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Stinger Gunners

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Submitted by Martin Garza (United States), Feb 10, 2014 at 16:40

Hi! Yes I remember you. I ran into you in San Diego, 32nd street gate back in 1988 after a few months of arriving to SD. It also affected me mentally for awhile when things went down. I had so many nightmares while in the Persian Gulf and a few flashbacks in 1990 and 2002. So whatever happened to Charlie? Hope he's fine. He was such a character. I had to saved his ass many times on board the USS Conygham. They wanted a piece of him because of the things he would say. LOL Memories.

Martin

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