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JIM CARL MC NAMAR
 

Rob  Pearce
Marine Sgt Nam 66' 67' VMO-6 MAG36
Remembering a Corpsman lost serving with the Marines. Semper Fi Doc.
Dec 24, 2015


Semper  Fi, Doc.
Thank you for your devotion to our Country and to your Marines.
Apr 17, 2014


JOHN  O'DONNELL
MARINE VET
TO HONOR A YOUNG BRAVE CORPSMAN
DOC THE NAME INSPIRES MEN WHO WERE LEADERS, MEN WHO CARED, MEN WHO WHEN THE TIME CAME WOULD GO ONTO THE BATTLEFIELD ARMED NOT WITH RIFFLES OR WEAPONS OF DESTRUCTION. BUT ARMED WITH MEDICINE'S AND GAUZE PACK'S AND OTHER TOOLS TO HELP RECONSTUCT OTHER'S WHO WERE WOUNDED. THE DOC WOULD NOT BE AFRAID TO GO AND ASSIST HIS MARINES NO! HE WOULD SACRIFICE HIMSELF IN ORDER TO SAVE OTHERS. THIS IS WHY ALL NAVAL CORPSMAN ARE REVERED BY THIER MARINE BROTHERS. SEMPER FI! SIR AND THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DID. YOU ARE A HERO! YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN.
Apr 14, 2014


Beverly  Stein
bookkeeper57@frontier.com
Honored American
9520 Paulding Road New Haven IN 46774
I honor and remember you this day dear sir. You died on the this day so many years ago. The same day as my brother Howard W Bandelier - also a Navy Hospital Corpsman and in the same area. Maybe the two of you served together. I am thankful for you and your gift to our country. Rest in peace American Hero.
Apr 17, 2013


Mona  Fuell Fierro
mfierro5249@gmail.com
665 bullion #46 Elko NV 89801 United States
God Bless you Jim.
All these years later and you remain in my thoughts. I remember you dry wit and how you could make all of us laugh. Thank you and all our people who gave their lives so we can be safe and our country free. Also I hope this finds Terry and Gene happy. My love to you and all of our heroes, alive and those who have passed on.
Jun 17, 2011


Manuel Pino  B/2/8th Cav,1st Cav 68-69
manuel.manuel.pino728@gmail.com

H&S/3/26th marines/3rd Marine Div/3rd MAF
Jul 18, 2009


Russ  Brady
brad9664@hotmail.com
Friend and classmate
6 Meadow CT Raymond NH 03077 USA
Just an email and mailing address update to my message of June 2000.
Nov 12, 2008


Ray Harton
mc2316774@aol.com
Honoring A Brave Corpsman Today
http://www.father-capodanno.org
"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers, for he today that sheds his blood with me, shall always be my brother". (William Shakespeare)" Rest in Peace". You have not been forgotten. Semper-Fi Marine. Cpl.Harton USMC Ret. Vietnam 1967 5th Marines.
Saturday, September 16, 2000


Russ Brady
lingam@prodigy.net
In same class in Corpsman School
99 Powers St. #180
Milford, NH 03055-4963 USA
Studied and partied with Jim at Great Lakes, Illinois from 1/67 to 5/67. He wasn't the best student and was almost thrown out of the class until we got together and helped him get his grades and bs quotient up and we graduated together. I'll never forget his irreverent sense of humor or his lack of tolerance for Navy bull. One of the old Navy nurses who trained us called Jim a shitbird. She couldn't have been more wrong. Jim could do more for morale with a quick comeback than anyone I ever met. I'm proud to have known him.
Monday, June 05, 2000


Mona Fuell Fierro
mona1@elko.net
good friend
665 Bullion #48
Elko, Nevada 89801 USA
I went to school with Jim and Ran around with him and his brother's. He was raised by his mother and grandfather on his dad's side. His father gave his life to keep us a free country in Korea. He was a wonderful friend and a wonderful man. I know that anyone that knew him feels the same way.
Thursday, March 09, 2000

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