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    US Army SFC (Ret) 1981-2002, 55B
    Fort Carson, Soegel FRG, Fort Lewis, Wildflecken FRG,
    Desert Storm, Fort Riley, Waegwan ROK, Fort Riley,
    Taegu ROK, Civil Service Fort Riley
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    US Army, 11B, 2Bn 7Cav Ft. Hood, etc.
    Airborne, etc. Ft. Benning
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    United States Army 1975-1995
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    Ft. Dix, Ft. Belvoir, Korea, Ft. Hood, Korea, Ft. Hood, Bamberg, Germany, Ft. Riley, Desert Storm, Korea, Ft. Riley
    Was in all types of units that had vehicles, learned to fix them all, hence the 63 Everything MOS.
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    Alons, Ranger! I take it by the moniker that you too were subjected to the Darby Queen sometime in your career?
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    Its about time!

    12b all through the '90s. 2/75 most of the time, Ft. Lewis. Benning (of course) and some time at Bragg. Went to Jackson in 96 to join 375 training brigade. I dont know why I did that... stupid I guess.
    Then I went to back to Missouri and got lost in the woods with all those 33b's, finally found my way out of that and went home.
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    11M in National Guard, 91B & 91X active duty.

    Ft. Bragg, Ft. Hood, Ft. Benning, Ft. Sam
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