Roberts, Ashley, LCpl

Personnel, Administration and Retention
 
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Current Service Status
USMC Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Lance Corporal
Current/Last Primary MOS
0100-Basic MOS
Current/Last MOSGroup
Personnel, Administration and Retention
Primary Unit
2003-2003, 0100, USMC (United States Marine Corps)
Service Years
2003 - 2003

Lance Corporal

 
 

 Official Badges 


 Unofficial Badges 


 Military Association Memberships
Marine Corps LeagueChapter 52IN-1 IndianaPost 58
Ship 35Post 99Dept of Indiana
  2003, Marine Corps League [Verified]
  2003, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 52 (Executive Secretary) (Indianapolis, Indiana) [Verified]
  2007, Women Marines Association, IN-1 Indiana (Sr Vice Commander) (Indiana) [Verified]
  2007, American Legion, Post 58 (Member at Large) (Greencastle, Indiana) [Verified]
  2007, Marine Corps League, Worthman-Lowe Enduring Freedom; Detachment 1263 (Immediate Past Golden Rodent) (Morristown, Indiana) [Verified]
  2008, Navy Club of the United States of America, Ship 35 (Indianapolis, Indiana) [Verified]
  2009, American Veterans (AMVETS), Post 99 (Vice President) (Indianapolis, Indiana) [Verified]
  2009, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW), Dept of Indiana (Member At Large) (Indianapolis, Indiana) [Verified]


 Additional Information
What are you doing now:



What I am doing now? Well, That Changes Daily ~I am now the State of Indiana Women Veteran's Program Director~ I work for the Government! HA!


**Update** I am missin my Marine Family!!! I am now in remission, and have recently gotten a promotion! I now work for the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs as a State Service Officer & assisting the Director.... It is definitely amazing!
I am very blessed to have the opportunity to do what I do. I am a disabled veteran, 80% service-connected as of right now. While on active duty in North Carolina, I broke both feet and my right pelvic bone ~ And was in a wheel chair for 18 1/2 mos. I am now walking, with cane assistance, but feel so very blessed to be home. There is not a morning I wake up that I dont wish I was back in the Corps. Giving to Veterans now, were I could no longer give in the Corps, is the ultimate for me! For me to have the chance to be a Marine and do what I had the opportunity to do, it took those Marines before me to set that path a blaze.... And to you all I am forever thankful. A 'Thank You' would never be enough... Semper Fi
VIETNAM : SGT Robert Davison of Muskegon, Michigan joined the marines at age 14 and died in Vietnam December 17th, 1966 at age 18.
The last American soldier killed in the Vietnam War was Kelton Rena Turner, an 18-year old Marine. He was killed in action on May 15, 1975, two weeks after the evacuation of Saigon, in what became known as the Mayaguez incident.
The youngest Vietnam KIA is believed to be Dan Bullock USMC, at 15 years old.
DAN BULLOCK is honored on Panel 23W, Row 96 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
At least 5 men killed in Vietnam were 16 years old. At least 12 men killed in Vietnam were 17 years old.
FATHER AND SON: Richard B. Fitzgibbon Jr. was killed June 08, 1956 his son Richard B. Fitzgibbon III was KIA September 07, 1965. Leo Hester Sr. Died March 10, 1967 in a aircraft crash his son Leo Hester Jr. was KIA November 02, 1969 also in a aircraft crash.

The Marines of Morenci
They led some of the scrappiest high school football and basketball teams that the little Arizona copper town of Morenci (pop. 5,058) had ever known and cheered. They enjoyed roaring beer busts. In quieter moments, they rode horses along the Coronado Trail, stalked deer in the Apache National Forest. And in the patriotic camaraderie typical of Morenci's mining families, the nine graduates of Morenci High enlisted as a group in the Marine Corps. Their service began on Independence Day, 1966. Only 3 returned home. Robert Dale Draper, 19, was killed in an ambush. Stan King, 21, was killed less than a week after reaching Vietnam. Alfred Van Whitmer, 21, was killed while on patrol. Larry J. West, 19 was shot near Quang Nam. Jose Moncayo, 22, was part of an entire platoon wiped out. Clive Garcia, 22, was killed by a booby trap while leading a patrol. FOREVER REMEMBERED
   
Other Comments:
MCL Detachment; Wortman-Lowe Enduring Freedom Detachment #1263 Morristown, In. UPDATE: Thank you to all for your kind words of encouragement. I am definitely staying strong!! The Doc's have said that they have caught the cancer early... so I am hanging in there!! Thank you all for prayers and thoughts! Semper Fi!

