terry C. Anderson, Alpha Co.
passed away 4-13-99



Picture of Terry Anderson and Family. Far left in green cap is Terry's son-in-law(Troy Davenport) just to his right is( Sherry Anderson) Terry's Wife, just to her right is Terry's daughter( Nezi Davenport), the boy in the red santa hat is Terry's son (Eric Anderson), then Terry Anderson to his son's right in the red, yellow, green striped shirt. Semper Fi!


Terry C. Anderson, Alpha Co., passed away 4-13-99
I have forwarded information to Stan Sellers pertaining to my late husband, I am eager to see his name added to the list of deceased members, and to have him recognized on your Silver Star Gallery.

If possible, please add a message to your bulletin board regarding his passing. I know he would be proud to be included on your website, and would want those he served with to know of his passing.

Thank you,

Sherry Anderson (03/28/00)



Fred A. Johnson, Alpha Company 1966, #0781- passed in July 1995 age 51
Cancer (04/07/00)


Oleksiak, Robert S., Delta 1965, passed on 15 February 1992 at age 47. At the time of his death he was a State Veteran Counselor in New York. Bob lost a leg in Vietnam and continued in his battle until related health issues took its toll. (03/24/00)


James Goodwin, SSgt , Alpha Company 1967- passed in 1992
Cancer (05/10/00)

"

Semper Fi

See Section "Lest We Forget" for additional postings




Date Posted: June 30 2000

ID#: 0062

Team Striker
You Are Not Forgotten

Semper Fi



12:49 PM 6/30/00
Subj: TEAM STRIKER

Date: 06/30/2000 10:20:24 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: STRIKERJCS
To: MsgReconWeb



Today, June 30, marks the 33rd anniversary of the Team Striker crash. It is a day I set aside to remember my teamates, lost and never recovered, still resting on that hillside in a land far away. To thank from the bottom of my heart, the brave men who put their lives on the line to extract us, we were wounded, helpless, and defenseless, you stayed on station under heavy fire till you had us ALL out, that act of courage saved our lives, for that I am eternally grateful. The area was crawling with NVA you could have waved off, you didnt-THANK YOU Dave Pettys! I would ask you all to take just a moment of you time to reflect back on Team Striker, say a few words for our lost brothers and their families, and to ask for success for those who are at this moment at our crash site looking for my teamamtes.
Today, I will fly the tin buzzard over and spend the day with the Allen family, we will talk of Merl, we will remember Team Striker-It will be a good day!
SEMPER FIDELIS MY BROTHERS, you will never be forgotten.
Jeff Savelkoul- STRIKER


Date Posted: June 30 2000

ID#: 0061




12:48 PM 6/30/00
Subj: Looking for a lost brother

Date: 06/30/2000 10:20:54 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: STRIKERJCS
To: MsgReconWeb



I'm looking for the whereabouts of an old recon brother known as FAT CAT. Alpha Co. 2nd sqd 3rd plt Khe Sanh/ Phu Bai 67.
Some names to jog your memory-Jeff Savelkoul [Minnesota], willie and Jr. Acosta, CAS[kia], Merl Allen[Bayfield Wisc](kia), TEX, Knapstead.
Please contact Jeff Savelkoul at: STRIKERJCS@aol.com or leave a msg here for me.
THX,
STRIKER


Date Posted: June 30 2000

ID#: 0060

Living Veterans Memorial Dedication



9:01 AM 6/30/00
Subj: Re: YAWGOOG SCOUT DEDICATION 15 JULY 2000-RECON

Date: 06/28/2000 10:45:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time






----- Original Message -----
From: Richard Smith
Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 7:33 PM
Subject: YAWGOOG SCOUT DEDICATION 15 JULY 2000-RECON


