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Glenn Earl Prentice

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Charlie Battery

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Sergeant

1st Battalion 13th Marines


Radio Operator In An Artillery Forward Observer Team

26th Marines


HMM-364.org Inc


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My name is Glenn Prentice, former Sergeant with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion 13th Marines, and I served in Vietnam from early November 1967 until late November 1968.
For much of that time period, I was attached out to India Company, 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines as the radio operator in an artillery Forward Observer team. Sergeant Glenn Prentice, Untied States Marine Corps Glenn E. Prentice's History Index


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Arrotta suggested that another radio operator (RO), Glenn Earl Prentice, be included to relate some "real world" situations they encountered .
Prentice, as a Sergeant, was a forward observer/radio operator attached from the 13th Marines. Their first training session that Arrotta and Prentice were participants of occurred in September 2006. Arrotta and Prentice were invited to see the class perform practical applications of what they had learned in the Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Ranges near the Salton Sea in California in April 2007. Glenn Earl Prentice, center Glenn Earl Prentice, right Real world situations as you and Glenn have described stay with them and they will benefit from them in the future.


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Glenn E. Prentice is retired General Manager of,
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Linda and Glenn E. Prentice


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Arrotta suggested that another radio operator (RO), Glenn Earl Prentice, be included to relate some "real world" situations they encountered. Prentice, as a Sergeant, was a forward observer/radio operator attached from the 13th Marines.Their first training session that Arrotta and Prentice were participants of occurred in September 2006.Arrotta and Prentice were invited to see the class perform practical applications of what they had learned in the Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Ranges near the Salton Sea in California in April 2007. Glenn Earl Prentice, centerCpl. Arrotta controlling orbiting aircraft for a CAS mission in Feb. of 1968 on the left.Glenn Earl Prentice, rightReal world situations as you and Glenn have described stay with them and they will benefit from them in the future.


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