Aguayo, Angel, MSgt

Military Police
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Current Service Status
USMC Retired
Current/Last Rank
Master Sergeant
Current/Last Primary MOS
5813-Accident Investigator
Current/Last MOSGroup
Military Police
Previously Held MOS
5811-Military Policeman
3531-Motor Vehicle Operator
8411-RSS Recruiter
Primary Unit
2002-2004, 8411, RS Buffalo, NY
Service Years
1982 - 2004

Master Sergeant

Five Hash Marks


 Official Badges 

Military Police USMC Retired Pin Tan Belt

 Unofficial Badges 

Marine Recruiter

 Military Association Memberships
American LegionMarine Corps Recruiters AssociationMarine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation
  2002, American Legion [Verified]
  2002, Marine Corps Recruiters Association [Verified]
  2009, Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation [Verified]

 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
As well as working for GS4 (formerly Wackenhut), I am also a partner of a Title Insurance Company.

Being a Marine

"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed state of moral and patriotic feeling, which thinks that nothing is worth war, is much worse. A man who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing that he cares for more than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature that has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than him."

John Stewart Mill

We have many customs in the Marine Corps, but the most outstanding custom is simply ?Being a Marine,? and all that it implies. Call it morale, call it esperit de corps, call it what you will?it is that pride which sets a Marine apart from the men and women of the other services. It is not taught from manuals, yet it is the most impressive lesson a recruit learns in boot camp. It is not tangible, yet it has won fights against insurmountable odds. Those of us that have had the privilege of serving in the Marine Corps value our experience as among the most precious of our lives. The fellowship of shared hardships and dangers in a worthy cause creates a close bond of comradeship. It is the basic reason for the cohesiveness of Marines and for the pride we have in our Corps and our loyalty to each other. A Marine is proud of the Corps and believes it to be second to none. A Marine does not seek awards or medals for his duty or sacrifice; rather he strives only to always do his very best. Perhaps someday to hear the ultimate accolade of the silent whisper from all those have gone before him, ?Job well done Marine.? It is no wonder then that long after the uniform has been laid aside. The last order given. The final salute rendered. The last handshake shared. And the occasional tear brushed away by a determined hand. Long after that?it still runs in your veins. Lives in your mind. Dominates your will. Long after that you feel the call. The esperit that can only be shared among brothers. Among individuals bonded together by the truest ideals, for you must understand? Once a Marine, Always a Marine. Adhering always to our motto Semper Fidelis, translated fron latin? Always Faithful.
Other Comments:
Would like to hear from as many of you that know and served with me to see how you are and catch up on time. Miss the Corps bigtime.

The USMC is over 225 years of romping, stomping, hell, death and destruction. The finest fighting machine the world has ever seen. We were born in a bomb crater, our mother was a saber and our father was the devil. Each moment that I live is an additional threat upon your life. I am a rough looking, roving soldier of the sea. I am cocky, self-centered, overbearing, and I do not know the meaning of fear, for I am fear itself. I am a green, amphibious monster made of blood and guts who arose from the sea, feeding on anti-Americans throughout the globe. Whenever it may arise, and when my time comes, I will die a glorious death on the battle field, giving my life to Mom, the Corps, and the American flag. We stole the Eagle from the Air Force, the Anchor from the Navy, and the Line from the Army. On the 7th day, while God rested, we over-ran his perimeter and stole the Globe, and we've been running the show ever since. We live like soldiers and talk like sailors and slap the hell out of both of them. Soldier by day, Lover by night, Drunkard by choice,


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 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1983, Boot Camp (Parris Island, SC), A/1075
 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
USMC (United States Marine Corps)MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa2nd MAWMCAS Cherry Point, NC
MCAS Beaufort, SCUSS Dubuque (LPD-8)MCB Japan/Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC)3rd FSSG
Security BnMarine Barracks Washington DC, 8th & IRS Buffalo, NYRecruiting Units
1st MAWMWHS-1, 1st MAW
  1983-1983, 5811, Millitary Police School Lackland AFB
  1984-1985, 5811, MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa
  1985-1985, 5813, Accident Investigation School
  1985-1986, 5813, MWHS-2, 2nd MAW
  1985-1987, 5813, 2nd MAW
  1985-1987, PMO MCAS Cherry Point, MCAS Cherry Point, NC
  1987-1989, 5813, MCAS Beaufort, SC
  1988-1988, 5813, Accident Investigation School
  1989-1989, 5813, USS Dubuque (LPD-8)
  1989-1990, 5813, Military Police District/South, MCB Camp Kinser
  1989-1990, H&S Bn, 3rd FSSG
  1990-1991, 5813, Security Bn
  1990-1991, 5813, Military Police Co, Security Bn
  1991-1992, 3531, Marine Barracks Washington DC, 8th & I
  1992-1995, 8411, RS Buffalo, NY
  1992-1995, HQ, 1st MCD, Eastern Recruiting Region, Parris Island, SC
  1995-2002, 5813, 1st MAW
  1995-2002, 5813, MWHS-1, 1st MAW
  1998-1998, 5813, Accident Investigation School
  2002-2004, 8411, RS Buffalo, NY
 Colleges Attended
  1985-2000, Others/Not Listed
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