Dear Recon Marines your presence is requested.
Dear Friends of 1st Lt. Carl William (BUD) Myllymaki III.
On July 15, 2000, a special dedication will occur at Yawgoog Scout Reservation, Boy Scouts of America in Rockville, RI at 10:00 AM. It will be the dedication of a new Living Veterans Memorial. This memorial is a new CHALLENGE COURSE known as a C.O.P.E. COURSE. It consists of twenty high elements with rappelling towers, bamma bridges, and cargo nets, zip line, ariel swings, and log walks, climbing towers and many other events. One of the elements of the COPE COURSE will be named after 3rd Recons 1st Lt. Carl William (BUD) Myllymaki III, Commanding Officer Echo Company. Myllymaki is an EAGLE SCOUT, which is the highest award a Scout can achieve. He was a member of Troop 10, Westerly, RI and attended Yawgoog as a Scout. This is why I believe this dedication of this new COPE COURSE, is important. It will be honoring a friend and classmate who was proud of his youth and his Country and The Marine Corp. He was always there given his best to The Corp. Myllymaki had a tremendous record as a Recon Commanding Officer. I have come to know many of you that served with Myllymaki. He was a proud Marine and led his men in what ever he did. He led many of you on 15 major combat operations. Exhibiting outstanding professional skills. He led twenty five long range patrols deep into enemy controlled territory and, on four occasions inflicted heavy losses on the enemy without sustaining injury to his own men. On one patrol during Operation Scotland II, he was instrumental in capturing one of the largest caches of enemy supplies and ammunition seized by friendly units. We all know how Myllymaki enjoyed food, some say that he smelt this food mile away. Myllymaki had a craven for tuna fish and I'm sure this led him to his catch. Myllymaki was also involved in numerous underwater diving operations in support of Army and Marine units. I have been in contact with one of Myllymaki's former men who was a career Marine NCO and stated that MYLLYMAKI was one of the two best officers that he meet in his Marine Corp career. This new COPE COURSE is a tremendous asset to Scouting in that it gives older Scouts the challenge to stay in Scouting. What better way to remember a friend who received his education in physical education from the University of Rhode Island and Springfield College then to have this course memorialized in his name. I know that he will be watching over each Scout, given them the proper advice in achieving this course.
I would like to welcome you all to be present for this dedication and meet some of the Marines that served with Myllymaki. I'm sure that you will find the tribute, which is planned for the 15 July 2000, a memorable experience.
I have come to know many of you who served with Myllymaki. I'm offering all of you an open invitation to be a part of the ceremony when we unveil the 3rd Recon plaque and cut the ribbon to the new Myllymaki climbing and rappelling tower. If you will be able to be present please let me know so we can plan accordingly. If you would like a special message read at this ceremony we will be honored to do so. Lt. Jim Dusenbury will be present to say words about Myllymaki and represent 3rd Recon. We would love to have as many of you who served with Myllymaki to be present. Colonel John Taska, Marine CO at Newport War College an former Recon Marine will represent The War College and General James Jones. He will be reading a prepared message from General James Jones. We will also be honoring two other Marines. 2nd Lt. William Garrett (Garry) Schanck 1st Recon and former Senator John H. Chafee, Marine Capt. in WWII and Korea, Governor of Rhode Island and Former Secretary of The Navy during Vietnam. Myllymaki would perform for him twice. Once when he was Governor of Rhode Island when as a member of the URI Gymnastic team, and again in Vietnam. Senator Chafee would begin his heroism, as young Scout at Yawgoog when he rescued another Scout who would also go on to become Governor of Rhode Island. Senator Chafee's son Zach would also serve with General James Jones in Okinawa along with 3rd Recon's Barry Berwick, who served with Myllymaki. There are so many calls of BROTHERHOOD IN THE CORP. You all are like one big family. I could tell many stories of how each and every one of you are a friend of a friend of someone in The Corp. It's like living in Rhode Island. When one hears the song, IT'S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL. As I was responsible for the UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND VIETNAM MEMORIAL which honors 17. One of the Marines who is on that memorial Major Walter Decota his replacement in Vietnam was Colonel Larkin, who represented The Corp at the dedication who also was The Marine in Charge at the Newport War College. A Gunnery Sgt. whose child had Major Decota as his godfather would live about a mile from my home. This Gunnery would later work at URI in Security and spent many hours searching the past Fraternity's of Major Decota. Major Decota was commissioned a 2nd Lt. in the Army but gave it up for the Semper Fi slogan. 1st Lt. Charles Yahoobian Jr. is another Marine who is a member of the URI VIETNAM MEMORIAL; he was also commissioned as a 2nd Lt. in the Army. He would attend the University of Bridgeport for his Masters in Physical Education and while their three fellow students who were going into The Marines convinced him that he should join The Marines. Out of the four that went in The Marines only one would survive Vietnam. 2nd Lt. William Garrett (Garry) Schanck from 1st Recon is another member of the URI VIETNAM memorial. Garry will be honored at Yawgoog with a tower. Garry's family suffered tremendously loosing two sons to Vietnam. I felt this would be a special way to help the healing within this family. As we get together to honor all our BROTHERS WHO SERVED. Let us always let them know that their sacrifice will never be forgotten. We will have nine flag poles on this new COPE COURSE that when each Scout makes his final run down the zip line he will have to travel by these flags in salute. On Memorial Day I was able to make contact with Ken Androes of 1st Recon who is the only survivor of 2nd Lt. Garry Schancks platoon. We will be flying 4x6 flags and Ken sent a Marine flag in memory of Garry. He is also presenting a Marine Flag to his family. I must say that when I started out saving aluminum cans many years ago to honor a friend who gave his live for America's Freedom with a Scholarship at URI, is turning into a tribute which I will cherish for many years to come. As many of you know that friends do not forget friends.
If you cannot make this dedication you can watch this dedication on narragansett.org@copea. If we don't meet at the dedication maybe we can meet at The Wall in front of Panel 42 Line 63. Is surrounded by other URI VIETNAM HONOREES ON PANEL 41, Danny Scourfield Line 63, Phillips, Panel 43, Line 65 so he is not alone on The Wall.

