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1. Carl E. Churchill

2. U.S. Marine Corps

3. 8 years - 1957-1965

4. E3 Corporal

5. MOS 0141

6. MCRD San Diego, ITR Camp Pendleton, 3rd Marine Air Wing El Toro, CA, Hdqtrs. Batt. Camp Pendleton, CA.

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One: Glenn A. Duba
Two: US NAVY
Three: 1965-1968
Four: AX3 ( Aviation Anti-Submarine Warfare Technician
Five: AMD-ASW shop
Six: List where you served. Great Lakes for basic, Memphis ( Millington, TN ) Electronics school, Patuxent River ( MD ) NAS/NATC

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1. Keith Phillips

2. U.S. Coast Guard

3. June 1974- Oct 1996

4. E-1 to E-8, W-2 to W-4 Retired CWO4 (ENG)

5. Machinery Technician (Enlisted) Naval Engineer (CWO)

6. Served aboard 5 Ships CGC Boutwell, CGC Polar Star, CGC Active, CGC Fir, CGC Mariposa and 1 Year on Loran Station Lampedusa Italy. 5 Shore Stations Cape May NJ, Mobile AL, Tacoma WA, San Diego CA, Seattle WA.

Plus a lot of temporary duty for schools.

Thanks to all in this forum that served.

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1. Bill Edwards

2. U.S. Navy, Naval Air

3. May 1966 August 1970

4. E 4

5. Tradevsman enlisted,

6. Flight captain, N.A.S.Ellison Field/ Electronics A school Millington, Tenn./ Huey Instrument flight instructor, 2 yrs N.A.S. Ellison Field Pensacola, FL / Yeoman, Atsugi,Japan FA2PAC 1 year. Early out The year in Japan, taught English 4 nights a week 2 hours each evening for 11 months, never missed an evening, EXPO 70..10 days .fabulous, bicycled all over

Thanks to all of you for your service

Bill Edwards

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George E Duane

USMC

May1968 - November1970

LCPL (had a few bumps in the road) demoted for cutting down the Tops banana trees in front of his office.

Recon 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Marine Division Company D

Based, Danang Vietnam, Toured all over the north and Cambodia during 68-70

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You would have had a few more "bumps" had you posted. "Toured all over the north and Cambodia during 68-70", 6 years ago! That was classified until 2010, some of it may still be!

Thank you all for writing a blank check & Service!

Carl

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John E. Vaniman

US Navy

3 years 3 months (kiddie cruiser) 1965-1968

E4 MR (Machine Repairman)

Great Lakes (Boot Camp), NEL (San Diego), US Vulcan AR5 (Norfolk, VA), NSA (DeNang, Viet Nam)

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One: Joe Long (Papa Joe)

Two: USAF

Three: 1973-1994 21 years, 3months,

Four: Tsgt. E-6

Five: Operations / KC-135 Air Refueling Specialist (Boom Operator)

Six: Korat, Thailand. England AFB, LA. RAF Bentwaters, England. Vance AFB, OK. Plattsburgh AFB, NY. RAF Mildenhall, England.

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Papa 135,

Welcome to the Forum. Did you by any chance fly with a Air Force Coronel by the name of Jack Bryan? I know two retired Load Masters SMSgts., Charlie Adcock and Steve Beall.

Herman

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1. George Anderson

2. USMC: 1st Recon A Company 1966-1967, M60 Machine gunner

3. Chelsea Navel Hospital 1967-1968: Marine Liaison

4. E 5, SNCOIC at Marine Laision Office Chelsea Navel Hospital

5. Marine Barracks Boston

Thanks to all of you for your service

George Anderson

aka: NKgunner, Sgt Andy and Moose

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One: List your name. Bill

Two: List the branch of service you were in. US Air Force

Three: List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service. From the mid 60s 8years 5 months and one day

Four: List your rank while in service..E5

Five: List your job while in service: Aircraft structural repair(sheet metal man) tubing shop, Bonded structure, honeycomb repair, fiberglass/radome repair. Non Destructive testing and oil analysis lab (SOAP)

Six: List where you served. SEA about 4 years and various US bases.

