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Korea 1953-1957 one of the lucky ones L battery 4th Bn. 11th Marines
Posted by:
BIGMARINE, on December 30, 1999 at 06:02 PM EST

I joined the army reserves in 1968
Posted by:
sumodave, on December 30, 1999 at 05:52 PM EST

US Army 97 Signal Battalion 1962-1964 US Army Reserve 1964-1970
Posted by:
old dinasaur, on December 30, 1999 at 08:22 PM EST

My husband was in the AF from 1966 thru 1989. Ramstein (66-69;81-84), Pope (69), Chanute (70-73, fuels instructor), Ubon (73-74), Zweibrucken (74-77), Kapaun AS (77-79), Altus (70-81),Fargo ND (84-86), and Little Rock (86-89. I followed him every where but Ubon. We went through the Carter years and thought that was awful, but what has happened during Slick Willy's tenure is just plain unbelievable. What will it take for people to realize we need a stong and intelligent military? Hey pmxpilot, I work for the AF as the editor of the C-130 Weapons Instructor Course, its a great aircraft!
Posted by:
poltergeist, on December 30, 1999 at 08:47 PM EST

Active duty USMC Sgt. 1965-1971 Airdale H&MS 14, MAG 14 2nd MAW Cherry Point Served tour on Embassy Duty Served tour as recruiter Never posted to RVN and feel guilty about it Semper Fi to my brothers!
Posted by:
skorp118, on December 30, 1999 at 08:49 PM EST

I served in the United States Army Volunteered for the Draft in 1952 to 1954, 175th Signal Service Company, Alaska. Discharged and served in Active Reserve from 1954 to 1961. Enlisted in the United States Army Security Agency in 1961 to 1967, Served in the United States Army Medical Corp from 1967 to 1979. Retired at Fort Benning, Ga in 1979. I served my Country, I am very appreciative of my Career. My Country was good to me as a Soldier. My heart will always be with my Brothers and Sisters that Served. I love you all very much. Luke.
Posted by:
Luke, on December 30, 1999 at 08:36 PM EST

My Real Hero was my Brother, SGT Lynwood A. Smith, that volunteered in the US Army, Served in the 1St Division, 18TH Infantry, North African Campaign, WW2. Captured by the Germans, Escaped with another Corporal, leaped over a high ledge, and landed over 100 feet below, Germans sprayed the place that he landed and left him for dead, he crawled for miles on his stomach due to severe muscle injuries in his legs. An English scouting party picked him up, and took him to an Aid Station. I know he received The Silver Star, and Many other Medals, but most of all he was proud to serve his country. He has now passed on, but he will always be my hero.
Posted by:
Luke, on December 30, 1999 at 08:52 PM EST

PFC Claude Bogardus Ammo Bearer Machine Gun Squad Company C 325 GLIDER Infantry Regiment 82nd Airborne Division
Posted by:
Waumpuscat, on December 30, 1999 at 08:52 PM EST

USMC 1967 1971 Chu Lai & Danang VMFA 115 Silver Eagles VMFA 122 Crusaders For those who have fought for it, Freedom is a taste the protected will never now. Semper Fi!
Posted by:
tpull, on December 30, 1999 at 08:54 PM EST

USAF 1976-1999 LT COL RET US Embassy Tehran 1979 97th Bomb Wing 1990-91 DESERT STORM Grateful to have had the opportunity to serve alongside some of the finest men and women this country had to offer.
Posted by:
Garman, on December 30, 1999 at 09:40 PM EST

USAF; ARRS (PJ's) 1967 to 1971 "So others may live"
Posted by:
sas000,on December 30, 1999 at 10:02 PM EST

