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For those Navy Hospital Corpsmen who served in the United States Navy and/or the United States Marine Corps.

Veterans: 133
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Fleet Marine Force Service medal/ribbon

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Comment by Robert Gregory Baker on May 29, 2018 at 12:46pm

how is everyone doing ?

Comment by Eric Cooper on March 18, 2017 at 2:20pm

I went to "A" School in Great Lakes in 2009, then went to Fleet Medical Training Battalion in Camp Pendleton in 2010. I was stationed at Naval Hospital Bremerton from 2010-2012 and Naval Hospital Rota from 2012-2014. Never went on any deployments.

Comment by Terry C. Gremillion on February 24, 2017 at 11:54pm

I went to Hospital Corpsman "A" School in San Diego in 1984.  I served as a Reservist for 12 years.  I was affiliated with Reserve units attached to NAVHOSP CHERRY POINT, Fleet Hospital, NAVHOSP PENCLA, and a Marine Corps Reserve unit out of Baton Rouge, LA.

Comment by Gregory Eastom on July 17, 2016 at 5:26pm
I went to my A school at Great Lakes in 1984, I went to 8404 training at Camp Lejune in 1984 before being assigned to Naval Hospital Orlando Florida emergency room until 1986 when I was transferred to Camp Pendleton assigned to echo 2/1 until 1988 when I got my honorable discharge! I re-enlisted for 2 years to be ships company on the USS Fort Fisher LSD 40 and I got my honorable discharge in 1991 when I was hired as a Medical Technical Assistant (MTA) with the California Department of Corrections and I retired on my 50th birthday in 2014! I am curious if there is anyone here that served during some of the same times as I did
Comment by Fred Russell Crowder on April 25, 2016 at 6:48pm
Michael Marquette: Yes, Mary was a great nurse. She was on the day shift when I worked on Ward "N". Our wad docs were LCDRs Klofkorn and Davies. Ran into Dr Klofkorn 3 years later at Balboa and even a few years later I ran into Dr Davies back at Bremerton. Had a lot of great days at Bremerton and even more when I did reserve duty there and the new hospital which was dedicated in 1980 or 1981. I hated the night security duty when you to do rounds throughout the compound
Comment by Michael M. Marquette on April 25, 2016 at 11:06am

USNHCS 10/6/67-2/1/68  SAN DIEGO

I WAS STATIONED AT NAVHOSPBREMWASH MARCH - OCTOBER 1968 THEN ON TO VIETNAM.  I WAS ON WARD N WHILE IN BREMERTON AND MARY BOEHME AND I BECAME GOOD FRIENDS AS A RESULT OF WORKING TOGETHER ON THE NIGHT SHIFT.  SHE WAS MY MORAL SUPPORT WHILE I WAS IN VIETNAM.  WE STAYED IN TOUCH AFTERWARDS FOR SEVERAL YEARS THEN LOST CONTACT.  I REMEMBER CAPT. BROWN. SCOTT MCCREEDY, LCDR, WAS WARD N MEDICAL OFFICER.  WHILE I WAS

VISITING A FRIEND FROM BREMERTON IN KALISPELL, MT, HE GAVE ME A SURPRISE MEETING WITH DR. MCCREEDY AT THE HOSPITAL THERE.  THIS WAS IN 1991.  IT IS NICE TO HEAR FROM THOSE FROM MY NAVY DAYS.

Comment by Fred Russell Crowder on April 23, 2016 at 9:16pm
Richard Doggett: I was stationed at Bremerton in 71 until Feb 72 when I transferred to Naval Dispensary, Seattle with Captain Roy Brown who was previously at Brememrton. He was one hell of a great CO there in Seattle while he was by the book in Bremerton.

Wonder if you knew nurse Mary Boehme from Ward "N".

Also Tony Morrell, Jerry Sobrero, Tom Burn, John House, Wally Mattern, HMCS Lau, HMCS Coombs and many others
Comment by James B. Johnson on April 23, 2016 at 10:37am

Hi Fred, The HMCS Dahlke I knew was William (Bill) Dahlke.

I recall the name of Captain Hunter during my time at HCS San Diego but, don't remember if he was current or former CO at that time.

Comment by Fred Russell Crowder on April 23, 2016 at 1:36am
James B. Johnson: What was the first name of HMCS Dahlke. I went to X-ray school with a Fred Dahlke but he couldn't have made HMCS in 4 years from a HM2. He wasn't at NH Guam in late 76-August 78
Comment by Fred Russell Crowder on April 23, 2016 at 1:16am
Went through "A" School from Jan through May 1971 at HCS San Diego. Barracks was 125 right above the club and in front of the hello pad., I was one of 3 who were older then 21. Remember bringing cases of beer and hiding it under the barracks. Those were the days with Captain Hunter. Also had him as CO 3 years later when I was in X-Ray school. Got called into his office with Security one day for an apparent charge of destruction of a pub in Scotland. Never was stationed anywhere except boot camp, Nav Sta San Diego, Bremerton, and Seattle. Had been given my rights and told I might end up in the brig until I asked how could I have done it since I was never stationed in Scotland. There was another Fred Crowder who was also transferred to San Diego but held at Nav Sta 32nd Street about the same time I was TAD there awaiting my school. Once Captain Hunter realized the screw up, he apologized, dismissed me from his office , but Security was held there and heard that the Security Officer got his ass reamed for allowing charges to go forward without checking my service record History of Assignments. Funny now but I was scared shitless when in his office.
 

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