What is a veteran? A veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America", for an amount of - "up to, and including my life." That is honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it. ~Author unknown. The following Information I have found on TheWall-USA.Com. Here are a list of Marines on the Vietnam Buddie System Steven E. Amescua and Anthony J. Blevins joined the Marine Corp on the buddy plan. Steven was KIA May 15, 1968 and Anthony was KIA August 23, 1968.
John A. Jensen and Charles D. Turnbough were buddies who graduated from high school together and joined the Marines together. John was KIA August 27, 1967 and Charles was KIA three days later on August 30, 1967.


The picture below is the link to TheWall-USA.com!!!!
"If you are able, save for them a place inside of you....and save one backward glance when you are leaving for the places they can no longer go.....Be not ashamed to say you loved them.... Take what they have left and what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own....And in that time when men decide and feel safe to call the war insane, take one moment to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind...." Quote from a letter home by Maj. Michael Davis O'Donnell KIA 24 March 1970. Distinguished Flying Cross: Shot down and Killed while attempting to rescue 8 fellow soldiers surrounded by attacking enemy forces. We Nam Brothers pause to give a backward glance, and post this remembrance to you , one of the gentle heroes and patriots lost to the War in Vietnam: Slip off that pack. Set it down by the crooked trail. Drop your steel pot alongside. Shed those magazine-ladened bandoliers away from your sweat-soaked shirt. Lay that silent weapon down and step out of the heat. Feel the soothing cool breeze right down to your soul ... and rest forever in the shade of our love, brother.
Thank you Marines for your Sacrifice and Valor. God Bless you all, I love you like brothers and sisters, and know you all are constantly in thoughts and prayers. Semper Fidelis, Ashley A. Roberts State Service Officer Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs 302 W. Washington Street; RM E120 Indianapolis, IN 46204-2738 O: 317/232-3921 asroberts@dva.in.gov
   

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 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  2003, Boot Camp (Parris Island, SC), O/40191
 Unit Assignments
RTR (Cadre) MCRD Parris IslandMarine Combat Training School (MCT), Camp GeigerNaval Hospital Camp Lejeune, 2nd Marine DivisionUSMC (United States Marine Corps)
  2003-2003, 0100, Medical Rehabilitation Pltn, Support Training Bn
  2003-2003, 0100, Marine Combat Training School (MCT), Camp Geiger
  2003-2003, 0100, Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, 2nd Marine Division
  2003-2003, 0100, USMC (United States Marine Corps)
 Reflections on Service
Please describe who or what influenced your decision to join the Marine Corps.
Whether you were in the service for several years or as a career, please describe the direction or path you took. What was your reason for leaving?
If you participated in any military operations, including combat, humanitarian and peacekeeping operations, please describe those which made a lasting impact on you and, if life-changing, in what way?
Of all your duty stations or assignments, which one do you have fondest memories of and why? Which was your least favorite?
From your entire military service, describe any memories you still reflect back on to this day.
What professional achievements are you most proud of from your military career?
 Colleges Attended
Ball State UniversityVincennes UniversityIndiana Wesleyan UniversityIndiana State University
Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis
  1999-2000, Ball State University
  2001-2002, Vincennes University
  2002-2002, Others/Not Listed
  2005-2006, University of Colorado, Denver
  2007-2009, Indiana Wesleyan University
  2009-Present, Indiana State University
  2012-Present, Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis
 Other News, Events and Photographs
  POEM2
 
