We are offtially a christmas tree! =] =] =]
Are we really that young?!? we do have the most members out of most of the other zones.
Welcome from the MFS Hells Fury
To: The Officers and Crew of the Pathfinder
From: The Officers and Crew of the MFS Hells Fury
Welcome to MFI! I hope you'll enjoy your time with us :)
Do you plan on having a marine detachment on board? If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask :)
--Force Colonel M'HutIhpung zantai-SalHov (Robert Torres)
CO, MFS Hells Fury (KTF) Aide de Camp: Operations, MFMC
RTorres 09:44, 14 December 2005 (PST)
Might I suggest (note this is not an order) that you change the size of your cell logo. Such a large size actually overwhelms the page. Just a suggestion based on years of page design experience --RAdm Logan Andrews 18:18, 18 March 2007 (PST)
Mourning Comm Badge & Blue Star Banner
I was taking care of naming the 514th correctly per our rules and fixing the link on your main page when I ran across these two additions.
I am curious. What are you mourning? Did someone die?
As to the Blue Star Banner, I salute all serving Vets. Is Cary the only one being honored? If so I believe a single blue star is correct while he is serving on active duty.
To quote: "The flag or banner is defined as a white field with a red border, with a blue star for each family member in active duty. A gold star (with a blue edge) represents a family member that died during service, without specifying cause of death. The deceased might have been killed in action, or died due to unrelated causes." 'Family Member' is further defined as someone who is a part of the group displaying the banner, not just real family.
Anyway, this is my comment/question on behalf of Steve the Citizen and Veteran. Not as a MFI VADM... <GRIN>
Not sure why you reverted back to the old, inoperative link, so...
Here is the correct link, in case you want it...
514th Marine Assault Group
Best Wishes, VADM Steve