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|Mahoney, Stephen||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||BM2||LCM||Sep 1968 – Jun 19, 1972||Spent 4 years in the Unit. Deployed 3 times to Viet Nam aboard USS DUBUQUE, USS OGDEN, AND USS DULUTH with a great bunch of old salts. Learned a lot from Jim Flavin. Enjoyed the entire time. Been back to visit twice.|
|Mandoske, Keith||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||EN2||LCM Boat Group 1 and 3||Nov 1983 – Aug 1987|
|Mann, Philip||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||MR FN||hull teck||1976 – Jun 8, 1980||1 tour Lojawa animal and 1 tour enewetok radcon monitor. the rest in the machine shop at Coronado. The legion magazine said theres only 323 left of us. Add one more im still here.|
|Marquez, Raul||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||EN 3||acu-1 westpac coronado california mike'8's||Dec 15, 1968 – Sep 15, 1972||, my first tour was in Jan..1969 to Subic bay,then to white beach Okinawa at Camp Hague,did 3 tours on the Float on board Vancover,Duluth,Anchorage,and Dubuque, Feb,-Aug 1972 in Subic bay,saw the New Jersey and big E|
|McGuire, Doug||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||BM1(SW)||LCU and LCM Divisions||Apr 9, 1987 – Sep 20, 1991||Anybody out there?|
|Mertz, Bob||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||FT 2||fox||Sep 8, 1955 – May 26, 1958||great ship --great experience--|
|Miller, Robert||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||EN-1||ac div 13 and acu-1||Nov 7, 1967 – Apr 1974||first boat was lcu 1476 out of boot in danang then various lcu's and lcm-8's|
|Milligan, John||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||Harry e yarnell||OI||Sep 1992 – 1993|
|Mireur, Joe||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||RM3||radio||Jan 1970 –|
|Morgan, Bob||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||BM1||leu||Jan 1, 1967 – Nov 1, 1970|
|Morgan, Bob||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||SN||deck||1966 – 1967|
|Mulloy, John||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||FT2||2nd||1979 – 1981||I remember getting along better with the gunnersmates than the firecontrol techs.|
|Manion, John||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||QM2||Landing Craft||Apr 20, 1984 – Apr 1, 1986||I had cruises with LCU-1653, BMC White and others. I made three Med cruises. USS Hermitage LSD-34, USS Austin and various other LSD's. I AM SEEKING A CRUISEBOOK FROM 1984-1986, CAN ANYONE HELP?|
|Maybery, Phillip||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||BMC/SW||Landing Craft||Sep 1987 – Jan 31, 1990|
|Miller, John||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||EN2||LCU 1610 and LCU 1490||May 1964 – Jun 1968||Served on 1490 during the Dominican Republic conflict in 1965 under ADM John S. McCain.Served with EN1 Fortenberry. Served with EN1 Cotton on 1610. Arrived a FN and departed EN2.|
|Mills, Wayne||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||BMC||LCU||Aug 8, 2007 – Jan 31, 2011||Craftmaster of LCU-1660. Deployed into harms way, did the jobs and brought my crew home. Started the Craftmaster School at FT Eustis, and retired. Working here as the Civilian Instructor. The watch stands relieved.|
|Moran, David||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||RM3/RM2||LCU Communicator/Navigator||1972 – 1974||Served on various LCUs (Landing Craft Utility).|
|Morgan, Linda||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||PC3||Admin||Sep 1986 – Jan 1988|
|Matthews, Bryan "Skinny B"||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||GSM2(SW)||DET 5||Nov 2004 – Jan 2008||I'd do it all over again!|
|Meck, Ronald James||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||GM3||Operations||Dec 5, 1999 – Aug 26, 2001|
|Melton, David||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||OS2||Ops/Training||Jul 1989 – Dec 1994||Good friends,good times/good memories..StarChief Monroe What up Hoyt?? BMC Cook.. what up Franklin?? GS1 Waters???What up Steve I mean petty officerLOL GS3 Passmore..What up Ryan??|