Memories I will carry forever. . . 1986 - My daughter (Saphire here on L.dot) when she was 13 years old, putting her arm around her dadís shoulder as he knelt and cried at the names of his fallen comrades on the traveling wall. (US Army 1968-1972, Sniper, 1st Cav, silver star, bronze star, three purple hearts) 1971 - Her dad at our wedding in his dress greens, medals, and still-bandaged wounds. 1999 - The look of pride on a young manís face as they handed him the flag from his dadís casket. (My late fiancť - Navy Veteran) Christmas Day, 1999 - Daddy, 75 years old, lifting up his 2 Ĺ year old grandson to show him the framed patch from his WWII Glider Pilot unit. (US Army Air Corp - 1942 - 1945) God Bless all you Veterans! Thank you all!
Posted by:
StarFire, on December 30, 1999 at 10:15 PM EST

I served as an artillery forward observer and fire support sergeant from '82 thru '88. 25th Inf. Div., (Schofield Barracks, Hawaii), 5th Mech Inf. Div., (Ft. Polk, Louisianna), and 2nd Armored Div. Fwd, (Garlstedt, Germany). My brother was with the 24th Inf during "Desert Storm". My father was a navigator in a B-24 "Liberator" (Southern Europe, 1944). My ancestors marched with Gen. Lee and rode with Gen. Marion against the British prior to that. Always "Duty, Honor, and Country" were important in our family. IMHO...to support Bill Clinton...is to spit in the face of every man and woman who ever served their country Honorably.
Posted by:
Godebert, on December 30, 1999 at 11:12 PM EST

USAF 1982-1986 most of that time spent at Little Rock AFB repairing ATC equipement Met BJ twice while there. Believe it or not I actually liked him then. Curently a member of The American Legion
Posted by:
MarkC, on December 31, 1999 at 12:17 AM EST

Enlisted, 1968. Basic, AIT, Airborne, Special Forces training. Then to Vietnam, 1969-70. Diverted to 75th Ranger Company, pulled 33 Ranger missions. Earned CIB, Purple Heart and other miscellaneous doo-dads (you show me yours, I'll show you mine). Then to Germany, 509th Airborne. Got out, back to college. Needed money, joined National Guard Ranger Company (the ONLY Nat'l Guard combat unit to go to VN). The Guard screwed around with my direct commission, so I went to Ft. Benning OCS. Later: Candidate, CIOR (Reserve military pentathlon). Transferred to Reserves, commanded Special Forces Detachment 125, 12th Special Forces Group. Did some other things. Returned to Active Duty in 1981. Did a number of assignments, including being selected for USMC Command & Staff College. Considered by some Marines to be more hard-core than most Marines. Spent a second year going through their program equivalent to Army's SAMS. Did a lot of budget analysis there, as well as spending a lot of time on the Hill. By the way, if a Marine and especially a Marine officer, plays dumb with you, he's probably setting you up for a slam-dunk. Believe they are stupid at your own risk. Chief, Non-Resident Training, Ft. Bragg, where, among many other things, I turned down a number of requests from police and other agencies to get training from some of our folks, including those with Greek alphabet designations. They didn't like that, so me and my boss got re-organized, and that function was taken away. Operations officer for a Civil Affairs Bde, managed the mobilization of the unit and subordinate units to Bosnia, dealing with national and local media (local's not bad. National are scum). Retired 2 yrs ago as LTC. Then went to Bosnia for the State Dept.
Posted by:
Doc Obi-wan, on December 31, 1999 at 01:50 AM EST

Hq & Hq USARAL Ft. Greely, AK Sp5 Special Services 1969-'71
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Posted by:
bruinbirdman, on December 31, 1999 at 06:35 AM EST

USMC 71-76 Vmfa-115 USN 80-82 CV-62 I take great pride in my sevice to our country. To bad that Clinton only takes pride in who services him!!
Posted by:
Izzy, on December 31, 1999 at 07:24 AM EST

U.S. Army 1968-71 30th Artillery Brigade Okinawa A-Bar Radar-Machine Gunner 4th & 5th Infantry Division, Ft. Carson, Colo. Commanding Generals Combat Rifle Team Vulcan Gunner-PLL
Posted by:
austin, on December 31, 1999 at 07:42 AM EST

