Members of Semper Fi Two

                                                        

Sgt Richard F. Boatwright
Founder/President
 
MOS:   0353 ONTOS 
DATE OF ACTIVE DUTY:  30 January 1969 – 1 December 1970   
SERVICE: Infantry Training at Camp Pendleton, Ontos School at Delmar,
Staging Battalion at Camp Pendleton
Vet Nam with Mike Company 3rd Battalion 4th Marines.
Camp Hanson, Okinawa with 1st Battalion 4th Marines
Camp Fuji in Japan for Cold Weather Training
Okinawa with H&S Company 1st Battalion 4th Marines for 106 Recoilless Rifles. 
Schools Battalion Delmar as a Brig Chaser. 
 
CONTACT Information:
Rick Boatwright
(530) 243-8439
semperfi2memorialhonordetail@gmail.com
 

 

 

 

                                       CPL Tony Tamboury                                                    Founder

                                        CONTACT Information:                           

(530) 526-0190

 

 
 
 
 
 
Sgt Thomas Andrews
JAG
 
                           Dates of active duty: 7 July 1967 – 8 August 1972                                                                                      
Vietnam service: 12 October 1969 – 15 October 1970
Chu Lai RVN 3rd MAW VMFA 314 (F-4)
Plane Captain, Aviation Electronics MOS 
US Army Surveillance/Intelligence School
Ft. Huachuca, AZ
July-September 1969 
Navy Achievement Award w/combat “V” 
 
Thomas Andrews, E 
Law Offices of Thomas Andrews
 1736 Tehama Street
 Redding, CA 96001
(530) 229-1400
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MstSgt Cathy Strudle
ARMY NATIONAL GARD
Honorary Member
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 CPL Todd LaRue
Vice President
 
MOS: 0211 ITS School
 

Date of Active Duty:  1980 - 1986 

  Washington DC Security, 0211 CLASS B – York Town VA,

SECURITY CLALL B - Washington State

 
 
 

 

  

LCPL Anthony A Douglas

MOS:  0151 ADMIN 

DATE OF ACTIVE DUTY: 

3 NOVEMBER 1985 - 19 NOVEMBER 1989

GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, RIFLE EXPERT BADGE (2ND AWARD), PISTOL

EXPERT BADGE
 
 
CONTACT Information:
Tony Douglas
 
 

 

 

                                                                 LCPL Richard Raker                                          

Pamaster

MOS:  2533 RADIO/TELEGRAPH OPERATOR

DATE OF ACTIVE DUTY:  1959 - 1963

SERVICE:  H&S COMPANY, 3RD BATTALION 1ST MARINES 1ST DIVISION

H&SCOMPANY, 2ND BATTALION 9TH MARINES 3RD DIVISION

 

CONTACT Information:

Richard Raker

 

 
 
 
 
 

                                                                                                                                                               

John Cleary USMC Master Sergeant Retired

MOS:  6064, 6190 Parachute Rigger/Rotary Air Crew Maintenance Chief, 6113 CH-53 Crew Chief, Licensed Senior Parachute Rigger

Date of Active Duty:  June 19, 1968 – June 30, 1990

1968 – Naval Air Technical Training Center, Lakehurst, New Jersey 

1969 – MCAS Tustin, CA Flight Equipment URT 561 UH-34D 
1970 – HMH-361 CH-53A/D Flight Equipment/Rigger 

1971 – 72 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, VMFA-115, F-4B, Vietnam 

1972 –H&HS, MCAS El Toro, CA, Aircraft Maintenance

1973 – Driver for President Richard Nixon at Western White House, San Clemente, CA

1974 – 1976 Drill Instructor MCRD San Diego 

1976 – HMH-462, Flight Equipment, Okinawa, Japan, Ch-53 Crew Chief 6113 

1977 – HMH-161, Flight Equipment, Santa Ana, CA 

1980 – H&MS-16, 6090 Air Crew Maintenance Chief, Santa Ana, CA 

1982- 1986 – MAG-46, MCAS El Toro, CA. Air Crew Maintenance Chief 

1986 – 1990 Naval Air Systems Command, Washington DC. Aerospace Engineering/Marine Corps Liaison

