Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Criminal Investigator Daniel S. Tindle

United States Marine Corps Criminal Investigation Division, U.S. Government

End of Watch Thursday, August 29, 1968

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Reflections for Criminal Investigator Daniel S. Tindle

We will never forget! Yours was not in vain!

Matt Lyons
Retired USMC CID

May 24, 2006

Rest in peace. SEMPER FI

Officer Eric Newbury
California Highway Patrol

May 18, 2006

You served your country in two ways, as a cop, and as a Marine. From my heart, I thank you for both.

God Bless and Rest in Peace.

Ptl. Jim Leahy, Jr.
Harvard University Police Dept.

March 18, 2006

You are still remembered.

Matt Lyons
USMC CID Retired

October 2, 2005

S/Sgt. Tindle,
On today, the 37th anniversary of your murder, I would like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country and our Corps.

Semper Fi Devil Dog!
Fellow Marine

August 29, 2005

We will always remember!

Chief Investigator Matt Lyons, Retired
USMC Criminal Investigations Division

July 18, 2005

Thank you for your service and sacrifice. You are not forgotten.

DE
St. Louis City Police

July 12, 2005

Investigator Tindle, all is well in our beloved Marine Corps as we enter the year 2005. We are still doing the same job we as Marines have done for hundreds of years. Winning wars and making Marines. Your mission is still our mission. Rest in Peace brother!

Chief Investigator Matt Lyons, Retired
USMC Criminal Investigation Division

January 6, 2005

SEMPER FI LEATHER NECK, YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO COUNTRY AND CORPS.

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MILITARY POLICE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION DIVISION (5811/5813)
CPL USMC

CPL
USMC

October 19, 2004

Investigator Tindle, You have not been forgotten! Your brothers and sisters continue your mission and pursuit of justice. We remember your service and the day you gave your life over 36 years ago! Your's is the bench mark by which we all measure ourselves! Rest in peace!

Chief Investigator (Retired)
United States Marine Corps Criminal Investigation Division

September 2, 2004

You are remembered and revered by your brother Agents, brother Marines, and family! Yours was not in vain!

Chief Investigator Matt Lyons, Retired
U.S. Marine Corps CID (Defunct)

August 10, 2004

Your are not forgotten on this 4th of July 2004. Rest in Peace!

GySgt Matt Lyons
USMC CID (Retired)

July 3, 2004

Semper Fidelis, brother.

GySgt of Marines
Union City Police Dept

June 21, 2004

Rest in Peace fellow Devil Dog. Your sacrifice will not be forgotten! SEMPER FIDELIS!

J. Garner
Ga. Dept. of Corrections

January 29, 2004

Merry Christmas Investigator Tindle! You are missed by your family and a model of professionalism to your Brother Investigators.

December 22, 2003

How successful an organization is and how its members view the organization can best be affected by how the organizations treats or recognizes it past members' sacrifices and achievements. CID Agent Daniel S. Tindle was an early pioneer of law enforcement and investigations within the U.S. Marine Corps and Naval Service, and yes even the United States. The hardships he endured and obstacles he overcame cannot be measured by today's standards. Equally this could be said of present day military investigators and law enforcement personnel. However, one thing that remains unchanged is the basic mission of keeping the peace, preserving order, seeking out the truth, and the high risk involved when any law enforcement professional (Present Day or Old Corps) puts their lives on the line, in pursuit of a worthy objective. Many of the Marine Special Agents (NCIS) today may not readily know who Staff Sergeant Daniel S. Tindle was, but most likely share the same ethos that is known by all who wear a badge, and sometimes go into harm's way.

I am respectfully submitting this reflection as recognition for the sacrifice and acts of bravery U.S. Marine CID Agent Daniel S. Tindle exhibited on the day of his death. Law Enforcement professionals of yester year, who have been overlooked, for their heroic and brave service are equally valued still today as we enter the 21st Century. The essence of promoting "Espirt de Corps" is embedded in how we treat our fallen.

SSgt Daniel S. Tindle you did your duty and the United States Marine Corps and Navy communities are a better place because of you.

Respectfully Submitted,

Matt Lyons
Chief Investigator USMC CID
Gunnery Sergeant, USMC Retired

Chief Investigator Matt Lyons, USMC CID
U. S. Marine Criminal Investigation Division (CID)

November 11, 2003

former USNR.

Semper Fi !

Ret Officer RB Wade
Richmond, Va., Police

August 29, 2003

Marines and Police Officers are part of a brotherhood that others will never know!

Ofc. Culver
Police Ofc. and former Marine

Ofc. Culver
Holly Hill Police Department

Rest easy Brother...you are not forgotten.


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