Alan Lawrence Dry Sr. United States Navy 1969-1973. U.S.S. Hector AR-7, and U.S.S. Saratoga CV-60. Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club 1972. Sound General quarters, this is no drill. After my service in Viet Nam, I came home and served as a police officer until forced to retire on disability. I look at the mockery made of the U.S. Constitution by the likes of clinton and the liberal/socialist/commie bloc in this country and tears of rage come to my eyes. I'm old, crippled, fat and in no shape to fight, but the sight of him on tv boils my blood.
Posted by:
Saratoga, on December 31, 1999 at 07:49 AM EST

Was USN RM2, 58 to 62. Did 32 months in Panama. Carter signed it away and now Clinton stands by watching the Chinese take it over. Breaks my heart. Our security is nearly gone and for what? Thank you to the "real men and women" who loved US and gave all they had. What kind of people are those who continue to follow such a leader as Slick Willy? Are they really our children? 5272537 USN
Posted by:
ransyd, on December 31, 1999 at 08:31 AM EST

HSB 3/319th F.A. Ft. Campbell. KY 1977 - 1981 B/1/398/2/100th Div. U.S.Army Reserve 1982 - Jan., 1992 Planned to retire but could not in any way support Slick Willie - got the hell out. Proved to be a good move - don't recognize the service which WAS my Army.
Posted by:
bwells, on December 31, 1999 at 08:31 AM EST

H&S Co.,2nd BN.,4th Marines, 3rd MarDiv,FMF 1433658/2771 L Co.,142nd Inf. Rgt., 36th Div Texas Natl Guard 25877785/Mortor Gnr. Ding Hao, Dinkydau.........Semper Fi
Posted by:
carroll, on December 31, 1999 at 09:28 AM EST

It's great to see this unity of thought. Now we need to get our asses out and vote out this whole group of cowards and their supporters in congress.God bless America, and it's proud courageous defenders. CWO2(CHOPPER PILOT) 7TH/17TH AIR CAV QUIN NION RVN 68-69
Posted by:
Sammy, on December 31, 1999 at 12:41 PM EST

Please allow me to add my late father's name to the list: Ronald L. Somerville. He was a Navy dive bomber pilot in the Pacific during WWII & was the first American pilot rescued from Japanese inland waters during the war. He dropped out of college to enlist right after Pearl Harbor. Daddy never talked about medals, but he got the Navy Cross & the Distinguished Flying Cross. During the Vietnam War, if our family was in an airport, he always went up and shook the hands of soldiers on leave. We prayed for them, too, at every meal. Daddy died in 1986, but if he were alive today, I guarantee you that he would be thoroughly disgusted with the Clintons. I salute all of our veterans!
Posted by:
Missour-ah Girl, on December 31, 1999 at 04:30 PM EST

If you'll allow old geezers in on this: Pacific Theater, ComSubPac, mid-40's to mid-50s. Diesel boats forever! Not many of us left I'm afraid. Check out the post "Inside the Ring", this date...."The Silent Service is speaking out. The normally quiet fraternity of submariners......". My gut still wrenches, sometimes. Old warriors never die. They just fade away. Yeah, I know, it's "old soldiers" but it feels good just remembering old shipmates. Thanks
Posted by:
oceansailor, on December 31, 1999 at 09:46 AM EST

TIME FOR ME TO JOIN THE NEVER-ENDING LIST OF PATRIOTS & PRESERVERS OF THIS FANTASTIC COUNTRY. USAF 1957-1966 GERMANY: USAFSS 1957-60 PAKISTAN:USAFSS 1960-61 (U-2 W/F.G.POWERS) GERMANY: USAFSS 1961-64 CHANUTE AFB: 1964-66
Posted by:
townsendcurly, on December 31, 1999 at 05:17 PM EST

