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Walter Carter Email
01/23

Branch of Service or Civilian: USMC - July 1967 - April 1970

Unit Served in Viet Nam, If Any: N/A

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I recently saw the story about Chaplain Stubbe on my phone.  I'm hoping Chaplain Stubbe monitors these emails because I just want to say hello to him.  Chaplain Stubbe, I met you when you reported to the Religious Center at Parris Island in late 69 or early 70.  I'm not sure.  I was a clerk at the Religious Center and I remember you very well.  I thought highly of you.  I'm sorry for what you and the Marines at Khe Sanh had to endure.  Thanks to you and all the Marines for your service.  Best wishes.

Thomas Hanks Email
10/30/17

Branch of Service or Civilian: USMC

Unit Served in Viet Nam, If Any: Bravo - 1st Batt. - 26th Marines

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0351 I was with Bravo and H&S companies from March 1967-August 1967.

Garion Hines Email
10/28/17

Branch of Service or Civilian: USMC

Unit Served in Viet Nam, If Any: 3/27/M/Co,3/5/I/Co. 2nd CAG III,MAF CAP 2-4-4

Comments:
I had a friend who passed a few years ago,that served with 3/26 during 67/68 his MOS was 0341, Irvin Robinson, was his name. I served during 68/69 in Quang Nam Province. Cau Ha 27th Marines,An Hoa 5th Marines and Hoi An,2nd CAG III,MAF, MOS 0311....Semper Fi.

Stefan W. Zerkis Email
10/11/17

Branch of Service or Civilian: USAF

Unit Served in Viet Nam, If Any: None

Comments:
I'd want to report that Edward Michael Feldman, LT, USNR passed away on October 3, 2017. Ed served as a Navy Surgeon with the USMC at Khe Sanh. His final PCS assignment will be at the Miramar National Cemetery, 5795 Nobel Drive, San Diego. Services will be on October 17, 2017 at 12:30.

Ed and I went to and graduated college together. He then went to med school, the US Navy and Viet Nam. I went into the USAF and Korea.

Ed has always been a very good man. What he did in Viet Nam didn't really surprise me. He was a natural leader and always thought of others first and what he could do for them. We are going to miss him.
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