Welcome to FMF Doc's Old
HM3(SW) John m. Gilligan
Served Mar86 to Mar90
This is a great web site.Look forward to enjoying
it for a long time. THANKS!!!!
I WAS A CORPSMAN ATTACHED TO 2/27, 1968.
THANKS FOR YOUR PAGE.
joined 2/3 in Okinawa dec '65 went to subic and on to nam landed RSVN
operation double eagle.....
plt cmdrLT. john Kopka......stayed with 2/3 until rotation (13 months) miss
all my buddies.......specially Tom J. Holden who didn't make it KIA in quang
Nam 10/22/66 John Kopka if you read this e-mail me...would lke to hear from
Thanks, Doc. From a Korean 'Conflict' vet.
Thanks for visiting my (very primitive) web page and inviting me here.
You have a really great page and offer a wealth of information. Keep up the
good work. For having been allowed to serve with the officers and enlisted
personnel of the US Navy Hospital Corps and those attached to the Fleet Marine
Force, I am truly a lucky and fortunate man.
Semper Fi, Doc
Your Outstanding 4.0 Web Page
If you paid yourself minimum wage per hour for making this net webpage,
you would be close to a millionaire.
Your imagination leaves nothing to be desired.
I am proud that I was, and continue to be, on your fightin side!
tu amigo, Erasmo
Gerry DOC March
guest sign in
I joined in 4-65 and went to Balboa corps school that summer. OR tech
school then duty at Pt Mugu calif. FMF school march to aug 66. Broke my arm
in training so went to 11th eng at pendleton instead of 1/9 or 2/9 with most
of my classmates. In country 11-66. Transferred to 2/3 1-67. Hill battles
and Operation Buffalo are 2 of 27 operations we did as special landing force
bravo. Purple heart for 881N 5may67. I miss my Marines in the best/worst
way. Semper Fi Do or Die, DOC
Alfredo Del Valle HM2/USN/EMT-P
your web page
Hey Skip. You have done a wonderful job. There are several people
here I must tell. Very few times you see something good adour Corpsmen. Thank
P.S. SEE IF ONE OF YOUR CRONIES KNOW WHAT NEC
Robyn Del Valle
This web page is fantastic Dad!! Now I know why the family says that
you are always on the computer! I am very proud of the new awards, but I
am not surprised. If everyone out there had your dedication, heart, and memory
we would not be doomed to repeat our past. I love you! Love, your daughter
and wife of a dedicated corpsman, Robyn.
HM2(FMF) DiMASCIO, 1ST MARDIV
OUTSTANDING SITE. TO ALL THAT ARE, THAT HAVE BEEN, OR EVER WILL BE. . . THE
Doc Rich Medved
Hi! This page is awsome!!!
I was a platoon corpsman in A/1/1 and C/1/1 65-66. I went over with the battalion
when it mounted out in Aug 65 and returned home (to a sea billet on the East
coast) in Sep 66. In between I also spent a few months at 1/1's Battalion
Doc Rich Medved
Harry Penny HMC(AC)USN(Ret)
Skip- just stopped by for a cup and catching your updated log. Lots
of good stuff since my last visit. Your site is a great tribute to all of
us who have
Thanx Doc, Good Site, Nifty Graphics. Hope to get a site up of my
Cheryl gave me your url, nice work and graphics, thanks for all you Doc's
did for us grunts when we were hurt. Semper Fidelis, Bos~
You have added some new graphics Very nice!!!
When I get back from my differant escapades I shall add more to mine.
Doc Tony Faville
Skip- Great to see that you got a guestbook up and running here, let
alone a great site for all of us Corpsmen. The stronger the presence we have
here on the web, the stronger our brotherhood becomes.
Semper Fi brother,
Really like you New web page. It look's great and I know your proud
to have been a FMF Corpsman, but you need to spend more time on your yard.
The grass is getting too high and needs cutting. Love, Mrs FMF DOC
Cecil W. Vernon
You new home page
Outstanding website--you have laid it out beautiful and is a real
tribute to USMC corpsmen.
I will link your site to mine in the next couple of days.
Can you please change the name of my site from Veteran's Voice to
The Veteran's Force of America
Roger M Anderson
Really nice page or is it a book? I like it and hope I to can someday
do as well. I understand it is an ongoing project but how long has it taking
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