The Clintonists will pass, but I would not want to be the one who has to answer Old Daniel Webester's "How Stands The Union" Happy New Year to All. A Co, 2nd Bn, 14th Inf. 25th Inf. Div. Viet Nam, Mar. 67-68 Berlin Brigade, 68-69 Aloha
Posted by:
Flashback, on December 31, 1999 at 05:42 PM EST

"...it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds..." -- Samuel Adams Keep up the good fight! Cap Proudly Served USN USS PREBLE DLG-15 USS Duluth LPD-6 Vietnamn Vet
Posted by:
Cap, on December 31, 1999 at 05:53 PM EST

45th Tac Recon Sqd K-14. No guns, but Shot a lot of pictures. Thanks to the 4th Fighter Wing.
Posted by:
Searching, on December 31, 1999 at 09:58 PM EST

Army, 10/15/62 - 10/15/65. SP-5, E-10-3 Ft. Knox Basic, 10/15/63 - 11/11/64 B-7-2 HAWK Missle Korea, Ft. Bliss Texas, Ft. Geo G. Mead. Our country can survive one clinton, but the thought of another one or a clone scares me to death. Of course, I think we scare them more!
Posted by:
R. Fender, on January 01, 2000 at 12:30 AM EST

Brown shoe,served 57 to 76 USARMY, Ord VNam 68-69, Rest of tour, Stateside and Germany. Glad I'm not in now, because I'd be in stockade for telling WJC what I thought. Thanks
Posted by:
moonshiner, on January 01, 2000 at 01:58 AM EST

My beloved late dad, my brother (career Navy) and cousin (Annapolis grad and career Navy), as well as countless friends back in the 'Nam days are vets. My Daddy was in WWII-- cousin in 'Nam (yes, he graduated at TOP of his Annapolis Class), and bro in Operation Storm. We are equally proud of all three!
Posted by:
Brynna77, on January 01, 2000 at 10:16 AM EST

Thank you for honoring veterans! My husband is a veteran of the USAF. He served at Orlando AFB and Scott AFB
Posted by:
Dr. Scarpetta, on January 01, 2000 at 12:48 PM EST

7th SFG(A) (Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, NC 19th SFG(A), Camp Fogarty, RI 11th SFG(A) Fort Devens, MA 9th Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, WA 11th SFG(A), Newburgh, NY 3/18th INF, 187th INF BDE, Lawrence, MA 14th PSYOP Bn, Mountain View, CA 304th CA BDE, Philadelphia, PA HQ USAREUR, Heidelberg, GE PFC to Major via college and ROTC
Posted by:
pogo1776, on January 01, 2000 at 10:28 PM EST

Bless (****) 'em all, Bless (****) 'em all, The long and the short and the tall, Bless (****) all the Sergeants and WO1s, Bless (****) all the Privates that are having the fun, SO we're saying so long to them all... All the guys on the wall...... God Bless them all. Vietnam Vet Class of '62 & '68
Posted by:
jezzy, on January 01, 2000 at 03:39 PM EST

USAF, 317th AMS, Pope AFB, NC, 1979 - 1983
Posted by:
eblank, on January 02, 2000 at 12:48 AM EST

SGT MI USAR
Posted by:
ARMYMAN, on November 11, 1999 at 03:23 PM EST

I want to take a moment to thank God for bringing me and my men home safely, and honorably, every one after our tour of duty incountry Vietnam. Life is precious. I cannot thank you enough. So many didn't make it back. Sergeant E-5 NCOIC SSA SGN USARV
Posted by:
navigator, on November 11, 1999 at 02:07 PM EST

