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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Corpsmen save crash victims

4/6/2012  By Cpl. Mark W. Stroud  , Marine Corps Bases Japan  CAMP DELARAM II, Afghanistan  — Two corpsmen were recognized for saving the lives of mass-casualty victims during a ceremony here March 28.Petty Officer 1st Class Louis Bismonte and Petty Officer 2nd Class Frederick B. Ehlers were awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for their life-saving […]

Corpsman.com is now on Google + !

Greetings everyone.. Brrr… Winter is almost here.. Just wanted to let you know that Corpsman.com now has a presence  on Google +.  You can follow us here: Corpsman.com Google + . Join us. If your wondering what Google + is, picture Facebook without all the Junk, no noise.  Just good gouge. Hope to see you there! D/C […]

VA Health Records Online

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced a new online feature that allows active duty and retired service-members to access their electronic health records (EHRs) online. The VA’s “Blue Button” Web Portal gives veterans direct access to the agency’s MyHealtheVet personal health record on any computer, including mobile devices. Blue Button capability allows VA […]

Happy Birthday United States Marine Corps!! 235 Years Strong!

November 10, 2010 by  
Filed under Corpsman.com News

Happy Birthday to our “Brothers, the United States Marine Corps” From your Doc’s! 10 Nov 1775 – 10 Nov 2010 235 Years Strong! UHH-RAH!! Leave a comment below saluting the finest “Land” (Hey what you expect?) fighting force in the world! Happy Birthday Tony! Da-Chief Corpsman.com Tweet

This my friend, is why the USMC stands above all.. (Even my Navy)..

If you have seen the movie  or the play “Fiddler on the Roof”, you know the song “TRADITION” Out of all the services, the United States Marine Corps has it in spades. While every other service, I.e the Navy, Army, Air Force, come up with new catch phrases, (“Army of 1” who’s knucklehead idea was […]

Oh Shi-, Help! (Corpsman.com Forums Post)

I am publishing this post as it was asked on our forums.  It’s a good question, and SpykeCOD has received some valuable advice from his shipmates and those who have deployed before him. Here’s the question: Good Afternoon from US Naval Hospital Guam, Today I was pulled into my Chief’s room to be told I’ve […]

4 Bronze Stars for deadly Afghan battle, HM3 Layton

September 17, 2010 by  
Filed under Corpsman.com News

From MARINECORPSTIMES TRIANGLE, Va. — A year later, the pain is still raw. Five U.S. troops are dead, and the family members left behind are still asking questions. A few minutes here Friday at the National Museum of the Marine Corps brought a new level of closure to the families of three Marines and a […]

HN William F. Ortega KIA 18 JUN 2010 in AFGHANISTAN

It is with a sad breaking heart that I have to put this notice up today, Fathers Day.   Somewhere a father is grieving along with his family. A family lost a son on Friday.   A Hero, someone who volunteered to serve his country and gave the ultimate sacrifice. HN Ortega has only been […]

I remember every day. Do you? “A Marine, KIA and his family try to get home”

I love my Navy. I love my Marine Corps. I love my Air Force (Yeah I give em a hard time but they deserve it..). I love my Army. I love my Coast Guard. I love all my Reserves that serve in all branches and the Guard. I have been retired and out of the […]

Happy Birthday USMC!! 234 Years Strong!

November 9, 2009 by  
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