|Metcalf, Charles||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||GSEC||Sea and Shore||Mar 1994 – Oct 4, 2001||Keep it centered and watch those bumpers! Hey guys just checking in to see who is out there.|
|Mier, Patrick||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||DCC||Training||Aug 2008 – Mar 2010||Allot of fun without the driving, sad. Training the future drivers|
|Mills, Wayne||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||BM2||LCAC 15, LCAC 27, LCAC 86||Sep 16, 1994 – Nov 1997||A Fun command, QMCM Bob Smith get ahold of me!|
|Morelli, Scott (Moe)||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||MM3||56B||Aug 1996 – May 1999||Was in 56B and then transferred to Hydraulic shop to conduct supply for the 2 shops.|
|MacIas, Albert||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||HT3||11th MEU||Jan 1994 – Jul 1994||This was my last West Pac in the Navy before I got out. Although I was a visitor on board and not part of ships company, looking back, I had a great memorable time. Beer day was great. Almost made two beer days in a row|
|Martin, Nathan||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||HT2||Nov 11, 2001 – Oct 30, 2006|
|Martin, Ronald||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||FA||Detachment "Charlie"||Sep 12, 1993 – Apr 18, 1995||Served on LCAC's 42,48, and 63.WestPac to Sasebo, Japan. Also went to Panama City,Florida to pick up new LCAC's, returning to Camp Pendleton on USS Boxer. Panal Canal was cool. Went to GSM"A" school after ACU-5.|
|Mier, Patrick||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||DCC||Craftmaster||Jan 2002 – Jul 2008||Steep learning curve command. So much fun and challenging|
|Mitchell, James||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||PO3/GSM||Engineering||Mar 1, 2003 – Mar 21, 2006|
|Maedke, Dale Cal||USS Melville (AD 2)||MM2C||USNR||1943 – 1945|
|MacKo, William "bill"||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||BAKER 1ST CLASS||May 1, 1943 – Apr 5, 1946||How many of us are left? Is the ship still in operation? Is Watson (baker - of American Indian descent) still alive - he was my buddy.|
|Malin, Don||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||MM 1||Engineering||1941 – 1945||This is for my father. From Rochester,NY. worked for Eastman Kodak prior to the war. Worked as a lens grinder. Talked often of the Dobbins, but nothing of the war. Died 3-78|
|Mc Coy, Herman Paul||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||CHIEF WARRENT OFFICER||Gunnery||Dec 7, 1941 –||H. P. Mc Coy was my father and passed away December 11, 1999. Date he reported aboard the Dobbin is unknown but he was attached durring the Attack on December 7th, 1941.|
|McConnell, Jr., H.l.||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||seaman||seaman||Apr 1, 1945 – Mar 1, 1947|
|McDaniel, Marvin Aka Mac||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||He was a junior, only 17 at the time||Repair, Plumer||Jun 1940 – 1941||I am the grand daughter of Marvin MCDaniel, I was looking for any information or memories of my belated grandfather. He was good friends with an All Wheeler, he also has mention a CR Skinner, an older scotchman.|
|McDonald, Brooks H.||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||Dec 7, 1941 –||Entered for my Dad who passed away in 1985.|
|Moore, John L.||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||Ship's Bugler||Unknown||1945 – 1946||Entered on behalf of my father-in-law, who lives in Tulsa, OK. Currently seeking VA disability for ailments due to asbestos exposure. Any other former crew member had any success with this type of effort?|
|Moores, Arthur||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||ELECTRICIAN||1941 –||I AM WRITING THIS ON BEHALF OF MY FATHER-IN-LAW WHO WAS SERVING ON THE USS DOBBIN WHILE PEARL HARBOR WAS ATTACKED. HE DIED ON FEB. 16, 2007|
|Morgan, Tony||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||HT2||R-1||Jan 15, 1989 – Jan 24, 1993||went to desert storm|