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USAF, '82-'85. Airframe Repair Technician(sheetmetal). Bergstrum AFB, Austin, TX.
Navy, 04-10 reactor mechanic, MMN1(sw/aw). Cvn69
USAF, Space Systems Technician, Loring AFB, Maine. 1984-88.
Which means I helped win the Cold War by shoveling snow.
7 years, US Army.
56th Field Artillery Brigade (Pershing nuclear BOMBS) Schwabisch Gmund, Germany
294th US Field Artillery Group (Lance nuclear BOMBS) Flensburg, Germany
23rd US Army Field Arty Detachment (nuclear BOMBS fired from a frikking howitzer--that's basically firing a nuclear bomb from a tank) t'Harde, Netherlands
104th Military Intelligence Battalion (no nuclear BOMBS, and not much intelligence either) Ft Carson, Colorado USA
Usn. '99-'03. Ae2 (nac/aw).
USAF - 1970 to '74. Worked Weapons Control Systems on F-4C & D Phantoms. Served at Clark AFB Philippines, Danang Vietnam, Udorn Thailand, and George AFB, CA.
I never served in the military, but as the proud father of a former USAF Captain who served 2 deployments in the Middle East, and the proud uncle of a current US marine, i would like to thank you gentlemen for your service.
Medical Services Specialist
Wilford Hall Hospital
San Antonio, Tx.
3 yrs Army
Army, '71-'01. Jungles, Deserts, Etc
US Army Hospital
Ft Campbell, KY
Were you one of the MPs that broke up our beer party
on the water tower?
1988-1991 US Army 6/3 ADA Schwabach, Germany and 197th INF BGDE for Desert Storm
UK Royal Air Force 82-89, including 6 months in Belize before it got tidied up.
U.S. Army 1984-1991
988th Military Police Co. Ft. Benning GA. 84-85 Law Enforcement.
559 Artillery Group 85-87 SETAF (Italy) Nuclear Security (Nike Hercules).
87-90 Interrogator 8th Psyop Group.
Order back into the military for Desert Shield/Storm Ft. Detrick MD. Changed from my civilian police uniform back into my M.P. uniform for 4 months. War was over flew home and reported back to work the next day.
KELLY HILL!!!! Went to a few fights at the hideaway club on the hill when I was an M.P. at Benning. You had to watch yourself in that place. I had many encounters with soldiers from the "Dollar 97"
USAF 69-73 392nd Aerospace Medical Group
U.S. Navy 1990-Present
2/504 ABN INF 82nd Airborne Div. 1981-84
Respect, and thank you.