Semper Fi,
smithuri17@yahoo.com

Dick Smith, 401-596-0990, 200 Shore Road, Westerly, RI, 02891


Date Posted: June 21 2000

ID#: 0059




8:16 AM 6/21/00
Subj: THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Date: 06/14/2000 2:10:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: SixtaJJ@1MARDIV.USMC.MIL (Sixta SgtMaj John J)




This letter below is from 1st Recon BN Cmdr LtCol Paulovich M.J. and myself thanking everyone for their support for the Reactivation of Recon BN. Also I put are the Marines that help hang the Steamers back on the BN Battle Colors. This was a Great day for Recon and for the Marine Corps.

SgtMaj Sixta



<<...>>
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
1st Reconnaissance Battalion
1st Marine Division (REIN) FMF
Camp Pendleton, California 92055-5381

IN REPLY REFER TO
14 June 2000

Dear former members of First Reconnaissance Battalion,

On 8 June 2000 the First Reconnaissance Battalion was officially reactivated, culminating two long years of anticipation. The ceremony was focused on the command lineage and battle colors. Former members of the command from Korean War, Vietnam War, and the Gulf War returned the battle streamers on the colors, one at a time, escorted by a present member of the unit. This action highlighted the unique bond that the present unit has with the past.

On 12 June 1992 First Reconnaissance Battalion was deactivated, redesignated as First Reconnaissance Battalion (Light Armored) complete with its colors and lineage. Reconnaissance Platoons were activated in each regiment. On 1 Oct 1993, First Reconnaissance Company was established at the Division level, but the Regimental Reconnaissance Platoons remained until Aug 1998 when all 9 platoons were consolidated under the company. The East Coast took a different path, consolidating the Regimental platoons, the Division Company and 2nd Force Reconnaissance Company under 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion.

In 1999 the Commandant of the Marine Corps promised to "Fix Recon", and a series of meetings were held to develop some solutions. The key decision was to establish separate Reconnaissance Battalions and Force Reconnaissance Companies. First Marine Division moved quickly to activate its battalion, and 2nd Force Reconnaissance Company will activate later this summer. On 2 June 2000, 5th Force Reconnaissance Battalion was redesignated as 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion.

The ceremony on 8 June was significant for us because it restored a key capability to the Division and brought back a unit with a rich combat and training legacy. The Marines were impressed as they listened to the lineage and the history as it was read off at the ceremony.

We want to take this opportunity to thank the former members of the command who participated in the ceremony. This added a special touch to the event. The names and service dates are attached to this letter. We also want to thank those took the time and effort to come and share the experience.

In closing, both Sergeant Major Sixta and I want to extend an invitation for former members to visit our Command Post in Margarita if you are in the area. We also hope to meet some of you during the upcoming reunions.



Semper fidelis,
Michael J. Paulovich
Lieutenant Colonel, USMC
John Sixta
Sergeant Major, USMC





MARINES THAT HELPED PUT THE STEAMERS BACK ON THE BATTLE COLORS

STREAMER

MARINE

FORMER MARINE

PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION

L/CPL HOFFMAN

SGTMAJ FREDERICK WILSON (RET)

NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION STREAMER

L/CPL TURVEY

1STSGT BILLY ARMER (RET)

CHINA SERVICE

L/CPL WORKMAN S.E.