On behalf of my late father (U.S. Navy, 1941-1946), my late father-in-law (U.S. Navy, 1916 - 1946), my late brother (U.S. Navy, 1960-1980), my dear wife (U.S. Navy, Navy Reserve, 1973 - 1999) and myself (U.S. Navy, Navy Reserve, 1972 - 1997) may God richly bless all of you who have served the country and defended her freedoms.
Rick Schwartz 1972 - 1976 USN (Personnelman Second Class) 1976 - 1998 USNR (Personnelman First Class) Joan Schwartz (Mrs. Full Moon) 1973 - 1976 USN (Yeoman Third Class) 1977 - 1999 USNR (Yeoman First Class)
Posted by:
Full Moon, on November 11, 1999 at 11:32 AM EST and on January 02, 2000 at 06:35 PM EST

Paton Petty Officer, 2nd class, U.S. Navy, 1973-1977
Posted by:
Paton, on November 11, 1999 at 09:03 AM EST

USAF, Manpower Tech, A/1C, August 1950 to August 1953, Honorable Discharge.
I am a retired conservative who will continue to fight for the Constitution and those who seek shelter under its umbrella. I have served on various veteran committees as appointed by our governor, Tommy Thompson. I served in the Korean 'Conflict,' where my brothers in arms died, because we couldn't wage a 'real' war. I watched as friends died in Vietnam, because there wasn't a war above a specific line in the dust in 'Nam.
Posted by:
The Colonel, on January 02, 2000 at 01:59 AM EST

Most of my posts badmouth the Clintoons, and their Stooges, plus, I standup for America, the Second Amendment, and The NRA. U.S. Navy (RD2) 1960-1964. USS Keppler, USS Blandy, and USS Long Beach. Two destroyers, and one nuclear powered cruiser. All three ships saw duty in Viet Nam after my enlistment. Many Thanks To All Vets! ---
Posted by:
Roger D. Eagle, on January 01, 2000 at 07:39 PM EST

HHC, 802nd Eng Bn - Camp Humphreys, Korea. Sgt. 31k. Good work, techie2.
Posted by:
Z All, on January 02, 2000 at 09:36 AM EST

60 - 68 Enlisted Service (Made it all the way to SPEC5) 68 - Commissioned 2LT Corps of Engineers via OCS 68 - 94 Various assignments in CONUS and Germany, to include several years in the five-sided puzzle palace. Retired from HQ Fifth Army. I recommend that everyone go to Hack's website and subscribe to "Voice of the Grunt" if they want to find out a few things that are "wrong" with today's military.
Posted by:
GROUNDHOG, on January 02, 2000 at 10:46 AM EST

I was an airborne LT trained in the backwoods of Naha by 1st Gp which was very much appreciated when I got to my MAAG post in 63 at the N end of Ashau. Hard to believe how cold it was up there on those foggy ridges at times... . Irony of irony 8 years later was involved in publishing the "Pentagon papers" which basically said the CIA believed we would have been better off keeping the war as a low-intensity maintenance operation of the kind I knew as a young LT, than widening it as we did with a major US involvement. Still wonder what might have happened if the Kennedy's hadn't agreed to the Diem coup and we had kept a low profile.
Posted by:
Clodia Pulcher, on January 02, 2000 at 12:49 PM EST

I spent twenty two years riding NAVY ships and COAST GUARD cutters all over the world and it was my choice to do so. I talked my younger brother out of joining any of the armed forces because I felt my contribution covered my family's obligation. I continue to have mixed feelings about those that refused to go. We all have to answer for our decisions, right or wrong.If I was a 17-19 year old kid when NAM started big time I may not have answered the call. Glad I didn't have to make that choice since I was already there.
Posted by:
ncsailor, on January 02, 2000 at 12:37 PM EST





U.S. Army, Service Battery, 6th Battalion, 15th Artillery, 1st Inf Division, Vietnam 1967 - 1968





