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Lcpl Delhaes. Enlisted Dec. 2014. Went to MCRD SAN DIEGO, India Co. 3rd Battalion. Then went to Camp Pendleton in Mar. 2015, Golf Co. 3rd Battalion. After that, went to Pensacola in Apr. 2015. There studied the MOS 6300. Finished in Oct. 2015. Once done with that, had to train in Sierra Vista, finished the last bit of training in Jan. 2016. Finally earned the the whole MOS 6314
1st Mar Div. 7th Engineer Battalion
MCRD Camp Pendleton
Old Breed Detachment #767
CPL Joesph Jader
July 24th 2006 MCRD SAN DIEGO/ to
MAY 15th 2012 - MAG-11 was the last
unit I was with when got my honorable
discharge. OIF Marine Tactical Air
Command Squadron 48. July 2007 to
25th January 2008, OORAH
Harrier engine mechanic/6212
Lcpl. Thompson ; Bootcamp...Fox Co. Plt. 2089..San Diego ; 1/3 Marines(K-bay); Desert Storm Combat Veteran....89-92....Honorable Hardship discharge (Mother had terminal illness); Bad Ass ....Sawgunner, now I am Veterans advocate and Az Semper Fi Vet
MCRD S.D. October 1st 1961 "B" 1-1 1962-1963 "F" 2/9 1963-1964 11th Marines Base M.P. 1964-1966 B
I was an 0411 Marine integrated
July 64-May 68 Hollywood!
Served in SE Asia in 65-66 Charlie Co. 1st Battalion 1st Marines.
He was born in northern Minnesota in the fall of 1925. His Father fought in WW I. He Went into the Marine Corps at Camp Pendelton in 1943. He served in the Pacific theater fighting the Japs. The first island he fought on was Pelalu, going in on the second wave. His weapon was a Browning light 30 caliber. The next island he fought on was Okinawa. He said they were getting ready to go on to Japan when they heard the A Bomb was dropped. He said "God bless our President". He served and occupied Japan also. He was promoted to Corporal. In recent years he has gone to D.C. on the honor flight and seen the WW2 memorial. On occasion you will still hear him say. "Once a Marine, always a Marine".
AZ Semper Fi vets