USAF Navigator 1961 - 1981.
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AL Army National Guard 1976 - 1977:
MOS 67X20 - CH54 Helicopter Repairman (SkyCranes)
252 Transportation Co., B'ham, AL
US Army 1977 - 1985:
MOS 17K20 - Ground Surveillance Radar Operator
Baumholder/Wildflecken, FRG, CSC 1/68 Armor (77 - 80)
Fort Carson, CO (80 - 82)
MOS 46R20 - Army Broadcast Journalist
AFN Bremerhaven, FRG (82 - 85)
Medical Discharge (Diabetes) 1985
US Army Reserves
MOS 46R20 - Broadcaster
314th PAD (PCH), B'ham, AL 1985 - 1990
Rank: SGT / E-5
IRR 1990 - 1993
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"Bad spellers of the world - untie!"
DAV Life member, NRA Life member
Springfield XD 9mm Sub-Compact
Taurus PT111 Millennium Pro 9mm
US Army Reserve - 1988-1990
74D - Computer Operator
Presidio of San Francisco, CA
US Army - 1990-1998
98G - Military Linguist (Russian/Serbian/Croatian)
Presidio of Monterey, CA
Fort Polk, LA
Bosnia & Herzegovina
US Navy 1976 - 1996
STS (Sonar Technician Submarines)
USS Hunley (Holyloch)
NAVSTA Subic Bay (shut her down)
Spent 20 years, 9 months and 11 days in the US Army. Went to Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) School right after basic training. Stayed in that career field until my retirement in October, 1979 as a M/Sgt. My EOD career was a never ending gong show, punctuated on a few occasions by excruciating pain.
"There are few problems that cannot be solved by the expert application of high explosives."
U.S. Army July 1975 - January 1980
Basic Training - Fort Jackson, S.C.
AIT - Ft. Gordon, GA.
Duty Station - Cambrai Fritsch Kaserne Darmstadt, FRG
72G20 Autodin Switching Center Operator
The most exhilarating thing in life is getting shot at with no results.
- Winston Churchill
Endowment Life Member - NRA
Life Member - GOA
Member - Oath Keepers, SAF, CCRKBA
U.S. Army (72G) 1975-1980
US Army - 1967 - 1970
June 67 4 month delayed entry US Army
Nov. 67 - Feb. 68 Basic Training Ft. Lewis, WA
Feb. 68 - Nov. 68 AIT Ft. Monmouth, NJ
26Y20 Satellite Ground Station Repair
Nov. 68 - Nov. 70 Assigned USASATCOM Agency
Ft. Monmouth, NJ and Lakehurst Navel Air Station, Lakehurst, NJ
PCS Nov. 20, 1970
A 45 may not expand but it will never be smaller than .45!!!
NRA Life Member
U.S. Marine Corps 1987 to 1991. Most of my time at 29 Palms, CA.
My last year was all overseas. Phillipines, Okinawa and the big sand box in the mideast. Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
US Army, 1968-70, Vietnam (RVN) 5/69-4/70 with First Infantry Division (Big Red One), E-5.
Currently 100% service-connected disabled, permanent and total, by Veterans Affairs (VA) as result of Multiple Myeloma (cancer of the bone marrow), which is deemed presumptive to Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam.
"It's a big gun when I carry it, it is also a big gun when I take it out” – Clint Smith
U.S. Army, 1983-86
C-BTRY 1/320th FA 82nd ABN
F.O. for A-CO 3/325th AIR 3rd PLT
I spent my time in hell!
And I'd do it all again!
0351/52, 0331, 0341
Semper Fidelis and Happy Birthday my Brothers.
1979 - 1987 U.S. Army
Ft L. Wood (basic)
DLI FLC (Monterey, Ca.)
Goodfellow AFB, TX
Ft. Meade, MD
NAEC Lakehurst, NJ
Palmerola AFB, Comyaguas, Honduras
N.A.S. Key West, FL
Got out as E-5/SGT
(met my wife at DLI FLC - we are still together... )
14th Marine Regiment,
2531 Radio Operator (battery operated grunt)
Happy Birthday and Semper Fi!
XD40 Service 4" CCW
RRA DEA Model TAC CAR A4 Mod.