M*CARBO Brotherhood

The Brotherhood Veterans

I would like to make a list of Brotherhood Veterans. For those of you willing to contribute to this list, I am going to make this a wiki post, so you can edit and list your name and service info.
Thanks to all of you.
To add yourself to the list click on edit below. Add appropriate new line # following the previous line # and add your info.

  1. @DivaMarie - Mauk ABF-3 Viet Nam 66-68 Operations’
    Deck House 1&2 and Hastings 1-3.
    Princeton LPH 5

  2. @Kona - United States Army. 3/7th Cavalry, 3rd Infantry Division, Ft. Stewart, GA. 91W Combat Medic 2002-2006. OIF3 veteran.

  3. @TomT United States Marine Corps 75-79 Bravo Company 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division

  4. @dave67 - United States Army 86-90 (96D Imagery Analyst), 29th Engineer Battalion, Ft. Shafter, HI detached 548th Reconnaissance Technical Group, Hickam AFB, HI.

  5. @rudecollins - United States Army,79-82, 11c2p,csc2/504 airborne infantry battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, N.C.

  6. @Wedge - US Navy, '87-09. Enlisted Nuke MM, USNA, Helo pilot.

  7. @DocA United States Navy, Hospital Corpsman (8404/FMF), active duty 1985-1989. Served at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, NC and Fox Co 2nd Battalion 2nd Marines 2nd Marine Division. Went back to active reserves during Desert Storm in 1991.

  8. @Ironbutt70 US Army 69-71. USATSCHFE. CH-47 crew chief.

  9. @jw3104 US Navy Hospital Corpsman 1984- 2004. Stationed Bremerton, Guam, Bethesda

  10. @rudecollins United States Army,79-82, 11c2p,csc2/504 airborne infantry battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, N.C.

  11. @PershingIIVet U.S. Army 1989 - 1993.
    46N Pershing II Electrical/Mechanical Repairer, Ulm, Germany.
    68Q Avionic Flight Systems Repairer, Fort Hood, Texas.

  12. @Timmy6216 United States Marine Corps 2003 to 2013. Rank of Sergeant. C-130 power plants mechanic rifle range instructor welder. Okinawa Japan and Cherry Point North Carolina

  13. @1divenut
    USAF 1967 - 1974 Aircraft Maintenance
    431 - School - Sheppard
    43131A - VT-29 Kessler 1968
    43151A Recip - C7A - CRB RVN 1969
    43171E Multi Jet - Charleston 1970 - 1974 - C-141A Master Crew Chief; C5A Master Crew Chief

  14. @DirtSalior U S Navy Seabees 1968 to 1994 on active duty.

  15. @Reb U.S.Navy 1971-1979. Vietnam 1972.

  16. @LarrySr United States Marine Corp 1966-1970 Vietnam 67-68 E Co 2/5

  17. @DannyJo USN 3/75-1/77 OS radar in CIC on USS Sylvania AFS2

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to-all-the-veterans-having-to-work-on-veterans-day-meme

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Thank you all for your service, sacrifices and dedication to OUR country in keeping us free. My favorite “holiday”!

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United States Army,79-82, 11c2p,csc2/504 airborne infantry battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, N.C.

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Bump so others who haven’t seen this post can add their info.

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I’m cool with it. Just no real names, please.

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Retired US Navy Corpsman 1984 - 2004.

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Well, smack that edit button and get yourself on the list, soldier…er…corpsman! :+1:

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U.S. Army 1989 - 1993.
46N Pershing II Electrical/Mechanical Repairer, Ulm, Germany.
68Q Avionic Flight Systems Repairer, Fort Hood, Texas.

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United States Marine Corps 2003 to 2013. Rank of Sergeant. C-130 power plants mechanic rifle range instructor welder. Okinawa Japan and Cherry Point North Carolina

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USAF 1967 - 1974 Aircraft Maintenance
431 - School - Sheppard
43131A - VT-29 Kessler 1968
43151A Recip - C7A - CRB RVN 1969
43171E Multi Jet - Charleston 1970 - 1974 - C-141A Master Crew Chief; C5A Master Crew Chief

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U S Navy Seabees 1968 to 1994 on active duty, Spent 18 out of 26 years overseas. To many duty stations to list or remember. Should have stayed for 30 years ! I never put 1 foot on a ship.

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I planned to stay in and apply to be a C5A Flight Engineer. My wife said she was tired of the AF Life so I got out, we moved back home…and divorced. I guess it worked out for me. I got into Industrial Hydraulics and have been working in it since 1974. 71 and still at it.

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U.S.Navy 1971-1979. Vietnam 1972.

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I would like to say a quick thank you to the members who have recently added their service to this list. :+1:

And as always “THANK YOU”! to each and every one of you, for your service to our country.

It is because of you that civilians like myself, and all Americans, wake up in the greatest country on the planet every day.

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Thank for keeping those ‘130’s churning and burning. My father was in Nam 1966-1973 as a flight engineer (C-130 A, B and E models) in the US Air Force stationed at Clark AFB, Philippeans.

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I’ve been to Clark. I’m an f r T & J PowerPlant mechanic well I guess I used to be I miss the old girls some about a Herky bird

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Kind of a sad day for me, the Marine Corps is doing away with the Tank Battalions in exchange for more arty and other hi tech crap. I spent my four years in the Corps in B Company 2nd Tanks drinking the contaminated water at Camp LeJeune but that is another story. Never operated the M1A1 just the M60A1 but if you want to put fear into a grunts heart roll a bunch of tanks at em.

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@TomT
I wonder if they will end up regretting that.
A little like the F-4 Phantom being all missile fighter, and not having a cannon maybe.

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