SGT MITCH CHIILDS

AMERICAN DEFENSE

CPL WEBER A.J.

HMC STAN CHAPMAN (RET)

ASIATIC-PACIFIC CAMPAIGN

CPL HAKOLA P.M.

SGT BOB MORRIS

WORLD WAR II

CPL LINCOLN B.D.

GYSGT CHARLE BAVER

NAVY OCCUPATION W/ASIA

CPL WARD II C.V.

SSGT HAL GORDOVA

NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE

PFC RAMIREZ C.

CPL DAVID MARLO

KOREAN

L/CPL MCGEE M.P.

SGT ARTHUR LIPPER

ARMED FORCES EXPEDITIONARY

L/CPL SNYDER J.P.

CPL HOUSTON

VIETNAM SERVICE

PFC STOVER

SGT JIM PAGE

SOUTHWEST ASIA SERVICE

L/CPL STARR M.V.

SGT JASON BARBOSA

KOREAN PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION

L/CPL WINSKY A.A.

CPL LEE BELLANGER

VIETNAM CROSS OF GALLANTRY W/PALM STREAMER

L/CPL GREEN W.C.

SGT PAT GRADY

VIETNAM MERITORIOUS UNIT CITATION CIVIL ACTIONS

CPL SMITH J.R.

DOC STOMP

Again thank you very MUCH.

SGTMAJ SIXTA JOHN J.
1ST RECON BN
CAMP PEND CA


Date Posted: June 14 2000

ID#: 0058




1:23 AM 6/14/00
Subj: Semper Fi

Date: 06/04/2000 9:02:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: Margjohn1
To: MsgReconWeb



Semper Fi Marines. Sending my best wishes to all who have served our Corps so proudly, bravely and with incredible fortitude. Best wishes to my fellow Marines and Welcom Home!

John C. Gavnik


Date Posted: June 14 2000

ID#: 0051 Update

Jenkins Award Winners Update
Eight Grade Co-Winner Named

Here are the names of the Jenkins Award winners for this year:

6th grade --Brittany Palladino

7th grade -- Larry Messer

8th grade -- Riley Bennett & Corey Alford


Date Posted: May 31 2000

ID#: 0057




9:49 AM 5/31/00
Subj: Sgt. Donald R Byars

Date: 05/30/2000 5:03:10 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: dotto@transitchicago.com (Dave Otto)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com




Looking for Don Byars "C" Co. 1966. Last time I saw Don he was at Dong Ha. The chief was a patrol leader can't recall the team name. After I rotated we did correspond haven't heard from him since mid 67. He was from Yuma AZ. I would like any info on him.

Semper Fi
Dave Otto
1St Sgt. USMCR retired


Date Posted: May 24 2000

ID#: 0054




7:47 AM 5/24/00
Subj: George Stuber

Date: 05/23/2000 6:13:28 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: cws_2@hotmail.com (Wayne Standiford)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com






Trying to locate George Stuber. Sent him a message on the Engle site. Would like to talk to him. Please contact Wayne Standiford ( Echo Company).

Wayne


Date Posted: May 23 2000

ID#: 0053

Possible Wanabe Alert



8:58 PM 5/23/00
Subj: John Dauber

Date: 05/20/2000 5:15:47 PM Eastern Daylight Time
To: MsgReconWeb






I left a question on the Bn bulletin board but have received no answers yet. Do you remember a man named JOHN DAUBER from Charley co in 69/70? His name is not on the Bn list all though there are many missing I understand. He has recently come in to the VA system on the PTSD ward at the VA in Topeka Ks. I was there in 69/70 and his story doesn't ring true with me. I asked for a team name and he said his team never had a name just a number and that his platoon was sent to join the cia unit to help with the nungs there.I do not recall any of the platoons being sent to the cia unit near us at Quang Tri. And I don't recall any team not having a call sign assigned to them. Can you give me any info on whether you or anyone else in charley knows about this! thanks for the help.
semperfi
JamesApps Echo 69/70


Date Posted: May 23 2000

ID#: 0052

Reconners Beware
Fake Force Recon Papers For Sale



8:56 PM 5/23/00
Subj: [Fake Force Recon Papers]

