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Name: Bill Zadel
Date: 24 Jun 2009 14:22:57 GMT

Comment: I just completed a quick visit to the jarheadjocks website, and I enjoyed it a great deal. Good Job!


Name: Granny Amos
Date: 26 Jun 2009 23:48:37 GMT
 

Comment: Ed, great web site; open it to the group Granny


Name: Brian McClafferty
Date: 27 Jun 2009 11:00:07 GMT  

Comment: This is an important part of the military history of our country. It is also unique and fascinating in its content. Many people who follow and love sports should have access to the information that is on this site.


Name: Steve Banks
Date: 2 Jul 2009 22:19:04 GMT

Comment: jarheadjocks is very easy to use,great job!I have original programs and glossy pictures of the coaching staff 57?58 teams. Will mail them to you. Steve


Name: Jim McGowan
Date: 3 Jul 2009 12:43:16 GMT
Comment: Ed == As always, an excellent job! I had never read the story of 'Bear's search' and it was a special moment. Thanks for everything. Well done! == Jim

Name: John Juul
Date: 1 Aug 2009 17:59:32 GMT

Comment: What a magnificent job was done in putting this Web Page together. I really enjoyed going through it. Lots of fond memories! Now that I've retired for the "second time" - USMC (1990) & Florida School System (2009) - Doris and I will have more flexibility in our schedule to get out to one of the reunions and meet with everyone. Thanks for keeping everyone updated on all these activities. God bless you all - Semper Fi - John & Doris Juul (Football '64 - '65)


Name: Dennis Stonehocker

Date: 28 Aug 2009 02:30:58 GMT
Comment: Received an unexpected letter from Dave Farley who was the Track and Field coach at Quantico in 1968 of which I was a member. He advised me of this site, looks great, and I hope that a lot of the old jarheads find this and maybe we can get together.

 

Name: Jack Wells
Date: 22 Oct 2009 03:30:57 GMT
Comment: Great site......congrats to who ever created it. Jack Wells Basic Class 6-67

Name: George Ruof
Date: 22 Oct 2009 13:39:24 GMT

Comment: Good to see names of guys i played football with in 1965. Good job


Name: Patricia Mcwhinney Smith
Date: 2 Feb 2010 23:13:57 GMT
 

Comment: My dad Arthur R MCWhinney played ctr for All Marine Football team at Quantico 1928-1929. We have his memorabilia and uniform. During off season he was a horse marine in Nicarauga & Panama


Name: Walt Ford
Date: 24 Mar 2010 13:37:37 GMT

Comment: Great source of superb info on past Quantico athletes. Thank you. Walt
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Name: Pete Optekar
Date: 3 Mar 2011 02:39:39 GMT
 
Comment: Ed, Thanks for the wonderful contribution you've made for those of us who hold dearly the time we spent as Marines and Marine Athlete!!


Name: Robt G Harriman
Date: 9 Dec 2011 18:41:11 GMT   
Comment: The account of the battle for Mikes Hill recounting how Capt. Prichard was killed is not accurate. In fact it is pure fiction. One would think if you really did wish to Honor A Marine officer like Capt. Prichard, you could have worked a little harder to find the truth.



Name: Harry Dellinger
Date: 28 Dec 2012 05:37:43 GMT   


Comment: I came to your web site looking for members of TBS 2/65 class. We are holding a reunion of our class in Quantico on 2-5 May. Ron Maheu was a member of our class as was Bud Jones and you do not have Tom Teigen on your list. Although I had played a little college football, I opted to concentrate on my studies at TBS rather than go out for the team.


Name: Bill Gaffney

 
Date: 28 Jan 2013 08:26:02 GMT

 

Comment: What a great site and idea. I was the trainer for the 1964 football team and I am happy that I stumbled onto this site. I had no idea anybody even rememberd us.



Name: Bill Gaffney
Date: 28 Jan 2013 08:41:14 GMT
 


Comment: I was the trainer for the 1964 team. It was not an easy job, no help just me.I later learned that the Marine Corps did not care for my activity with the team and said so in my service record. I had been promised if I took the job that I would be ok with the TBS. My recently obtained service records tell a different story. I just wish they had told me! I am sad that my name is not listed with the 1964 team.



Name: David Palmer
Date: 14 Feb 2013 18:01:02 GMT  


Comment: FANTASTIC Website! I added your link to my bookmark, and forwarded your website to my friends. I really appreciate this tremendous resource. Also, another great website is http://www.veteranprograms.com where veterans can learn about hidden government benefits, how to properly increase their compensation, take part in super giveaway specials for veterans, and find out what merchants are giving discounts to veterans. Keep up the great job!



Name: Robert Federspiel
Date: 27 Feb 2013 17:40:13 GMT
 
 


Comment: great website....my only problem is that the 1962 team seems to have been short changed....our season was cut short by Cuban Missile crisis....noticed there is no team picture and very little personal info....the photo appearing on the square is of a 1965 group.....two of our teammates gave their lives ..Pritchard and Spainhour...I have a 1962 team brochure with pictures if you are interested in making any updates......great job/effort...kudos to the organizers....Bob Federspiel



Name: Timothy Monahan Email: Timmy2376@aol.com
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Country:   Date: 2 Aug 2013 03:46:19 GMT

Comment: Hi my name is Tim Monahan. I am really enjoying the website. I was just wondering if any of you out there may remember my father. He was stationed in Quantico and a member of the track team in the late 60's. Any feedback would be fantastic.



Name: Tim monahan Email: Timmy2376@aol.com
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Country:   Date: 2 Aug 2013 03:54:58 GMT

Comment: Does anyone remember John Monahan? Late 60s track team?



Name: Jerry Collins Email: jerrycollins3006@gmail.com
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Country: USA  Date: 1 May 2014 15:26:47 GMT

Comment: Played with the '68 team. Would like to get my hands on the team guide from that year. Does anyone have an extra or could you make photo copy of the book. Also the '69 book if cando. Mail to PO Box 871323, Vancouver, WA 98687. Thanks and Semper Fi



 
 
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