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ALL VETS PLEASE SHOW US WHO YOU ARE


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Please post a " 1 " here if you have served our country. We want to recognize you and express our appreciation for your service to us and to our country that we love. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR S

20 YEAR Navy vet, served both desert sheild, desert storm, kosovo, enduring freedom, guantanamo bay. NOW I AM READY FOR A REAL RETIREMENT STARTING AFTER THE GOI SITS THERE A***** DOWN, THEN WE CAN ALL

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Please post a " 1 " here if you have served our country. We want to recognize you and express our appreciation for your service to us and to our country that we love. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SERVICE AND SACRIFICE !

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1 US NAVY 1963 - 1984

Just had to see if you may have run across dad while in service?

Dads nick names Sailor Dave, Grandpa Dave

Thank you all for your service, and to those who have fallen, we will never forget.

God Bless America!

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Carl David "Dave" Divelbiss, (CDR, Supply Corps, USN, Ret.), age 73, passed away of lung cancer on September 28, 2008 at his home in Roslyn, Washington. He retired from the Navy after 22 years of service to his country. While in Vietnam Dave served on the USS Benewah (APB-35) from July 1966 to May 1968 as Supply and Logistics Officer on the Staff of Commander River Assault Flotilla One - Commander River support Squadron Seven from it's onset on September 1966 to April 1968. He initiated the planning of supply functions required for the new Mekong Delta Mobile Riverine Force and was the author of the new Navy supply support concept of riverine warfare. He developed the complete supply support plan and detailed supply procedures for the entire Mobile Riverine Base of 5 ships, 100 boats and almost 4,000 Army and Navy personnel. Dave leaves behind his devoted wife Fran of 50 years, his son, two daughters and their spouses and five grandchildren. Dave was a wonderful man and devoted husband, father and grandfather and he will be sorely missed not only by all his family but by his many friends as well. He often spoke of all who he served with in Vietnam and his hope was to have attended one of the MRFA reunions, which unfortunately did not happen.

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God Bless all of you - I salute you all. My dad was in the US Army in 1937 to 1941 then enlisted into the Navy 12/7/41 to 1945, and I grew up with an immense love and respect for our military and it's YOU "Number 1's" who have made this country GREAT. Thank you and enjoy your RV!!!

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