Date: 05/18/2000 11:34:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time






-------- Original Message --------
Subject: force recon-fake papers
Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 00:18:58 -0700
From: JIM BARTLETT <BROKENSPOKE@yadtel.net>
To: jimjones@erols.com


I just wanted to bring to your attn. that someone is selling fake Recon accommodation awards. Printed in the buyers name. I don't know if this illegal or not, but as the son of a Force Recon Vet. I find it very distasteful and it ticks me off. My father spent 4yrs. active and 2yrs. reserve in the Marines, 18 months of which were in Viet Nam doing SDM's in the 3 'rd Marines Force Recon. To find this stuff go to ebay and look up item # 329149240 sellers user name is smothmove. I do hope there is something you can do about this.
With respect to veterans everywhere, Steve Bartlett



Date Posted: May 10 2000

ID#: 0048



6:09 PM 5/10/00
Subj: In Search of those I served with in 58-60

Date: 05/10/2000 3:23:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: cgwsew@tcac.net(Charles G. Williams)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com




I was in 3rd Recon, Company C from 1958-1960. Our location was Camp Mercy on Okinawa. The only names I remember are Lt. Hess, SSgt Holman and Sgt Lyle. I have often wondered if Sgt. Lyle made it through VN. I would like to communicate with the rest of the survivors of Company C.

Charles G. Williams
cgwsew@tcac.net


Date Posted: May 03 2000

ID#: 0046



11:58 PM 5/3/00
Subj: Does anyone remember?

Date: 05/02/2000 4:13:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: jmccollett@nhes.state.nh.us (John McCollett)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com



I handled a Scout Dog for 3rd Recon in 1968--1969. My dogs name was Colonel one of the teams that I worked with was named Starlite. Can anyone remember the dog? My name is John McCollett but my nickname was Mac. Can anyone remember me or my dog? Sgt Naveritti (spelling is probably wrong) My shotgun's name was Bob. Remember the back yard of Dong Ha ? Cam lo, Rock pile, Razorback.


Date Posted: May 03 2000

ID#: 0045



10:42 AM 5/2/00
Subj: Reuben Hill

Date: 05/01/2000 10:02:21 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: WRJ72951
To: MsgReconWeb




Would like to hear from anyone who served with Reuben at anytime while he was still in the Corps. He was a good friend and I was hoping someone could help me locate his family. Last contact was Sept.Aug64 at 29 Palms where we served together in Reserve Liaison. Thanks in advance and SEMPER FI..........OUT. WES JOHNSON ------FRA# 1711


New Corpsman Link

Date Posted: May 01 2000

ID#: 0044



8:07 AM 5/1/00
Subj: Corpsman Site Link

Date: 04/29/2000 12:03:50 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: terrorbl@home.com (Terence Covington)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com



Good Morning
I maintain a website that is an information portal for Reconnaissance Corpsman and a recruiting tool to bring other corpsman into the NEC(MOS). I invite you to visit SARC and post a link to it on your website. I would also like permission to link to your website.
thank you
HM2 Covington (DV/PJ)
1st Recon Bn


Date Posted: May 01 2000

ID#: 0043



8:06 AM 5/1/00
Subj: Is anybody there!

Date: 04/28/2000 11:19:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: mickf@mail.com (Micheal G. Finkle)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com



Crazybone,Huntclub Steelrim. Nobody claimed us but they did use us. I believe after all these years the men of these teams should be recognized. I also need some closure or something and would be honored to be contacted by whatever is left of theses fine men I served with. Names are hard to remember but I will try. Doc Eisenbraun, Carter, Green, Tex, Musselmen,Hunter, Kelly,S/Sgt Donner, Lt. Mc Donald,Wilkens. Why this stays foremost in my mind I don't know but it needs to be resolved somehow or someway. I have pride but this also seems to be my biggest sin, so is pride whats this about? Should't we be able to kill the past as we killed the enemy? Confusion of some nature seems to be our dilemma and this is my first attempt at resolving it. I Hate the world and most things in it but the spirit that stands forth in its many different expression through my life have kept me fed and alive. Spirituality was first found in the USMC and the men I shared it with. It was profound and I confess I know little else about it. Please respound if you share this or remember the aforementioned teams . Origanally 3rd Recon then detached BLT to 2/26 And then to 1st Recon An Hoa. God Bless.


