first introduction

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Re: first introduction

Postby Petz » 27 Aug 2013, 17:11

Stark, the information should be on here to help you out. If you can't find it then please post a request in the appropriate thread and you'll get some help. Welcome aboard!
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Re: first introduction

Postby Screws3529 » 08 Jun 2014, 12:12

Hello Everyone,
I am GySgt Screws and am currently at Cherry Point. My last unit was the school house where I was an instructor for 3 years on the basic side was there from August of 2010 to August of 2014. I was able to attend the Master Instructor Program and also completed the program. I enjoyed my time there being apart of change however the change start with the Fleet Marine Force primarily us as the Chiefs taking an interest in what is being taught to the young mechanic or technician that they are calling them now days and providing our input to the school house or better yet go an instruct there and make a change within. It is not hard to introduce new things to the school house we just have to do it and be realistic when we do it. Remember most of what we learn is OJT once in the fleet and not everyone grew up with a wrench in their hand. We as NCO's and SNCO's have an obligation to our community talk to each other and pass on what we know and what we have. I am glad I found this site through a fellow SNCO and am looking forward to helping young and old alike come together in our community. Am open to questions and conversations on most anything. Like I said I am currently at Cherry Point and am from the Hubert, NC area.
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Re: first introduction

Postby SUPERMOD » 09 Jun 2014, 23:06

^^ Great to have you guns!!! We are always grateful to have new members with experience and a desire to help and serve the community. It is to our benefit that you have joined the site. If you could send me in a message the person that referred you I would appreciate it. thank you again for joining, and remember activity on the site is key! the more we post and answer posts the better off we all are. Welcome!

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Re: first introduction

Postby levigarrett505 » 06 Oct 2014, 22:36

Hello Everyone Im CM2 Sanchez With the Navy Seabees currently deoployed to Okinawa. I have some questions about the cranes on my 2 MK36s. Is there anyone out there who can help me?
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Postby SUPERMOD » 08 Oct 2014, 07:02

Hey bud. I would ask again in the 7ton section too. The introduction section won't get as much attention
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Re: first introduction

Postby zatesta » 06 Nov 2014, 11:05

Sgt Testa again. Made it back from recruiting duty and now stationed with RMC (4th ech) in Del mar. It's a different world down here and like before I'll help with what I can.
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Re: first introduction

Postby echo1er » 18 Nov 2014, 12:49

Sgt Simon
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Re: first introduction

Postby Grandpa3523 » 09 Dec 2016, 11:46

First, Sorry I didn't do the introduction part sooner but I jumped in with both feet to start answering questions....
My name is Allen, I've Been a recertified ASE Master with L-1 Advanced Engine performance for 15+ yrs. I started my wrench turning on a farm, dirt track stock car and drag racing in Oklahoma. Marine 1980-1989, held MOS's 3521-3523-0411. Yes, That was 3523, That was when they felt wrecker operators should fix the vehicle before dragging it, I get it, In combat you don't have time for that. Now I'm working RBE Maintenance at Camp Lejeune, NC. I now have 39 yrs of busted knuckles, bumped heads and hard of hearing, so I am Here to help needed. If I don't Know I'll try to find the answer and post when I can.
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Re: first introduction

Postby SUPERMOD » 12 Dec 2016, 13:12

Great to have you Sir!!! We all have or will be soon benefiting from everything you have put into the site already. thank you!
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Re: first introduction

Postby jonsey05 » 12 Jul 2017, 14:50

I use to visit this site alot but I went away for my B-Billet and now I'm back I'm glade this site is still here to learn from! Not sure why you cant access it on the Gov Computers anymore I was trying to show my Marines the other day but came up Blocked
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