Bill

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Bill Gillespie

Air Force

28 yrs 8 days, '76-04

LtCol

Maintenance Officer, B-52 Pilot/IP, Safety Officer, Commander

SAC, Grand Forks, Wurtsmith, Carswell, Wright-Patterson, Whiteman, Barksdale

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1. Norma Poudrier

2. US Navy

3. 1974-1996 (22 years, 1 month)

4. MCPO (E-9) / AVCM (AW)

5. Aviation Electrician's Mate / Aviation Maintenance Control

6. NAS Oceana-VF-101 / VF-171 / NAMTRADETS

NAS Rota-VQ-2

NAS Brunswick-VP-10 / VP-8

NAS North Island-AIMD

Fair Winds and Following Seas to All. Thank you for your Service!

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One: David (Dave) Crandall
Two: USAF
Three: Dec. 1976 to April 1984
Four: SSGT E5
Five: 43171 Jet over 4 mechanic B-52 Crew Chief
Six: Just an old Cold War vet after basic in San Antonio went to Tech school at Chanute AFB Ill. Then stationed at Castle AFB, Merced Ca, then BOP to Fairchild AFB Spokane Wa.

Loved my time in and would do it all over again

God bless our military Past present and those that gave all

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1. Herb Richards

2. USAF

3. 16 Apr 1958- 30 Apr 1978

4. TSGT E6

5. A43151A Aircraft Mechanic(Crew Chief) Reciprocating Engine over 2 on flying status & 11370C Performance Qualified Flight Engineer( 10 yrs as C-141A Flight Engineer) over 10,000 hrs flying time during career.

6. Lackland AFB, TX; Sheppard AFB, TX; Forbes AFB, KS; Sondrestrom AB, Greenland; Barksdale AFB, LA; Clark AB, Philippines; McChord AFB, WA; Nakhon Phanom RTAB, Thailand, Travis AFB, CA

Never regretted my military service and I am a proud veteran

May God Bless all that served or serving now

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Michael D. Smith


United States Navy.


1958 - 1964 enlistment.


Petty Office, E4.


Missile Technician (GS) for Regulus I, 500-mile range air-breathing, surfaced launched missile in the USN program for six-years. Served aboard the USN submarine USS Growler SSG-577 operating from Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii.


USS Growler SSG-577 operated in the north Pacific Ocean from Bering Straits to Sea of Japan while furnishing nuclear deterrence against Soviet Union and Chinese Communist nations.



The United States and its military, under God's blessings, assure freedom around the world without asking a thing in return.


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Don Johnson

Air Force/Air National Guard

40 years (still serving)

07

Crew Chief, Logistics, Supply, Personnel

Stateside, ARPC, DC, 134th ARW Knoxville, TN, Dessert Shield, Iraqi Freedomx2, Northern Watch, Southern Watch...few more

 

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Kenneth Howard

US Air Force

June 10, 1966-June 30, 1986.  20 years and 20 days

Tech. Sgt, E6

Jet engine mechanic, cross trained to a/c maint. scheduling.

Stationed Walker AFB N.M., Ramey AFB Puerto Rico, Castle AFB CA, Tyndal AFB FL, Korat Thailand, George AFB CA, Bentwaters England, Upper Heyford England, Cannon AFB N.M.

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1. Richard (****) Regenburgh

2. US Navy Reserve, 2/64 - 2/70

3. Fire Control (Gun) Tech E-5

4. Served aboard USS O'Brien, DD725 as part of the Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club,2/66-8/67

5. Also USS Soley, DD 707, USS Haynesworth, DD 700

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Scott Wilson

US Navy

8 years, 1983-1991

LT (0-3)

Submariner. Multiple Division Officer duties, watch officer.  Prospective Nuclear Engineer Officer Instructor for shore duty.

Nuclear Power School, Orlando; Nuclear Prototype Training Unit Idaho Falls; USS City of Corpus Christi, New London CT; Naval Submarine Training Center Pacific, Pearl Harbor

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One: David Benoit

Two: US Army

Three: 1976-1980

Four: E-4

Five: 19E10R8- Recon Armor Crewman M551, S3 Brigade Operations, Command Track Driver M577

Six: 2/1 CAV, 2AD, Ft Hood, TX and Grafenwohr, Germany...HHC 2BDE, 3AD, Gelnhausen, Germany

M551.jpg

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Dave, Thanks for your service. Looks like you load made a nice safe drop, not like the 3 hummers that slipped out of there rigging's and hit allot harder. Someone was on the wrong end of that conversation !!

Rich.

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