  9-11 We Remember1
  9
  From the 'other' side of the Wall1
 
  Jul 02, 2007, Louisiana Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  Jul 04, 2007, Woman Marine Poem8
  Jul 10, 2007, I WANT YOUR OPINION13
  Jul 26, 2007, Marine SgtMaj Brad Kasal2
  Jul 26, 2007, 'Face of an Angel' ~ Dedicated to LnCpl Josh Bleil3
  Aug 02, 2007, HA HA If I have Children!!!4
  Aug 03, 2007, More Pics13
  Aug 04, 2007, Signing the Charter2
  Aug 06, 2007, Please Remember in Prayers
  Aug 08, 2007, Family Friend, Spc. Zachariah J. Gonzalez, 23, KIA1
  Aug 15, 2007, More PICS!!14
  Aug 16, 2007, For Marine Gunnery Sgt. Michael Burghardt3
  Aug 16, 2007, Four Killed in Arizona Helicopter Crash
  Sep 03, 2007, LABOR DAY EVENTS!!20
  Sep 14, 2007, 7
  Sep 15, 2007, About Sgt. Byron Wayne Norwood, USMC2
  Sep 21, 2007, Random Pics13
  Sep 23, 2007, Indianapolis 4 Wheel Drive Jamboree4
  Sep 24, 2007, HUMMER MEMORIAL6
  Sep 24, 2007, Navy Week
  Sep 26, 2007, LnCpl Josh Bleill5
  Sep 27, 2007, Greenfield Marine Fights Battle at HOME5
  Sep 27, 2007, Women On the Wall9
  Sep 27, 2007, Vietnam Women's Memorial10
  Oct 02, 2007,
  Oct 02, 2007, Marine Casualty
  Oct 03, 2007, Names Added to Wall8
  Oct 05, 2007,
  Oct 09, 2007, Vietnam Veterans of America1
  Oct 10, 2007, Famous POW's8
  Oct 12, 2007, Fallen SEAL to Recieve Medal Of Honor1
  Oct 12, 2007, Marine Sgt gets Bronze Star for disarming 65 IEDs!!!
  Oct 13, 2007, Sgt Maj Romona D. Cook1
  Oct 15, 2007, POW Synopsis/Update South Vietnam
  Oct 16, 2007, Prisoners of War / Missing in Action from Indiana1
  Oct 16, 2007, Semper Fidelis: The Marines of Morenci1
  Oct 17, 2007, Vietnam POW list; All Services3
  Oct 18, 2007, More MOTO Pics17
  Oct 22, 2007, NEW Dress Code for Marines!!
  Oct 23, 2007, DoD Identifies Marine Casualty6
  Oct 24, 2007, REDNECK QUIZ
  Oct 26, 2007, Navy Crew MIA From Vietnam War is Identified
  Oct 26, 2007, THE CHICKEN IN THE POT4
  Nov 09, 2007, "The Walking Dead"
  Nov 09, 2007,
  Nov 11, 2007, Hoosier Cheer for Our Heroes
  Nov 13, 2007, 232 Reasons to Love the Corps
  Nov 13, 2007, Soldier Missing in Action from the Korean War is Identified
  Nov 13, 2007, DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
  Nov 26, 2007, Montford Point Marines
  Nov 27, 2007, Airman MIA From Vietnam War Is Identified1
  Nov 28, 2007, DID YOU KNOW~ Montel Williams~ Marine
  Nov 30, 2007, Pilots Missing From The Vietnam War Are Identified
  Nov 30, 2007, DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
  Dec 01, 2007,
  Dec 04, 2007, Soldier Missing from Korean War is Identified
  Dec 05, 2007, Marine Missing from Korean War is Identified
  Dec 07, 2007, DoD Evaluation of Military Academies' Sexual Harrasment Policy
  Dec 17, 2007, DoD News Release
  Dec 17, 2007, Indiana Army Casualty -- My Friend in Iraq9
  Dec 18, 2007, Army Strong~ What?!?!1
  Dec 18, 2007, Marine Pictures12
  Dec 19, 2007, Officer Missing In Action From Vietnam War Is Identified
  Dec 19, 2007, Marine Convicted in Iraqi's Death1
  Dec 20, 2007, Check This Out - India Co.10
  Dec 26, 2007, Oldest US WWI Vet Dies in Ohio at 109
  Jan 10, 2008, Sailor Missing from WWII is Identified3
  Apr 10, 2008, HEALTH NEWS2
  Dec 08, 2009, 8
  Jan 11, 2010, NEWEST PICS/EVENTS
  Mar 31, 2011, I HATE CANCER 2
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