Koh Tang Mayaguez Vets Organization Guest Book

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705) Joel Coble 
Location:
Dublin, GA
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Thursday, March 12, 2015 08:14 Host: Send E-mail

My father was Maj John Coble. He was the A/C for Spectre 61 during the events of May 12-15, 1975. Maj Coble passed in June of 2013, and is buried in the Veterans Cemetery in Canton, GA.

Only once did my father ever speak of the Mayaguez with me, and then, only briefly. Likewise, with all of his experiences in Viet Nam.

I'm so thankful to the people who have made this web site possible. I've read ALL of the guestbook, and many of the documents. This web site is a tremendous gift to future generations.
704) Lance coporal c. Blades 
Location:
Tulsa okla
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Sunday, March 1, 2015 10:24 Host: Send E-mail

I my unit was the 2nd bat 12th marines fox battery out camp Hague Okinawa Japan we were attached to 3 bat 9th marines in 1975 April a bat landing team we were put on alert for the mayaquez while aboard the uss Tuscaloosa also we were in operation frequent winds off the coast of Vietnam this operation involved over fifty us navy ships my condolence goes out to all military personel involved in both operations simper fi 3rd mar div
703) Freddie Hare USAF Ret. 
Location:
Conway AR.
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Monday, February 23, 2015 20:26 Host: Send E-mail

My crew was tasked to pick up the USAF Police killed in the Helo. I was 20 years old and had hauled supplies in support all day. We land at NKP early AM but was unaware of what we where to pick up. I remember seeing the loader coming down the ramp and was my first KIA's. What a sad morning. It's hard to loose friends something I've had to do more than I want to think of. I want to thank all of you seems end of a war no gratitude but I have thought of that day many times.
702) Rhonda Graniel breedlove 
Location:
Twentynine Palms Ca
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Tuesday, February 3, 2015 22:22 Host: Send E-mail

I am Charlie Robb's niece. Just wanted to say thank you to each and every one of you for your dedication and service to our country.
701) Robert VanderMolen 
Location:
MI
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Tuesday, February 3, 2015 11:03 Host: Send E-mail

Charlies widow is setting up a location for his funeral with I will post asap.
Meanwhile Any cards or donations can be sent to his wife,Mary. They aren't rich people and could us some help.
Address is
330 Marvin Way
Auburn CAL 95603
Thanks & Semper-Fi
700) Larry Branson 
Location:
Casa Grande, Az
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Monday, February 2, 2015 11:31 Host: Send E-mail

Charlie was a really good guy back in 2/9. Really enjoyed some good talks and joking around with him and Dan Kinner
699) Robert VanderMolen 
Location:
MI
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Monday, February 2, 2015 08:39 Host: Send E-mail

We lost a Brother yesterday,1/31/15.
Charlie Robb,H&S 81's 2/9 3MarDiv 75.
He will be missed.
698) Robert VanderMolen 
Location:
MI
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Tuesday, January 27, 2015 16:47 Host: Send E-mail

People,we have one of ours Brothers in trouble with cancer.
Charlie Robb H&S 2/9 81's. He could use our thoughts and prayers. He is one of a kind always caring for All of us. A hell of a person. He's at a VA hospital fighting for his life and really needs our support.
His e-mail address is charlierobb@prodigy.net drop him a line and cheer him up.
Semper-Fi & Thank-you
697) LCpl James L Taylor jr 
Location:
Buffalo,NY,14208
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Tuesday, January 20, 2015 19:10 Host: Send E-mail

I'm 61 years old do not have much time. I live well after my hich with the Marine Corp the best thing to have happen to myself. I was with H&SCo 106iplt, i've been looking for you all. At last I've found you. I was at Utapao air base during the Mayaguez incident. Would like to talk, have some pitcures.

/** Great talking to you James. It is hard to believe 40 years have passed. Glad you found the Koh Tang Mayaguez Veterans Organization and that we were able to assist you in finding one of your Marine Corps friends.
696) James W. Draper 
Location:
Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015 13:44 Host: Send E-mail

And the final portion:

Let me reiterate that I deeply appreciate all the interest expressed in visiting our museum for the 40th anniversary. My invitation stands. Our temporary exhibit on the 100-year history of the aircraft carrier – entitled “Taking the Seas: Rise of the American Aircraft Carrier” – has been extended to July 19. Please contact me if you should have any questions or concerns. I look forward to the 40th anniversary. Take care.
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