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One: Todd

Two: Navy

Three: 26 years, 1984 - 2010

Four: Retired at E-8 (Senior Chief)

Five: Aviation Electronics Technician

Six: List where you served. Cold War, Enduring Freedom Iraqi Freedom

Currently live in Odessa Texas.  What a great state to be in.  

Hope to see some of you on the road.

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One: Tony Giannantonio

Two: U.S. Army

Three: April 69 to May 96.  Two years  regular army as a Operations specialist.  The rest was Ohio National Guard (Full time Guard technician) .

Four: E-7.

Five: Maintenance technician on OH 58/UH-1/AH1 Cobras. QC inspector, Flight engineer.  Maintenance for US Army Precision Helicopter team to England for competition.1986

Six: Ft LEE, va, ft Campbell, Ky, Akron, Ohio, Upper Hafford England, 

 

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One: Richard Bruner

Two: USN

Three:  4 years 1967-1971.

Four:  PO2 (E5)

Five: Naval Air  ground support mechanic/electritian. 

Six:  NAS Memphis,NAS Key West, USS Constellation (CVA-64)

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1 hour ago, hermanmullins said:

Richard, 

Thank you for your service.

USN 1056 to 1964. Last duty on the USS Wasp CVA-18.

Herman

My my Herman! That's 908 years of service. Tell me your secret, please.

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1: Richard Shields

2: Army

3: April 1964---March 1967

4: SP5 (E5)

5: 63B30 Wheel and track mechanic

6: Fort Leonard Wood, teaching army how to deal with me. (5 months)  Granite City Army Depot (8 months). Bad Kreuznach Germany, HQ Detachment 8th sig battalion 8th inf div 09111 (23 months)

7: 28 years nodding head and saying yes dear to DW. I'm out ranked by her and the cat.

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On 10/7/2019 at 11:36 AM, hermanmullins said:

Richard, 

Thank you for your service.

USN 1956 to 1964. Last duty on the USS Wasp CVA-18.

Herman

Sorry about that Wayne. 

It was funnier the first time.

Thank you for your service also.

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7 hours ago, RVaholic said:

Yes, I was in 1/12 FA and was a Section Chief of a Lance Missle.

I was in 1/12 FA when they were formed, early 70s.  I returned to Sill in '71 from my second VN tour (105 howitzer first tour, flew a Chinook second tour).  Since I was cannon artillery, they didn't want me in a firing battery, so I was the BC of Service Btry.

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Walter C Daniel

Army

Training-Basic Fort Benning, Ga, Technical Red Stone Arsenal, Al

1965-68

E5

Nike Hercules Inertial Guidance

Germany ETS 1968

6th Air Defense Artillery, 5th Missile Batallion

 

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10 hours ago, jjenkins said:

John Jenkins

US Air Force
4 yrs

6/1973 to 6/1976

Sergeant

Radio Relay - Equip Repair

RAF Upper Heyford, UK.   Elgin AFB Fla.  Keesler AFB Ms. 

Welcome to the FMCA Forums! Thank you for your service.

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