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John A. Holst
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  • Hendersonville, TN
  • United States
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David De Rooy left a comment for John A. Holst
"Welcome aboard John. Glad you're here. Thanks for your service to the country and your shipmates. Share memories, or photos if you can."
Mar 16
John A. Holst left a comment for John A. Holst
"I've been discharged since January of 1967. I still am very proud of my Naval service and that I was a Corpsman. Every day I wear my U.S. Navy Corpsman hat and people will stop me and comment on it. A young boy with his father asked me if I…"
Mar 16
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Profile Information

Rank
Petty Officer Third Class
Enlisted Rating
Hospital Corpsman
Where were you or your family stationed?
USNH Portsmouth,NH
First Field Service Regiment Dispensary
Camp Pendleton,California
Veteran of Foreign War
Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Honorably Discharged
Start date of your service
June 21, 1962
End date of your service
January 7, 1967

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At 5:15pm on March 16, 2019, David De Rooy said…

Welcome aboard John. Glad you're here. Thanks for your service to the country and your shipmates. Share memories, or photos if you can.

At 12:20pm on March 16, 2019, John A. Holst said…
I've been discharged since January of 1967.
I still am very proud of my Naval service and that I was a Corpsman.
Every day I wear my U.S. Navy Corpsman hat and people will stop me and comment on it.
A young boy with his father asked me if I saved alot of peoples lives in war.
I told him that with the help of God I did.
He smiled and his Dad shook my hand off saying Thank you for your service.
What a great feeling !
 
 
 

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