Posted by:
Riley, on January 02, 2000 at 01:59 PM EST

LCDR Ed Toner USNR (Ret.) Aviator, Tailhooker, Korea Vet, Vietnam Vet. Flew in both theatres. Loved it. Best tour - VF-152 1955-1958 flying F2H-3's from NAS Moffett and USS WASP. I only voted Democrat once in my life and that was last year in protest to Gov. Ditzy Whitman for firing our State Police Chief for racial profiling.
Posted by:
Top Gum, on January 02, 2000 at 05:01 PM EST

RVN: 68-69 USN 70-72 USA I don't know who lost it (Vietnam) ... when I left we were ahead!
Posted by:
2dave, on January 03, 20000 at 08:14 AM EST

US Navy 61-65 US Navy Reserve 66-72 US Navy 77-93 Approved Target lists and micromanagement lost the war!
Posted by:
Saderman, on January 03, 2000 at 08:48 AM EST

"C" Co 69th Eng Co 20th Eng Bd Dong Tam Can Tho Bihn Thuy April '68-April '69 Comments: In honor of the names on The Wall, I'd also like to have five minutes with impotus in a small room with a baseball bat. Just the sight of the fat b*stard p*sses me off. he had the colossal gall to stand on our Wall after what he did.
Posted by:
kahoutek, on January 03, 2000 at 12:08 PM EST

U.S. Army #ra 14 808 903, Oct 1962-Oct 29 1965. rank at discharge: SP4, discharged at Ft. Hood, Texas. Authorizing officer... R.G. Mariano,1st Lt, WAC. My last was at 22d cml (ds) Ft. Hood, Fourth U.S. Army...selective service number 22 126 41 495. Went to ammo school Oct '63-Nov 63 then one year in Ton Son Nhut, Viet Nam. Proud to have served my country. God bless all the guys and gals.
Posted by:
tain , on January 6, 2000 at 12:27 PM EST

At the same time I was in Viet Nam, my Brother.. John David Ryan was in Nam..his second tour of duty there, was at Vung Tau Viet Nam 1964. I was in Nam the same year, he was a Helicopter Mechanic. I once caught the Chaplin Run to go see him. Last time I saw him alive. After his second tour of duty in Nam, he was at Ft.Ord California. He had caught Malaria in Nam. One day he was driving along and crashed into a Rail Road Switch, near Ft.Ord.. you have see them, big heavy Iron switches used to switch the tracks. He died as a result of that crash and malaria. John David Ryan, born, Carthage Mississippi. My Brother and I served Proudly in The U.S. Army!!
Posted by:
tain , on October 4, 2000 at 7:30 AM EST

USAF-enlisted E-5- 1987 to 1997. Stationed in England, Korea and Idaho-hated it. Served in Operation Desert Shield/Storm and many others after those two. Hated Clinton so I got out from under his command. Would have retired if he hadn't attacked the military like he did so far during his tenure.
Posted by:
razor , on January 03, 2000 at 02:25 PM EST

ABH-1 Bob Burkhart USN 1977-1997 Attack Squadron 65, USS Ogden LPD-5, NAS Agana Guam Crash Crew, Air Test and Development Squadron 5, Naval Air Weapons Center China Lake, USS Dwight D Eisenhower CVN-69, USS Shreveport LPD-12, NATTC Lakehurst N.J., NATTC Millington, Tn, USS Carl Vinson CVN-70. Joined the Navy the same day Dad retired, kept one of us on active duty for over 42 years.
Posted by:
Pitbull, on January 08, 2000 at 07:22 PM EST

As a teenager, I was in the Civil Air Patrol. My first "duty" with CAP was the Alaskan Earthquake back in the early 60's. My lottery number was too high to be drafted, however I felt it necessary to enlist. Spent all of my 4 years at the, 1155th Technical Operations Squadron, Hq. USAF.
When Klinton skipped out (ran away) from the military, he didn't have the opportunity to change from a boy into a man. He didn't learn what it was like to put himself, after his country and countrymen. He didn't learn that ones life is worth the cost of freedom and liberty. And he never learned that true greatness and honor, will be found on the battlefield, with good battling evil. But in the final chapter, it will be the American soldier, that will have, an eternal legacy.
Posted by:
ebealt2, on January 10, 2000 at 12:09 AM EST

