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Looking for Cpl H. Crumpler

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  • Looking for Cpl H. Crumpler

    I have always wanted to thank Cpl Crumpler for all he taught me. I figure he saved my butt many many times. He was Plt 234 junior DI May-Aug 1965 at MCRD, San Diego. He and SSgt Ham were great Marines...

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    R. Kent Thompson, 2144412

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    If his nickname was Bud, I knew him in Vietnam and then in HMH-361 in Santa Ana around 71-72. He was a SSgt and in charge of S-3. Great guy and good friend. He did speak of being a drill instructor. Heard that he has passed away...R.I.P. my friend. Obie

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