Domingo, Dominador, Jr., HMC

Deceased
 
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Last Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Last Primary NEC
HM-8482-Pharmacy Technician
Last Rating/NEC Group
Hospital Corpsman
Primary Unit
1989-1994, PhM-0000, Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego, CA (NMCSD)
Service Years
1965 - 1988
Foreign Language(s)
Spanish
HM-Hospital Corpsman
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Home Country
Philippines
Philippines
Year of Birth
1943
 
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Contact Info
Home Town
San Pablo, Castillejos, Zambales, Philippines
Last Address
Dominador passed away at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, California.
He was laid to rest in Glen Abbey Memorial Park in Bonita, California.

Date of Passing
Feb 23, 2010
 
Location of Interment
Glen Abbey Memorial Park - Bonita, California
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

US Navy Retired 20


 Unofficial Badges 

Order of the Shellback US Navy Honorable Discharge Cold War Medal Navy Chief Initiated

Gulf of Tonkin Yacht Club Order of the Golden Dragon


 Military Association Memberships
Chapter 2Branch 312
  1988, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 2 (Member) (San Diego, California) [Verified] - Chap. Page
  1988, Fleet Reserve Association (FRA), Branch 312 (Member) (San Diego, California) [Verified] - Chap. Page


 Additional Information
Last Known Activity

Dominador G. Domingo, Jr. 
Chief Corpsman, USN (ret.)


Dominador G. Domingo, Jr., was born on February 2, 1943 at home in San Pablo, Castillejos, Zambales, Philippines. His parents were Dominador Domingo Sr. and Elizabeth Gonzales Domingo. Dominador was raised in San Pablo, Castillejos, Zambales, Philippines. He graduated from Castillejos Academy in 1959 and attended the Mapua Institute of Technology, in Manila, for three years before applying to the US Navy. His favorite courses were chemistry and math.

He served for more than 23 years by the United States Navy as a Hospital Corpsman, and retired as Chief (E-7). He then served several years working at NavCare and Balboa Naval Hospital as a Pharmacy Technician. Dominador was a team player who certainly lived out the motto of "give me a job, and I will get it done."

Dominador was a Navy veteran. His sense of duty helped lead him into the military where his understanding of rank, his willingness to abide by rules and regulations and his desire to follow orders was admired by his fellow service men and women. He was stationed at Naval Hospital Cubi Point, Subic, Philippines, attended Naval Post Graduate School in Fort Ord, Monterey, California, and was stationed in Bremerton, Washington, on the USS Constellation (dry-docked in Bremerton, Washington), at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia, at Balboa Hospital in San Diego, California, and at Guam Naval Hospital in Guam. Dominador served on the USS Mars during the Vietnam War. Through his hard work and dedication, he achieved the rank of Chief Petty Officer (E-7). He received several awards recognizing him for his heroism, including a National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with two Bronze Stars, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Navy Disaster Task Force / Republic of the Philippines Presidential Unit Commendation, Navy Achievement Medal and five Good Conduct Awards.

Dominador passed away on February 23, 2010 at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, California. Dominador's ailments had started way back in 1986, when he was in his 21st year in the US Navy and stationed in Guam Naval Hospital. He became very ill and was diagnosed with the disease Lupus (SLE) with complications. Although he recovered from his first bout with Lupus, over the years his symptoms would get worse. Lupus continued to affect other major organs in his body. On February 23rd, he finally succumbed to the disease that he bravely battled for 24 years.
   
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 Duty Stations
US Navy(HM) Hospital Corpsman A School, San DiegoUSS Mars (AFS-1)Naval Hospital Subic Bay, PI (RMC)
Naval Postgraduate School (Faculty Staff)NAVSTA BremertonUSS Constellation (CV-64)Naval Hospital Portsmouth, VA
Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego, CA (NMCSD)Naval Hospital Agana, Guam
  1965-1965, HR-0000, Recruit Training Center (RTC) (Faculty Staff)
  1966-1967, HA-0000, (HM) Hospital Corpsman A School, San Diego
  1967-1969, HM-0000, USS Mars (AFS-1)
  1969-1972, HM-0000, Naval Hospital Subic Bay, PI (RMC)
  1973-1974, HM-0000, Naval Postgraduate School (Faculty Staff)
  1975-1975, HM-0000, NAVSTA Bremerton
  1976-1978, HM-0000, USS Constellation (CV-64)
  1978-1981, HM-0000, Naval Hospital Portsmouth, VA
  1982-1985, HM-8482, Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego, CA (NMCSD)
  1985-1988, HM-0000, Naval Hospital Agana, Guam
  1989-1994, PhM-0000, Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego, CA (NMCSD)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1967-1968 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase III Campaign (67-68)
  1968-1969 Vietnam War
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  Feb 23, 2010, CPO Dominador G. Domingo1
  Feb 26, 2013, General Photos1
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