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Yes, I am a Navy Veteran...

One: John Callison
Two: US Navy Submarine Force, I rode FBM Submarines did most of my patrols from Rota, Spain.
Three: 1971 to 1980 plus a year in the Navy Reserves
Four: MM1(ss) at discarge. E-6
Five: Main MOS was for Oxygen Generators on Submarines. I stood Chief of the Watch underway.
Six: Most of our patrols were in the Atlantic, did some Mediteranian, North Sea, and da Carribean Man..2.... ;)

My family has had members in every skirmish/war that the USA has been involded in since we beat back King George and his Red Coats.

Dad was 20 year man in Navy, Older Bro was 20 years in Marines, 2 Brothers in Navy, and me-- 10 years in Navy.

All Volunteer, no draftees.

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One: List your name. Terry
Two: List the branch of service you were in. Army, Army Reserve
Three: List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service. 11 yrs 63-75
Four: List your rank while in service.. Sgt
Five: List your job while in service (I think it was your MOS) Last was R 79 in this MOS system. Started as 111 or 11 b in this MOS system
Six: List where you served Various places. I do not put personal items on internet

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Glenn Nulty

Army National Guard

30 years - 1970 thru 2000 - 5 years part-time troop, 25 years Active Guard/Reserve

Retired as Sergeant Major

Field Artillery Surveyor 82C, Military Pay Specialist 73C, Senior a Personnel NCO 75Z, Recruiting & Retention NCO 79Z, Career Counselor MOS unkmown

New York State & Indiana

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One: Roy Grillo
Two: Army
Three: 1967 - 1970
Four: E-4
Five: Heavy Equipment Operator/Transport Door Gunner
Six: Nam, Ft. Devens, Ft. Leonard Woods, Ft Lee, Karlsruhe Germany

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Tommy W. Thompson

U. S. Army
Twenty Years and 21 days (1967 - 1988)

Sergeant First Class (E-7)

Infantry for my first ten years (11C, 11B, and 11H), reclassified into the AG Corps for the last ten years (71L)

Vietnam, three tours between 1968 - 1972 (stateside during that time frame at Ft Polk, LA for BCT, Ft Gordon, GA for AIT, and the rest at Ft Benning, GA). Then went to Fort Carson, CO where I met and married my wife of almost 40 years. We were then assigned to The Berlin Brigade, AFEES (renamed MEPS while we were there) Amarillo, TX, 1st PERSCOM (Heidelberg, Germany), and retired from Fort Polk, LA.

Second career: USPS (same weapons qualification requirements) Retired in 2000.

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Served in the United States Marine Corp.

http://marines.togetherweserved.com/profile/52594

One: George Anderson

aka: Moose, Sgt Andy

Two: USMC
Three: July 1966 through May 1969
Four: Sgt:
Five: MOS: 0351, Assaultman: Served as M60 machine gunner with 1st Recon A Company VN 1966-1967
Six: VietNam 1st Recon A Company VN 1966-1967.M60 Machine Gunner with 1st Recon A Company

Chelsea Naval Hospital, Marine Barracks Boston

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One: Mal Ford
Two: USNR
Three: 1970-1977, 1971-1973 Active duty
Four: Petty Officer 3rd Class
Five: Storekeeper.
Six: Active Duty - Naval Reserve Manpower Center, Bainbridge, MD. Assigning reserve flight officers to their reserve training duty stations. In Reserve served in a Cargo Handling Battalion.

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Ronald Curtis

U.S. Navy

June 1956 - January 1979

Enlisted (E-9) CWO3

Enlisted Torpedoman's Mate, CWO Aviation Ordnance

FasRon 110, FasRon 114 (Kodiak, AK), USS Ammen (DD-527, PC Transfer Team, USS Everglades (AD-24), USS Gearing (DD-710), SubBase New London, USS Currituck (AV-7), NavSta Argentia New Foundland, NAS Moffett Field, USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), USS Ticonderoga (CVS-14), NavTorpSta Keyport WA, VA-52, ComMatVaqWing Staff.

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I am Shelley Herman F99628 of Burbank, CA.

I was in USAF when it first began in 1951. I worked my way up to A3c (PFC). I was in a reserve unit that was activated because of the Korean war.

As I was working on an Electronic Engineering degree and was pretty savvy about the subject, they made me a truck driver.

I was stationed on an army base in Pueblo CO as part of a small USAF unit. Our job was to destroy unexploded ordinance that came back from the war zone. It was a bang up job. I never figured out why the didn't just drop it in the ocean. I did my job: No north Korean plane ever flew over Pueblo, CO!

When we were out of Korea I was out of active duty. Six more years in the reserve.

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Tom and Barbara

USAF

Tom: 1976 to 1996 -- Barbara: 1977 to 1981

Tom: MSgt -- Barbara: Sgt

Tom: Aircraft Crew Chief -- Barbara: Aircraft Hydraulic Mechanic

Stationed at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC -- Ramsteim Germany -- Travis AFB, CA -- Dover AFB,DE -- (Tom: Desert Storm 1990-91)

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Frank DeLuca

U.S. Navy

1966 - 1976

Electronic Warfare Specialist E6

Stations: Great Lakes BE&E, RD"A", USS Swerve MSO 495; RD'B" at TI, EW "C" Norfolk, ELINT Norfolk, USS Leahy DLG-16 (CG-16), MOTU-2 and FMAG Norfolk.

Traveling in a 2015 Bounder 35K with wife Laura.

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1 - Leif Henecke

2 - U.S. Army

3 - 1982-2006

4 - Lieutenant Colonel

5 - Field Artillery

6 - Ft Sill, OK, Ft Hood TX, Garlstedt, FRG, Wash DC, VA NG, MD NG, DC NG

Weekends in our 2003 Safari Trek 3011

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Roy Clem

U.S. Army Reserve

Food Service Specialist (cook)

1979-1985

E-4

Fort Knox KY.

Fort Lee VA.

Fort Devens MA

Tobyhanna PA

Fort Bragg, NC

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1. Bruce L. Beattie

2. US Army

3. 12.5 yrs 1967-1979

4. Captain

5. Deputy District Senior Advisor, RVN / Company Commander, CONUS

6. Viet Nam, CONUS

100% Disabled Vet, Chaplain and Service Officer, Chapter 27, Disabled American Veterans

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Here's a good one for ya'.

Ray Hansen

Navy

24 years, 1 month

ETCS(SS) E8

Submarine Electronics Technician

Several Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarines and shore establishments.

Wife:

Donna

Navy

20 years

CWO2 (SC) E1-E7 before picking up Warrant Officer.

Supply Corps

All over the US and the world.

Both very retired and enjoying our Class A motorhoming life.

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