Hungry Marines at Reunion. Left to right: catering cook (name unknown) and Nick Warr. "Here is a white flag, if you burn the meat, wave the flag as you run from all those hungry Marines behind me." Photo taken at Nick and Pamela Warr's house at a BBQ held by the Warrs in Alpine, California during the reunion. Submitted by Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

Charlie Company Group Picture. Left to right of Delbert Best, Gary Sprinkle, Keith Vollendorf and Harold Thrasher standing in background. Picture taken during San Diego Reunion while at Nicholas and Pamela Warr's house in ALPINE, California. Nice chipping green that Nicholas had on the property. Submitted by Ed Engel and Harold Thrasher (Oct 1967-Oct 1968).

Charlie Company Group Picture at BBQ. Picture taken while group attented BBQ at Nick and Pamela Warr's house in Alpine, California. Group picture of Charlie Company Marines. Submitted by Ed Engel and Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

Nicks's Hole-in-one. Picture taken at Nicholas & Pamela Warr's house at Alpine, California for fund raiser BBQ for 1/5 Vietnam Veterans. Nicholas celebrating a hole in one on his chipping green or ants cawled up his pants leg. Submitted by Ed Engel and Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

Chip shot. John Erskine making a chip shot. Submitted by Ed Engel and Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

Chow Down. Mess hall line waiting patiently for BBQ and trimmings at Nicholas and Pamela Warr's house in Alpine, California for our fund raiser. Submitted by Ed Engel and Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

Humvee. MGene Deedon and Harold Thrasher in front of a Humvee at MCRD, San Diego. Submitted by Ed Engel and Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

Photo of our Reunion Bench & Tree; San Diego Reunion, 2000

I thought you would all enjoy this photo, which was taken by Pamela Warr in early January 2007.  The photo was taken at the War Memorial building, Balboa Park, San Diego , California.  The bench is clearly shown, and the tree is the tall pine tree behind it.  When we dedicated the bench and tree, there was a lot of foliage behind the bench.  It looks like they have torn out that foliage, and now our tree stands tall behind the bench.  The area was being “upgraded” and the irrigation was being repaired, so unfortunately you can see the orange barrier.

FYI, when planted seven years ago, the tree stood about 15 feet tall.  It has grown to at least twice that stature.
Photo submitted by Nick Warr, 10 Jan 2007.

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