Some Crew Chiefs
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I believe person next to Tucker is Heflin. He was a CC ans Sgt. If I had an enlargement, I could ID the rest too. Semper Fi Joe Ray -Submitted by: Joe Ray [firstname.lastname@example.org] 2008-10-28
The Two Men standing between Beckman & Harmon Look like Dan Waldrop & Bob Lehrer, two of the twenty that stayed over from 162 to help the transition & left on August 14th, '63. -Submitted by: Dave Wolgast, [DTRIMFIT@juno.com] 2007-04-12
Photo 4357. Back row standing left to right- LCPL. Tucker, Unknown, SSGT.Oscar Brown, CPL. Evans. Front row left to right 2nd from left CPL. Carl Gassoway, 3rd from left unknow, next CPL. Victor Heflin. -Submitted by: MGYSGT.Ed. Wato, Retired [email@example.com] 2006-03-16
When GynSgt Wato came to us at KMCAS, H&MS-24 and immediately called myself and another Navajo (Sgt. William Bradley)into his office. I will never forget what he said, You guys better not expect any breaks from me because were Indians, in fact I am going to expect MORE!, you better watch your *##@%$ and keep your *&*^*&^(* straight. IMAGINE THAT, a Zuni Pueblo Indian talking to two young Navajo Marine Sergeants like that! Gunny Wato was the best SNCOIC and the toughest Zuni I ever met. I don't know who was harder to throw into the ocean during squadron parties, Gunny Wato or Top Sproule(Non-Indian). I take my hat off to Gunny Wato for his service to his people, not only in the Corps but also as a Zuni Tribal Councilman, a revered leader. Semper Fi Gunny Wato. -Submitted by: Vincent Craig [firstname.lastname@example.org] 2006-03-05