Current/Last Primary MOS
5953-Air Traffic Control Radar Technician
Previously Held MOS 2531-Field Radio Operator
2532-Multichannel Equipment Operator
6000-Basic Aircraft Maintenance Marine
5958-Air Traffic Control Comms Repairman
8981-Military Affiliate Radio System Radio Operator
5954-Air Traffic Control Communications Technician
4066-Small Computer Systems Specialist (SCSS)
9956-Ground Safety Specialist (Officer/Enlisted)
What are you doing now: Since retirement and after 1 year in the private sector, I have worked with the county in Flood Control, District Attorney and since July 1999 with the Sheriff's Department.
I am currently a member of Semper Fi #1, a Memorial Honor Detail #15 at Riverside National Cemetary. Our all volunteer unit performs up to 20 funerals per month to provide full military honors for deceased military personnel and their families. See www.againtheyserve.org for details
Other Comments: My son is a Deputy Sheriff after 4 years USMC and my daughter is a credentialed high school teacher teaching for 6 years in Lake Elsinore before moving to Kansas and becoming a dispatcher for the county Sheriff there.
MOS 8981-Military Affiliate Radio System Radio Operator
Base, Station or City Camp Hansen MARS NNN0MOH
MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa Details
Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler (or Butler Marine Base to natives) is a United States Marine Corps base located in the Japanese prefecture of Okinawa. It was named for legendary Marine Smedley D. Butler.
Camp Smedley D. Butler is actually a collection of facilities and satellite installations spread throughout Okinawa. Camp Smedley D. Butler was formerly called Camp or Fort Buckner, named for Army General Simon Bolivar Buckner, Jr., who commanded ground forces in the invasion of Okinawa and was killed in the last days of the battle. The renaming of Buckner to Butler occurred after most US Army troops left Okinawa, and the base was transferred to the USMC.