Burks, Earl, Cpl

Aircraft Maintenance/Rotary Wing
 
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Current Service Status
USMC Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Corporal
Current/Last Primary MOS
6114-Helicopter Mechanic U/AH-1
Current/Last MOSGroup
Aircraft Maintenance/Rotary Wing
Previously Held MOS
6112-Helicopter Mechanic CH-46
Primary Unit
1975-1975, 9th MAB
Service Years
1972 - 1976

Corporal

 
 

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 Unofficial Badges 

Boeing Vertol Rescue Pin


 Military Association Memberships
USMC Combat Helicopter & Tiltrotor Association (PopASmoke)
  2000, USMC Combat Helicopter & Tiltrotor Association (PopASmoke) [Verified]


 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
Member of ILWU #98
International Longshore Foremen/Walking Boss Union
Local 98
Seattle/Tacoma Washington
For an update since the Marines go to my website and click on
"about shaggyda"
   
Other Comments:
Wrote the Book
"The Diary: The Last Combat Mission Of The Vietnam War"
Will be re-released 2009
This is a story of my Helo YT-20 buno# 154812 the last helicopter and crew to leave Vietnam during the Fall of Saigon after the remaining forces of the U.S.Embassy were flown to safety.
"15 minutes of Fame": Last person to leave the Vietnam War.
   
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  1972-1972, 6114, HML-367



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HML-367 Unit Page
Rank
Private 1st Class
MOS
6114-Helicopter Mechanic U/AH-1
Location
Camp Pendleton
Country/State
California
 
 
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 HML-367 Details

HML-367
Its historical lineage can be traced back to December 1, 1943 when it was activated at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia as Marine Observation Squadron 351 (VMO-351) which was assigned to the Artillery Spotting Division.

In January 1944, the squadron was re-designated as and deployed to Marine Aircraft Group 11 on the island of Espiritu Santo whereupon it took part in the campaigns on Peleliu and Okinawa. The squadron participated in the occupation of North China from October 1945 through June 1947 and was relocated in 1949 to MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina and assigned to the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. The Squadron, having served honorably throughout the Pacific Theater, was deactivated on August 20, 1949.

1943 - 1944 Marine Observation Squadron 351 (VMO-351)
1944 - 1949 Redesignated VMO-3 (Deactivated)
1966 - 1968 VMO-3 (Designated HML-367)
1968 - 1981 HML-367 (Designated HMLA-367)
Type
Air Units
Existing/Disbanded
Redesignated
Parent Unit
Helicopter Units
Strength
Air Squadron
Created/Owned By
Not Specified
   

Last Updated: Jan 14, 2009
   
   
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19 Members Also There at Same Time
HML-367

Hartwig, Allen, GySgt, (1968-1991) 61 6114 Sergeant
Barber, Stephen, SSgt, (1970-1978) 61 6114 Corporal
Hubany, Martin, Cpl, (1969-1972) 61 6151 Corporal
Hille, Klaus, LtCol, (1967-1991) 75 7563 Lieutenant Colonel
Hill, Stephen, Maj, (1966-1988) 75 7563 Captain
Silva, Herb, Capt, (1967-1977) 75 7565 Captain
Wilkinson, John, Capt, (1966-1975) 75 7561 First Lieutenant
Harris, Carl, MSgt, (1955-1975) 48 4804 Master Sergeant
Hicks, John, MSgt, (1957-1977) 62 6242 Gunnery Sergeant
Ritt, Joe, MGySgt, (1954-1985) 66 6612 Gunnery Sergeant
Weber, Michael, GySgt, (1972-1992) 60 6042 Gunnery Sergeant
Decoteau, John, SSgt, (1964-1973) 60 6064 Staff Sergeant
Rhodes, Larry D., GySgt, (1963-1973) 60 6055 Staff Sergeant
Mccabe, Steven, Sgt, (1969-1973) 64 6433 Sergeant
Miller, Rudi, Sgt, (1972-1978) 30 3072 Sergeant
Milligan, Edward (Mike), Sgt, (1969-1976) 62 6242 Sergeant
Wilson, Wilford, Sgt, (1970-1974) 70 7041 Sergeant
Bergstrom, Alan, GySgt, (1970-1990) 62 6242 Corporal
Mallin, Barry, MGySgt, (1958-1984) 2 Master Gunnery Sergeant

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