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One: List your name. Edward Dufour
Two: List the branch of service you were in. Air Force
Three: List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service. 26 Dec 1984 - 25 March 1989
Four: List your rank while in service.. Sergeant
Five: List your job while in service (I think it was your MOS) Fuel Specialist
Six: List where you served. (NAM, DESERT STORM, ATLANTIC, PACIFIC, WW2, KOREA) During peace time, Little Rock AFB and Platsburgh AFB

Would like to honor my Father who served in the Army in Korea, and received a purple heart. My father recently passed away in August 2011.

Thanks every one for serving.

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One: Ray Huffman
Two: U.S. Army
Three: 3 years, 1970 - 1973
Four: SP5 highest rank
Five: Helicopter repairman
Six: Ft Rucker, AL, Vietnam, Chi Lia, Dang Na, Ft Campbell, KY, 101 Airborne

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1). Robert Miller

2) US Army

3). 1968-1971

4). SP 4

5) Communication

6) Vietnam 1969 25th Infantry, Ft Rucker, Al after that. (Found the love of my life in Ozark, Al 43rd Wedding Anniversary coming up in March - thank you Uncle Sam )

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Carl Harsch

US Navy Submarine Force

1970-1990

E9

Nuclear Machinist/ELT

Boats: Lewis and Clark (SSBN 644), John Marshall (SSBN and SSN 611), Stonewall Jackson (SSBN 634), Frank Cable (AS 40)

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1. John Schnee

2. AD USAF, PaANG

3. 1977-2004

4. MSgt (E-7)

5. Logistics (10 years), Transportation (2 years), Recruiting (16 years)

6. Texas, W. Germany (Includes TDY to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia), Mass. & RI (ADAF Recruiting), Harrisburg, PA - 2 tours to Saudi Arabia during DESERT SHIELD/STORM)

Soon to finish up 5 years civil service as Navy "Item Manager" in Pa: purchased 1st motorhome (35' Bounder) recently and VERY MUCH looking forward to getting out to see the USA! (Guess I'm one of those "oddball military retirees" who didn't get near enough travel! :P)

Looking forward to visiting many of the CONUS military bases I only heard about! Looking forward meeting many of you "out on the road" (unless you were one of my RECRUITS, then perhaps not. :rolleyes: )

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One: Bill

Two: Army

Three: OCT 1971 - May 1975

Four: E - 5 SGT

Five: 11 E Tanker, 11D Recon

Six: FT Lewis WA., Ft Bliss Tx., Coleman Barracks Germany

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Seajay - and All My Brothers and Sisters-in-Arms

Jim Lyons

USAF

12-69 to 10-77, Retired Reserve

Captain

Fighter Instructor, Fighter Pilot flew F-4 Phantoms SEA, F-100's prior

Various:

Laughlin AFB - UPT

Luke, Cannon F-100's

George AFB, Udorn RTAB, George AFB

2nd Vice Commander AMVETS Post 12 Winder, GA

JAG Chapter 12 AMVETS Riders

Welcome Home!!

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1- Patrick Duhaime
2- USN / USNR
3- 1980-2011
4- Master Chief / E-9
5- Seabee ( HORAAHH!)
6- NMCB 74/ 27: 30 NCR / 7th NCR / 31st SRG; DESERT STORM, IRAQI FREEDOM.

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1SG field artillary US Army Retired

Vietnam to Desert Storm.

First duty station Ft. Jackson SC.

Last duty station Ft. Sill OK.

Third generation US Army and proud of it.

Grandfather Coast Artillary WWI.

Father machine gunner WW2.

Tom Gulya

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1. Everett Kelly

2. & 3. USMC (1965-1971) US Army (1971-1987)

4. USMC-SGT US Army CW-3

5. USMC-0311-Grunt US Army-951A-CID (Criminal Investigator)

6. Marine Corps - two tours Vietnam Army - mostly in Europe

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I found that my unit from Vietnam have a web page and was able to contact many that served with me there. 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company (Boxcar) with the double dice 6's logo 1971 - 1972.

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If you are ever in Myrtle Beach stop at the Veterans Cafe. It is located in a strip mall by the back gate ( old Air Force base ) off 17 byp. Good food and great memorabilia. If you are a veteran it's definitely a must stop.

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One: Jim

Two: Navy, Navy Reserve

Three: combined 33 years 1965 to 1998

Four: Chief Petty Officer (added Command CPO)

Five: Data Processing Technician (Secure Communications, Software Engineer)

Six: Bainbridge MD, Hawaii (Hawaii Sea Frontier 14th Naval district, Supply Center PH, COMSTA Honolulu, COMTHIRDFLT, CINCPACFLT, HQ US Pacific Command)

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ONE: Roger Stairs

TWO: US NAVY

THREE: 4 YEARS ACTIVE, 2 YEARS INACTIVE RESERVES

FOUR: AG2

FIVE: AEROGRAPHER, (WEATHERMAN)

SIX: CECIL FIELD FLORIDA, MASTER JET BASE

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One: Lisa
Two: Army
Three: 22 years, 1974 - 1996
Four: As enlisted soldier -- SSG (E-6 on promotion list to E-7); Officer Candidate School in 1982 retired as a Major
Five: Enlisted: Radio Teletype Operator; Officer: Quartermaster and Signal Corps
Six: Georgia, Germany, Korea, Washington D.C., Arizona, Virginia, Honduras, Desert Storm, Somalia

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