 
RIBBONS: 
Vietnam Service 1971-72 
Certificate of Appreciation – President Nixon - 1973 
Navy Achievement Medal – 1983 
Navy Commendation Medal - 1987 
Navy Commendation Medal – 1989 
Drill Instructor Ribbon – 1974-76 
National Defense – 1968-1990 
Good Conduct – 1968-1990 
Expert Rifle and Pistol 
 
Enlisted Aircrew Wings - 1976
 
Contact Information:
(530) 917-4198

Email:  clearymarine@att.net

 

 
                                                                                                                                                                 
 
SSgt Morgan Akin
Secertary
 
Years in service - 1959-1968
Duty stations and locations: 
 
(1) 1959, MCRD, San Diego, CA, Recruit Training.
(2) 1959-1961, H&S Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, Santa Margarita,
Camp Pendleton, CA. MOS 0341 Mortar Gunner.
(2a) Same Unit at Camp Schwab, Okinawa, MOS 2111.
(3) 1961-1962: Marine Barracks, Naval Air Station, Lemoore, CA. MOS 2111.
(4) 1962-1964: Maintenance Platoon, Bridge Company,
7th Engineers, Camp Pendleton, CA. MOS 2161.
(5): 1964-1967: Drill Instructor, MCRD, San Diego, CA. 
1st Recruit Training Battalion, MOS 0911.
(6) 1967-1968: Maintenance Company, 25th Service Battalion,
Camp Hanson, Okinawa, MOS 2161.
(6a) 1967-1968: Same Unit, Subic Bay, Philippines, MOS 2161.
(6b) Temporary Assignment (ATD) Saigon, Vietnam.
(7) 1974-1984: Marine Corps Reserves
(1) Hawk Missile Unit - Fresno, CA.,
(2) Motor Transport Unit - Sacramento,
(3) Bulk Fuel Unit - Bakersfield, CA.
 

RIBBONS:

Marine Corps Good Conduct (3), National Defense,

Select Marine Corps Reserve Ribbon, Vietnam Service Ribbon,

Marine Corps Drill Instructor Ribbon.


Contact information:
(530) 244-0382

Email: mamoakin001@gmail.com

 

Sgt Greg Cameron

MOS:   0861 Scout Observer and 8511 Drill Instructor 

DATE OF ACTIVE DUTY:  7 October 1991 – 7 July 2000 

SERVICE UNITS AND LOCATIONS: 

                                  Alpha Company 1st RTBN, MCRD San Diego, California                                   Hotel Battery 3rd Battalion 11th Marines attached to India Company 3rd Battalion 7th Marines, 29 Palms, California. 

Lima Battery 3rd Battalion 11th Marines Combat Tour Mogadishu, Somalia (Scout Observer and Rifleman).   
              Golf Company 2nd RTBN, MCRD San Diego, California (Drill Instructor).                   

India Battery 3rd Battalion 11th Marines attached to 3rd Battalion 12th Marines, Okinawa, Japan as Battery Liaison Chief

 India Battery 3rd Battalion 11th Marines attached to 3rd Battalion 7th Marines, 29 Palms, California as Fire Support Coordination Chief

 

          Awards:

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal w/2 stars, Combat Action Ribbon, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon w/1 star, Good Conduct Medal w/1 star, Marine Corps Drill Instructor Ribbon, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Joint Meritorious Unit Award,   

 

Sgt Christopher Washington

MOS: 0331 Infantry Machine Gunner

Date of Active duty: July 1998 - September 2006

Service: Charlie Co. 1st Bn/4th Marines - Dec. 1998-Aug. 2000

Weapons Co. 2nd Bn/5th Marines - Sept. 2000-Feb.2002

Headquaters & Service Co. 2nd Bn/5th Marines - Feb. 2002-Sept.2003 

Combat Skills Training School 1st Marine Logistics Group - Sept. 2003-Sept.2006

Cpl Craig Conley

 

 

                  

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

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