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By admin | February 10th, 2018

1070s shooter Keith Mosier back on the USMCCCA rolls

1973 amphibious assault. (photo by Kieth Mosier)

1973 amphibious assault. (photo by Kieth Mosier)

Cpl Keith Mosier

Cpl Keith Mosier

Sgt. Keith Mosier has come back to the fold, renewing his CC dues last month after a long absence.

Keith, an award winning Marine photographer who snagged an Associated Press fellowship in New York City as a lance corporal, has been living in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky since his discharge from FMLant (Norfolk, Virginia) in 1976.

Among his active duty bosses and running mates “back in the day”(CC members, all)were Lt. Col. Bill Boone, 2nd Lt. Bob Jordan, Master Sgt. Norm Garrett and Sgts. Dick Bugda and Keith Oliver.

“Mosh” is perhaps best known for an iconic shot of an amphibious landing at Saros Bay, Turkey in the early fall of 1973.

Keith Mosier

Keith Mosier

That particular 6th Fleet task force with whom Mosier deployed, “hung around the Med for two months following their NATO exercise.” Their mission was to be that ubiquitous “force in readiness” – this time during the Yom Kippur War, when Israel was invaded simultaneously by Egypt and Syria in October 1973.

In civilian life, Mosier retired after 39 years as a senior engineering technologist with DuPont. Keith now spends his time “chasing after my three grandchildren and taking photos of them.

“And my wife Bobbi and I follow our very busy grandkids in cheerleading, orchestra, band, tennis, softball and archery,” he said. “But we do manage to get to the Caribbean a couple times a year.”


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