Smith, Jeremy, SSgt

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Staff Sergeant
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2862-Ground Data/Communications Maintenance Technician
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Data/Communications Maintenance
Primary Unit
2013-Present, H&HS, MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
Service Years
1998 - Present
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Operation Iraqi Freedom
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French Fourragere Black Belt


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American LegionPost 8154, George R. Baxmann
  2004, American Legion [Verified]
  2006, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW), Post 8154, George R. Baxmann (Member At Large) (United States) [Verified]


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  2011-2011, 2862, 5th Marine Regiment



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March / 2011
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Staff Sergeant
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Location
Camp Pendleton
Country/State
California
 
 
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5th Marine Regiment
The activation of the Fifth Marines dates back to June 1917, just prior to the U.S. force deployment to France during World War I. The Regiment won its nickname, the “Fighting Fifth,” on the battlefields of western Europe. So fierce were its efforts in the Battle of Belleau Wood and subsequent victories that the French government awarded the Regiment the Croix de Guerre with two palms and one gilt star. Today, each Marine serving in the Regiment also wears the Fourragere, a French unit award, on the left shoulder of his uniform to recognize the legacy and valor of his predecessors.

5th Marines and 6th Marines – 1918 Battle of Belleau Wood – Awarded the Fourragere aux couleurs de la Croix de guerre with palm leaf three times.






















Briefly deactivated, the Regiment was reactivated in June 1920, to guard the delivery of the U.S. Mail against domestic bandits. While they were on the job, not one Marine was killed and not one piece of mail was lost to thieves. In March 1927, the Regiment deployed to South America and fought in support of the Nicaraguan government against rebel bands until April 1930. Shortly thereafter, the Regiment was again briefly deactivated. Troubled times and small conflicts in the Americas however, led to the Regiment’s reactivation on 1 September 1934.

After further service in the U.S. and in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the Fifth Marines deployed to New Zealand in 1942 as part of the U.S. Pacific Campaign against Japan. During the course of World War II, the Regiment further distinguished itself in action at Guadalcanal, Eastern New Guinea, Peleliu and Okinawa. The post-war years found the Regiment on occupation duty in North China until May 1947, when it relocated to Guam. In August 1950, it moved to its current home, Camp Pendleton, California.

The country again called upon the Fifth Marines in August 1950, when the Regiment found itself in combat on the Pusan Perimeter in Korea. During the next three years the Regiment fought at Inchon and Seoul, the Chosin Reservoir, and on both the East Central and Western Fronts. The Fifth Marine Regiment returned to Camp Pendleton in March 1955, and remained there for the next eleven years.

In May 1966, the Fifth Marines arrived in the Republic of South Vietnam where it would remain until April 1971. Vietnam era Marines added the names Rung Sat, Chu Lai, Phu Bai, Hue, Khe Sahn, An Hoa, Tam Ky, and Da Nang to the Regiment’s long list of distinguished battle actions.

In August 1990, the nation again called on the “Fighting Fifth” – this time in support of Operation Desert Shield. On 26 January 1991, while embarked with the largest amphibious task force since World War II, Regimental Landing Team (RLT) Five, in conjunction with RLT-2, conducted heliborne and surface assaults for Exercise Sea Soldier IV in Southern Oman. On 25 February 1991, the Regiment disembarked in direct support of Operation Desert Storm and the liberation of Kuwait. Less than three months later, Fifth Marines received an executive order to conduct humanitarian assistance and relief operations in Bangladesh. The Regiment returned to Camp Pendleton on 29 June 1991.

In the decade following Operation Desert Storm, the Regiment deployed to Yellowstone National Park, the Umatilla National Forest in Oregon and Clear Creek, Idaho to combat wild fires. Simultaneously it sourced the battalion landing teams for the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), or MEU (SOC).

In January of 2003, the Fifth Marines deployed to Kuwait to take part in Operation Iraqi Freedom. On 21 March, the Regiment became the first unit to cross the line of departure into Iraq as it moved to seize the Rumayllah Oilfields. During the course of the next few weeks, the Regiment repeatedly distinguished itself in combat actions as it continued the offensive to liberate Baghdad and collapse the regime of Saddam Hussein. During much of the attack north, the Regiment led the 1st Marine Division in the deepest attack in Marine Corps history.

Today, the Regiment continues to participate in exercises and contingency deployments with the 1st Marine Division, and to prepare forces for deployment with the 31st MEU (SOC). Ever ready to answer the nation’s call, the “Fighting Fifth” is recognized as the Marine Corps’ most highly decorated regiment.
 
