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1. George

2. US Army

3. Sept.'69/July'71

4. NAM..70/71, IV corps(The Delta--all over)

5. Spec 5/E-5, 52nd Sig.

6. 100%DAV

Seems like we have a bunch of old farts here!!/guys thanks for all your service. My son is carrying on, Navy Pilot, Lt.Commander, now stationed in New Orleans

95 Safari Sahara, 3 Harleys, 2 Beemers, wife and 3 shelties, 2 parrots, sounds like a zoo, soon to go full time..

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rmcmwar   

1. Cliff

2. US Navy

3. 30 years 3 days

4. Radioman Master Chief

5. Communications

6. NAVCOMSTA Guam, NAVCOMMSTA Harold e Holt Australia, Persian Gulf, Senior Enlisted Academy Rhode Island, USS TARAWA LHA1, USS DULUTH LPD6, USNS Narragansett TATF 167, Instructor RMA Scol

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I thank all veterans for their service. I am married to an Army Nurse.

1. Jerry L "Gunner" Laws

2. United States Army

3. 32+ years of active duty. 66-98

4. Brigadier General USA (RET)

5. Field Artillery and Army Aviation (fixed and rotary wing)

6. Fort Sill 4 times, Fort Campbell, Fort Stewart twice, Fort Rucker, Korea,

Republic of S. Vietnam, Fort Leavenworth twice, Garlstedt Germany,

US Military Academy, Pentagon, Saudi Arabia,Iraq & Kuwait (Desert Storm),

Fort Carson, White Sands Missile Range

Jerry: Has your wife posted her info here?

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One: Ron Morgan

Two: US Army, US Army National Guard

Three: 1967-1969 Army Active Duty, 1980-2003 Army National Guard

Four: SP-5, CW4

Five: 111BO Helicopter Pilot

Six: Ft Leonard Wood, MO - Oakland Army Base - Shelbyville, IN - Grand Ledge, MI - Port-Au-Prince, Haiti

My wife Jean was the US Army stationed in Oakland, CA where we met and were married in 1969.

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GySgt USMC Ret, 17 yrs primary 6075 Cryogenics, 2d Small Arms Marksmanship Instrustor, 3d 0431 Embarkation. 1974-1991. Parris Island/Camp Lejeune (force Recon), Okinawa (3d Recon Bn, Camp Onna Point 1976/77), Naval Air Station (memphis/millington), Naval shipyard (Portsmouth, Va.), Cherry Point, Yuma, Iwakuni Japan, Kaneoe Bay, HI, MCAS El Toro, CA, Iwakuni japan, Kaneoe Bay, HI, Yuma, AZ. Retired 1991. Prior to that US Army 1969 thru 1972, 82 ABN Div, Bragg, Vietnam 70/71 173 ABN Brigade 11B, Ft Campbell 71/72 101st ABN Div. Discharged 1972. Been there done that. Riding a Beaver Patriot coach, Cat 330/3126, toad honda crv beautiful lady liz and dog named duchess. Headed west from myrtle beach, SC to yuma, AZ tomorrow with plenty of stops along the way, no hurry.

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Carvel   

First it's hard to think that soooo many have viewed this forum and so few in comparision have posted. Anyway

One: Carvel Puls.

Two: Army

Three: 5 years. VietNam '68 two Tours 173rd Airborne.

Four: E5..

Five: 63B2P 11B and a couple other temp assignments

Six: NAM

And I'm **** proud of serving my country, even if there were a lot of people back then that didn't approve of the NAM thing.....

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mikelm48   

One: Mike

Two: US Army

Three: 20 years, 1968-1988 Retired

Four: SSG/CPT

Five: SF Medic/MI/R&D

Six: Vietnam, Turkey, Ft. Bragg, Ft. Huachuca, Redstone Arsenal, etc.

Hello to everyone.

Mike

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Carsten Wiemken

US Army 1973-1976

US Army Reserves 1976-1993 Retired

E-1-E-7, O-1-O-3

Enlisted as 91C-Clinical Specialist, Officer as RN and Nurse Anesthetist

Ft Knox, Ft Sam Houston, Ft. Gordon, Ft Sill (where I met Bridget), various places for Reserve duty

Briget Wiemken

US Army 1973-1976

US Army Reserves 1976-2010 Retired

E-1-E-6, O-1-O-5

Enlisted as 92B Medical Lab Specialist, Officer as Clinical Lab Officer

Ft. McClellan, Ft Sam Houston, Ft Carson, Ft Sill, various places for Reserve duty including two one year mobilizations for Operation Noble Eagle

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dletz   

Dave Letzinger, drafted in Oct. of 66'. Trained at Fort Leonard, Mo. U.S.Army. Arrived at Fort Bragg, N.C. Jan. 67'. Assigned to Logistics Married at the time for 5 years, I was older than most everyone there. Recieved orders for Vietnam to arrive August 18th, 1967. Spent my tour at Cu Chi. Served one year to the day. Made E-5, Buck Sergeant. Served with the 25th Infantry Div., 25th Medical Batt. Charlie Co. Rotated back to the world on August 18th, 1968. Received an early out by 57 days. A BIG WELCOME HOME TO ALL VETS.

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PAUL CARSON

USAF

1 JUNE '64 - 31 MA '68

AFSC: 29251 (RADIO INTERCEPT OPERATOR)

SGT E-4

LACKLAND AFB, KEESLER AFB, ONNA POINT, OKINAWA, KELLY AFB (AF SPEC COMM CNTR)

THANKS TO ALL VETERANS !!!

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jdbeale   

John Beale and a Veteran, USN, 20 year, retired OCT 83 as a Chief Yeoman, served in combat in Vietnam, on ships USS Cimmeron, Constellation, Samuel Gompers, Long Beach, and in VFP63, VF24, at NAS Miramar, VX4 Point Mugu. Was a courier and a Admiral's writer, working for VADM Zumwalt, and Dillon. I also retired from civil service 14 years at the Naval Medical Center San Diego. I am a full time RV'er on the road with my wife Julie since retiring in 04.

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jomarfl   

Me - USAF - 22 years, last 10 years at USSOCOM in FL where I retired.

Wife - USAF - 18 years, USCENTCOM where she retired.

I salute all our Veterans!

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mikey360   

Michael Gheen

USAF

24 years/24 Oct 72-1 Nov 96

retired as an E-7 Master Sergeant

first 7 years as an Avionics Instrument Systems Specialist/last 17 years as a Precision Measurement Equipment Specialist

Chanute AFB, IL, Norton AFB, CA, Keflavik NAS, Iceland, McGuire AFB, NJ, Lowry AFB, CO, Cannon AFB, NM, Keflavik NAS, Iceland, Edwards AFB, CA, Keflavik NAS, Iceland, Eglin AFB, FL

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One: Dennis Lee.

Two: Navy.

Three: 10 yrs, 2 mos, 3 Days 1974 to 1985.

Four: HT1 (SW) Thats E6 for non-Navy (SW) is Surface Warfare Specialist.

Five: Shipfitter / Damage Controlman

Six: East Coast, West Coast homeports, mostly at sea though. Beruit Multi National Peace keeping force (deployed 2 days after they took the hostages on November 4, 1979. Lots of time there on multiple deployments. Saw most of the world in 10yrs.

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