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Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

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  • Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

    Looking for anyone who was stationed at Marble Mountain with H&MS-16 from June 1, 1969 - June 30, 1970 and anyone with HML-267 in California 1968-1969.
    Last edited by JWBentz; 05-26-2012, 10:13. Reason: mistake with years

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    Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

    I was at CamPen when VMO-5 became HML-267 in 68. Spent most of 69 in VMO-2, MMAF, flying OV-10s.

    Lanny Ingvoldstad

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      Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

      I was stationed with HML-267 after I got out of flight school June 1969 till late Nov. 1969 when I went to HML-167 at Marble Mountain. While I was with HML-267 I coached the squadron tackle football team to the West Coast Championship with a 14-0 record. Do you know any of the Marines from the team?
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        Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

        Hello
        I was assigned to H&MS 16 during that time frame. I came to Marble Mtn and the Group in the Spring of 1969. I had been assigned as the 1st MAW Liaison NCO at Camp Hansen Okinawa.
        I got hijacked on my my for third tour in 1st Maw. Pulled off aircraft for a six month TDY detail greeting RVN bound flights and getting names and mos information for the Wing G-1 shop. I was promised choice of assignment to any in country unit after completing the TDY.
        My actual assignment in H&Ms 16 was group supply. Travelled to various units to teach younger Marines new Navy Supply procdures. The promoted to Ssgt and sent to Mag 32 Beufort, SC to
        work on the AV8A Harrier Project.
        John Bell
        USMC 1965-1974 Ssgt
        USAF 1974-1976 Tsgt C-141 Loadmaster
        US ARMY 1977-1988 Ssg Hospital Health Systems Programmer/Technician

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          Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

          JD Walluk HML-267 avionics. Just spoke with GS Martin from H&MS-16 last weekend. jdwalluk@yahoo.com

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            Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

            Originally posted by JWBentz View Post
            Looking for anyone who was stationed at Marble Mountain with H&MS-16 from June 1, 1969 - June 30, 1970 and anyone with HML-267 in California 1968-1969.
            I was in Pendleton to learn about the OV-10s right after school in 1968 ( around may or june ). Left there for New River where I was the only person who had seen an Ov-10. Left there and joined HML-167 in Jan of 1969 and departed for the states in Dec. 1969.

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              Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

              I remember you Allyn Hinton. Did you play with the Hml-167 football on the beach? I have a few pics of one of our games.

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                Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

                All the squadrons had a flag football team. I played on the 167 team Sep. to Nov. 1970

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                  Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

                  Allyn were you not in country in '69? I am sure I remember you from somewhere.

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                    Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

                    Here is where I was during my 12 years on active duty:

                    Feb-Aug. 1968 Basic School, Quantico, VA
                    Sept 1968 to May 1969 Flight School, Fort Wolter TX and Hunter AAF, GA
                    Jun-Nov. 1969 HML-267 Camp Pendleton, CA
                    Dec. 1969 to Dec. 1970 HML-167 Marble Mountain Vietnam
                    Jan. 1971 to May 1972 MACG-28 and MASS-1 Cherry Point, NC
                    June 1972-May 1973 VT-9 and VT-7 NAS Meridian, MS
                    June 1973 to Dec. 1974 VMGR-252 Cherry Point, NC
                    Jan. 1975 to March 1976 VMGR-152 Futema, Okinawa
                    March 1976 to June 1980 VMGR-252, and MAG-14 S-4 Officer Cherry Point, NC

                    If you have ever been to a Pop A Smoke Reunion I'm the guy in the vendors area selling squadron patches. Do I have your name and address for the HML-167 Squadron Roster.

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                      Re: Marble Mountain - 1969-1970 - H&MS-16 HML-267 personnel

                      Originally posted by Allyn Hinton View Post
                      Here is where I was during my 12 years on active duty:

                      Feb-Aug. 1968 Basic School, Quantico, VA
                      Sept 1968 to May 1969 Flight School, Fort Wolter TX and Hunter AAF, GA
                      Jun-Nov. 1969 HML-267 Camp Pendleton, CA
                      Dec. 1969 to Dec. 1970 HML-167 Marble Mountain Vietnam
                      Jan. 1971 to May 1972 MACG-28 and MASS-1 Cherry Point, NC
                      June 1972-May 1973 VT-9 and VT-7 NAS Meridian, MS
                      June 1973 to Dec. 1974 VMGR-252 Cherry Point, NC
                      Jan. 1975 to March 1976 VMGR-152 Futema, Okinawa
                      March 1976 to June 1980 VMGR-252, and MAG-14 S-4 Officer Cherry Point, NC

                      If you have ever been to a Pop A Smoke Reunion I'm the guy in the vendors area selling squadron patches. Do I have your name and address for the HML-167 Squadron Roster.
                      Seems we were in HML 167 for a short time together in Dec. '69. I got my orders home on Christmas day '69. I was night NCOIC of hydraulic shop night crew.
                      Yes I receive your HML 167 reunion information letters. Have not been able to attend any as of yet but would really like to.

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                        I was with H&MS-11 Avionics from March 69 until March 70, but had several TADs to the H&MS-16 Avionics shop to work on APR-27s. I ran into a high school classmate there, Eddie Gamble from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Anyone remember him?

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                          I was with H&MS 16 in the parachute loft (sans parachutes) from late 1968 to about October 1969 when I was transferred to Iwakuni, Japan. I was a gunner with HMM 263 during the summer of 1969. I can't believe there was organized football when I was there and I was never aware of it. I played ball at Santa Ana airbase before I went overseas.

                          Mike
                          Last edited by sododag; 05-12-2015, 18:22.

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