My husband entered Delayed Entry Program Nov 2 1983. Entered Boot Camp Sep 10 1984. Naval Hospital Corps School Nov 1984-Mar 1985. Naval Hospital San Diego Mar 1985-May 1986. Operating Room Technology Class'C' School, Naval School of Health Sciences, San Diego, CA May 1986-Feb 1987. USS Constellation (CV-64) Mar 1987-Jun 1990. Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CA Jul 1990-Dec 1990. USSTarawa (LHA-1) Dec 1990-Mar 1991.(Desert Shield/Storm.) Naval Medical Center San Diego, CA Mar 1991-Dec 1994. Field Medical Service School, Camp Pendleton, CA Jan 1995-Mar 1995. 3rd Medical Battalion, 3rd Force Service Support Group, Okinawa Japan Apr 1995-Mar 1996. Health Service Support Office, Headquarters Battalion, 1st Force Service Support Group, Camp Pendleton CA Apr 1996-Dec 1996. 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Force Service Support Group, Camp Pendleton, CA Dec 1996-Apr 1998. Naval Hospital, Camp Pendelton, CA Apr 1998-Present.
My husband is a Corpsman in the Navy stationed here at Camp Pendleton and let me tell you all, the morale in the military right now is at an all time low. They all think no one gives a s**t about them, and the b*****d they have as a Commander is a CONSTANT source of mortifying shame for them. I'm going to tell all my friends here on base to check out this site, I think it'll cheer them up.
Posted by:
warrior princess, on January 11, 2000 at 11:31 PM EST

From: USA Comments: Enlisted 1942 in US Air Corps. Graduated Brooks Field Class 44-D. New Guinea and the Philippines with 42d Bomb Gp (1944-1945.) Korea with 3d ASR Gp (1952-1956.) And then Germany with 10th TAC Recon Wg (1956-1959.) Retired in 1964. Have the highest respect for our military members, past and present. And Good Luck to all.
Posted by:
Bo Weavel, on January 22, 2000 at 01:13 PM EST

United States "By God Navy" 1976-98 Dual Qualed EP-3E (land based), EA-3b(Sea based). Air Recon. Flew Special Projects 89-91 (awesome tour) Academy puke, Cdr-USN (Ret). Airforce Brat (33 year Chief Master Sgt for a Dad). By my awsome wife's (20 years, two boys-two girls) count I've flown into (and thankfully out of) 76 different countries. Last tour for CNO Space and Electronic Warfare Director, Pentagon. Retired because this asshole of a CINC made sure it would not be fun anymore. Turned down a great deal to get out.
Still young and though I walk through the valley of darkness I am still the meanest son of a bitch here.
Posted by:
Navy, on January 26, 2000 at 07:23 AM EST

US Army-1974-78 E-5 USA Security Agency (02RU37W0176). US Army Aviator (78-25) 1978-81 (AD), 1981-present USAR.
God Save Our Republic!
Posted by:
Pnstrpilot, on January 27, 2000 at 10:53 AM EST

USAF '72-'77 1978 comsq. howard/albrook afb cz, 6960absq. kelly afb sanantonio, tex. thanks very much to all brothers and sisters. god bless all who couldn't come back. it tears my heart whenever slick presumes to honor us on our days. we need to get him and his ilk out of the gov't and bring us back to the glory we once had. my dad was career AF, served in korea, germany, and stateside the rest. middle little sister served active AF in idaho, guard fulltime with 190th fighter sq. boise, and now with the guard in oregon. right on sis! she's pissed cause she can't talk about the coward-in-chief. i've got a cousin in the AF in italy now too. thanks again to all. FFRREEEEDDOOMM!!!!
Posted by:
rongreymouser, on January 27, 2000 at 11:07 PM EST



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