Date Posted: May 01 2000

ID#: 0042



10:20 AM 4/23/00
Subj: Locate James M. Schomer

Date: 04/22/2000 11:33:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: fcavazos@lightspeed.net (Freddie Cavazos)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com



I am trying to locate James M. Shomer. He was my patrol leader in 1968. We were both with the team "Early Flower". We were both wounded on Aug. 1, 1968 and I havn't seen him since. I have been able to locate our corpman, Ted Rutkowski, after 32 years and would really like to get in touch with Jim. If you do happen to read this Jim, you can call me anytime at 1-800-468-4301 ext:1089 or e-mail me at fmcavazos@lightspeed.com or fmcavazos@hotmail.com. Semper
Fi!!


Date Posted: Apr 18 2000

ID#: 0041



10:56 AM 4/18/00
Subj: Locate Jerry Freitag

Date: 04/17/2000 4:44:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: EFitzgerald@USFarathane.com (Fitzgerald, Edward)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com ('MsgReconWeb@Aol.com')



Trying to locate Jerry Freitag "A" company 1966-1967. Aunt Dorothy wondering how he is.



Date Posted: Apr 13 2000

ID#: 0039



12:30 PM 4/13/00
Subj: I have a name of a man that past away and he told some that he was In Alpha Company 3rd Recon Bn.

Date: 04/12/2000 2:27:35 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: rj82440@worldnet.att.net (Richard Jacques)
To: MsgReconWeb@Aol.com



Robert "Bulldog" Brelle,
United States Marine Corps
with A Co, 3rd Recon Bn.
This info was pass to me by Chris Stirling...I went looking for him on your roster for Alpha Company but he don't show...so I'm not sure if he is a wantabee...
He didn't apply before he past but I thought that someone in Alpha Company may have known him...
How would I post this ;
Seeking anyone that knew Robert "Bulldog" Brelle from Alpha Company 3rd Recon Bn.

If some does know him would he be added to final taps?

Always Faithful to God,Country and Our Corps
Duty,Honor,Country
Ricardo aka MillRatVN Jacques
Former Staff Sergeant of Marines



Date Posted: Apr 13 2000

ID#: 0038



12:26 PM 4/13/00
Subj: Re: Web Photo Gallery

Date: 04/13/2000 11:22:23 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: MsgReconWeb


Web Photo Gallery Now Active

Looking For More Photos



All Pictures should be scanned and saved at 150dpi / 50% compression / export .jpg files. A main photo of you for Gallery then description, as for the other photo's, a timeframe, location, and any notes or comments. As sample view the Gallery.

Instructions for Photos

Scanning New Photo:
1.Scan as best color Photo.
2.Go to File, Save As, select JPEG (.jpg).
3.A file quality screen should appear (it may appear as Compression or Export) High quality (Large File) - Low quality (small) file, set it at 50% or halfway.
4. Your done, email photo with info.

Photo Already Saved:
1.Access (double click )photo, Photo appears in your picture software.
2. Follow Steps 2 & 3 above.
3. Your done, email photo with info.


SF


Date Posted: Feb 17 2000

ID#: 0016
 
 


4:17 PM 2/17/00
Subj: MOVING VIETNAM WALL SCHEDULE
From: MsgReconWeb@aol.com
 

SCHEDULE FOR WALL A

04/16-04/23 Tombstone, Arizona
04/27-05/02 Siloam Springs, Arkansas
05/05-05/11 Greenville, Mississippi
05/14-05/20 Bloomington, Illinois
05/26-06/05 Atlanta, Georgia
06/09-06/15 Zanesville, Ohio
06/22-06/26 Canton, Michigan
 

SCHEDULE FOR WALL B

04/03-04/09 Melbourne, Florida
04/12-04/18 Plant City, Florida
04/20-04/26 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
04/29-05/05 Barnwell, South Carolina
05/08-05/21 Cleveland, Ohio
05/23-05/29 Kirtland, Ohio
06/05-06/11 Lawrence, Indiana
 

SCHEDULE FOR WALL C

05/04-05/10 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
05/14-05/20 Hot Springs, Arkansas
05/29-06/04 Rancho Palos Verdes, California
06/12-06/18 Provo, Utah
06/22-06/28 Boise, Idaho
07/02-07/08 Watertown, South Dakota

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Date Posted: June xx 2000

ID#: 006x












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