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5th Marine Regiment

Benson, Chris, Maj, (1997-2008) 3 0302 Major
Landblom, Eric, Maj, (1996-Present) 75 7502 Major
Patacsil, Jiemar, Maj, (1995-Present) 8 0802 Major
Gillette, Timothy, Maj, (1999-Present) 8 0802 Captain
SCOTECE, BENJAMIN, Capt, (1996-Present) 4 0430 Chief Warrant Officer 4
Turner, Wes, CWO5, (1990-Present) 3 0306 Chief Warrant Officer 4
Hernandez, Ernesto, CWO3, (1994-Present) 1 0170 Chief Warrant Officer 3
Turner, Wes, CWO5, (1990-Present) 3 0306 Chief Warrant Officer 3
Hoopii, Ernest, SgtMaj, (1984-2014) 99 9999 Sergeant Major
Mack, Alphonso, SgtMaj, (1983-2011) 8999 Sergeant Major
Rosario, Christian, MGySgt, (1992-Present) 35 3529 Master Sergeant
Carrero, J.A., GySgt, (1992-2014) 3 0369 Gunnery Sergeant
Delapena, Hector, GySgt, (1994-Present) 48 4821 Gunnery Sergeant
Driotez, Christian, GySgt, (1992-2007) 3 0369 Gunnery Sergeant
Figueroatablas, Anselmo, GySgt, (1996-2016) Gunnery Sergeant
Moreland, Brandon, GySgt, (1993-Present) 6 0659 Gunnery Sergeant
Moser, Steve, GySgt, (1991-2011) 3 0369 Gunnery Sergeant
Volker, Price, MSgt, (1997-2017) 4 0491 Gunnery Sergeant
Cribbs, Timothy, GySgt, (1995-2018) 6 0659 Staff Sergeant
Gonzalez, Ernesto, SSgt, (1999-2018) 4 0411 Staff Sergeant
Hutchinson, Donald, SSgt, (2003-2014) 2 0239 Staff Sergeant
Lozano, Christopher, SSgt, (1998-2013) 3 0369 Staff Sergeant
Soltis, Joe, SSgt, (1998-2014) 3 0369 Staff Sergeant
Song, Thomas, SSgt, (2006-Present) 2 0241 Staff Sergeant
Avanesian, Vartan, Sgt, (2004-2009) 6 0651 Sergeant
Bird, Joshua, Sgt, (2003-2012) 4 0411 Sergeant
Bledsoe, Michael, Sgt, (2005-Present) 6 0651 Sergeant
Elder, Michael, Sgt, (2003-Present) 3 0311 Sergeant
Glasgow, Sean, Sgt, (2008-Present) 57 5711 Sergeant
Goeringer, Mark, Sgt, (2001-2008) 6 0621 Sergeant
Hannah, Earnest, Sgt, (2003-2013) 3 0311 Sergeant
Harden, David, Sgt, (2007-Present) 30 3051 Sergeant
Johansen, Zachary, Sgt, (2008-Present) 3 0311 Sergeant
Lawlor, Joshua, Sgt, (2005-2009) 6 0621 Sergeant
Lowry, Michael Trent, Sgt, (1997-2010) 43 4341 Sergeant
McMurrin, John, Sgt, (2002-2013) 3 0311 Sergeant
Moore, Matthew, GySgt, (2008-Present) 4 0411 Sergeant
Morin, Shane, Sgt, (2005-Present) 35 3531 Sergeant
Perez, Isaac, Sgt, (2005-2009) 1 0151 Sergeant
Redford, David, Sgt, (1998-2011) 3 0311 Sergeant
Rice, Aaron, Sgt, (2007-2012) 1 0111 Platoon Sergeant
Spaulding, Benjamin, Sgt, (2001-2007) 3 0311 Sergeant
Wilkinson, E, Sgt, (2005-Present) 23 2336 Sergeant
Inness, Aaron, Cpl, (2006-2011) 2 0231 Corporal
Inness, Aaron, Sgt, (2006-2011) 2 0231 Corporal
Keel, Kyle, Cpl, (2009-2013) 35 3531 Corporal
Konrad, Adam, Cpl, (2006-Present) 3 0311 Corporal
Shaw, William, Cpl, (2006-2010) 3 0311 Corporal
Zamora, David, Cpl, (2009-2015) 6 0621 Corporal
Brown, Kayla, LCpl, (2006-Present) 35 3531 Lance Corporal
Johnson, Kendrick, LCpl, (2010-2011) 30 3051 Lance Corporal
Mack, Rick, PFC, (1966-1970) 3 Lance Corporal
Palomo, Jose, LCpl, (2005-2009) 3 0311 Lance Corporal
Pittman, Christopher, LCpl, (2007-2008) 3 0331 Lance Corporal
Wall, Kody, LCpl, (2008-2010) 3 0311 Lance Corporal
Yuan, Wen, LCpl, (2007-Present) 1 0121 Private 1st Class
Duval, Anthony, PO2, (2004-Present) RP-2401 Hospital Corpsman Third Class Petty Officer
Soltis, Joe, SSgt, (1998-2014) Staff Sergeant

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