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I was wondering what happen to my dog Neosho. We served in Okinawa in the early 80s. Also looking for handlers that I served with. Semper Fi
Having the tattoo/brand number would be greatly beneficial. Dogs that far back are not in our computer database and what microfiches documents we have are sorted by tattoo/brand numbers. No guarantees of having any info though...
I was a dog handler and dog detrainer in the Marine Corp during World War ll The dog I adopted and brought home was BOBO serial number 330. The question I have is there any information on these dogs, and is there any way I could get a copy of Bobo's discharge papers he served with the 3rd Marine Division on Iwo Jima and was discharged June 1946. I am 86 years old and have alot of pictures of the dogs I detrained and worked with, but have misplaced Bobo's discharge papers. Thank you, Quentin Watkins
The officers of the Vietnam Dog Handlers Association are working with representives of the USMC in order to secure a copy, or maybe a replacement discharge for "BOBO" 330.
Your photos will be on display at our annual convention in Orlando, FL next week.
Thank you very much for your service to the Corps, and our great country.
Perry C. Money
USMC MBT Dog Handler
Thanks Perry, will wait for more information on the discharge paperwork. Jan
I have the records for C192 Neosho if you are interested.
Please contact me and I will advise you how to obtain those records.
He was put down 21 Feb 85 at Camp Butler, Okanawa
Bill Cummings Nemo Committee