Hello Jim & Mary I didn't make the reunion again this year,too far and too $. Waiting to get my right knee replaced,had it set up but blood count was low. Soon I hope. Good to hear from some old members,miss Mary's pictures. No one has posted MEGA reunion.I heared the turn out was small compared too other years. Got to go SEMPER FI BillWaller
Sad to inform the members of the passing of Bob Sistek. Bob was a watch stander in Saigon and was a member of the Personal Security Unit shortly after it was formed.
His obituary will be found shortly in the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Sad to learn that a former NCOIC and fellow West Virginian, SSgt Marvin Zane Grey passed away a year ago. Marv was our NCOIC briefly, at AmEmb Tehran from Feb to April 1970. Marv served at four different embassies in his MSG career. Later owned several gas service stations in West Virginia and was the President of the West Virginia Gasoline Retailers for nearly three decades.
Just made aware that we lost another Lifetime member of MEGA. Robert (Bob) Perna passed away on 31 Aug 2018, Bob served on the duty from 1970 til 1972 in Beirut, Yaounde, Amman and Lagos. He will be missed.. RIP Bob and Semper Fi.
MSG with Fox Company 1963-66. Served at American Embassy, Ankara, Turkey 1963-66. Semper Fi to all Marines!
Captain "Mustang" U.S. Marine Corps (Ret)
Director, Special Security, Space & Defense (Ret)
Was stationed in Stockholm Sweden; 1956 thru 1958. Also was stationed in Geneva in 1958
Hello from San Antonio, TexasAnd hello to GySgt Maness fellow San Antonio Marine! I graduated from Class 2-79, the very first class at Quantico, VA in 1979. What an exciting time that was - and my orders actually read to report to Henderson Hall!!!! That was before faxes and emails and all those things we take for granted!. Well, I'll write more after I join MEGA. Talk to you all soon! Semper Fi and God bless all of you.
I was a Marine Embassy Guard at the Embassy in Maputo, Mozambique and Brussels, Belgium. I was trying to reach out to the Marines that served with me at both embassy from Maputo in 1990 - 1991 and Brussels from 1991 - 1993.
Semper Fi to All. I was a Marine Security Guard at three different posts starting in December 1972 and ending in December, 1975. Looking for Marines who served with me. Beijing (May, 1973 to December 1973; Canberra, Australia (January 1973 to April 1973; Ottawa, Canada (December 1973 until December 1975) Would love to hear from someone. I can be reached at email@example.com
Greetings Tokyo Marines, if you are coming to the reunion in Tucson, lets get together. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 520-373-2090.
Semper FI to all, and happy Birthday Marines, Kingston Jamaica, sept 65 to sept 69
It is with regrets that I have to report the passing of one of MEGA's lifetime member. Cpl Ernie A. Tucker passed away yesterday at 1730. Ernie served on the duty in Ankara, Turkey 63/64 and Lagos, Nigeria 64/65. Ernie had attended the majority of the reunions, but missed this last one, due to a health problem... RIP Cpl Ernie A. Tucker
Checking in, Warsaw Poland 91-92, Beijing China 92-93
I served as an msg American embassy Rome Italy 1971
Went to birthday party in San Diego, Ca, for Top Fritz Werner (NCOIC Paris middle 1960s), with several Paris Marines
who served during that time frame, Happy ninety years...
Just checking in. Lome', Togo and Stuttgart 86-88. email@example.com
Anyone know a Cris Lopez MSG Det Valletta Malta and New Delhi India 96-98?
GySgt Metz, was NCOIC then, Ambassador Robert S. Ingersoll, was there then as well till end 73 and promoted me to SSGT; DCM was Mr. Shoesmith; the RSO, was Mr Holden? I think; At that time, we had our main MSG post in the Chancery building, built in 1931, was where, the Ambassador and key staff worked in two out buildings within the fenced property, we also had BNDD, Bureau of Dangerous Drugs and Narcotics; and a two other agencies (no names used); the Chancery was next door to the Hotel Okura, where Sec Kissenger and Rodgers stayed when visiting; the Annex, held our MSG post 2, in the old railroad office building, an entire city block long, wide... and 6 stories high I think it was... it also housed the Defense Attache, Political Affairs, FBI, etc and the Military Assistance Group, as well as the Consulate downstairs... and other similar offices... The PAO, USAID was in a third building across town... the plans for the new US Embassy were drawn up in 1972... I think finished in 1976. Our Marine House was over below the Grew House (with 2 other similar apartment houses) and /US Compound, atop the hill, with the swimming pool a small commissary...green area, off Roppongi ave...I think it was. I will provide more of our MSG det members in a later email.
This is for Terry Jesmore. I Served with a Sgt. Ernie Gutierrez in Kampala Uganda 1971. I have some photos of Ernie.
My email address is cdm45702mac.com.