Atomic Veterans Of Florida

FL Commander: Tom Botchie
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This site is designed as a memorial to my Father as well as a tool for reaching Atomic Veterans in Florida. It is not an offical NAAV website. It is here to honor all Atomic Veterans. Thank you for your service to our country. Sincerely, Becky Miller website owner and author

So many of you retire here and some come for our wonderful winters. Enjoy your stay and our sunshine.

FLORIDA COMMANDER: Tom Botchie
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Our deepest sympathy to the family of Bill Simkins. Bill passed away May 21, 2003. He served unselfishly as our NAAV Florida Commander. He will be greatly missed.


Loving thoughts and prayers for all of our troops abroad Thank you to our troops for risking your lives for us to be free. We hope that you come home safely, soon.




In loving my memory of my Father, Capt. Jimmy P. Robinson, USAF. He was an F-84G-5 Cloud Sampler pilot who was lost during Operation Ivy, Mike Shot Nov. 1,1952. He was the first H-Bomb casualty.

He finally had his day at Arlington with a full military honors service.






CAPTAIN JIMMY P. ROBINSON



CAPTAIN JIMMY P. ROBINSON



We are trying to find Atomic Veterans. We would like to update our lists and try to come together in meetings around Florida.
Thank you,
Becky

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Links
Operation Ivy History and Thanks
Genetically Impaired Offspring Project
NAAV Contacts
Application Forms
My Dad's speech Oct.17,1944
Record Corrected on H-Bomb First
USS Rendova Marine H-19 Helicopter Pilots
Administration Office Enewetok, M.I.
Operation Ivy Pilots' Briefing
Operation Hartack Richard Gray
Operation Ivy Pilot's Briefing
Do You Remember These?
On the Lighter Side
Operation Redwing Certificate
Operation Redwing C-47 Crew 1952
Maj. Charles A.(Chuck) Broudy, USMC
Welcoming Salute: Arlington
Marine Band
Caisson for Maj. Broudy
Folding the Flag
Mrs. Pat Broudy receives the Flag
Maj. Charles A. Broudy's Memorial Stone
The Broudy Family
Miss Priss
Dave Purdy
Eileen Welsome's book: The Plutonium Files
John Bankston's Book: Invisible Enemies

NAAV Store: Order NAAV Items




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