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One: James Glaser

Two: USAF

Three: 21 years AD Aug 90-Nov 11

Four: MSG

Five: Combat Control and Air Traffic Control

Six: Desert Storm, Central and South America, Charlie Co., Egypt, Kuwait, Iraq, SOCKOR Youngson Korea, Pope AFB, Charleston AFB, McChord AFB, Mildenhall AB UK, McChord AFB, McConnell AFB.

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1: Carlon D. Snyder

2: USAF

3: April 24, 1969 - Dec 22, 1972 (3 yrs, 7 mos, & 29 days)

4: Staff Sgt

5: Missile Maintenance Technician (Minuteman Weapons System)

6: Lackland AFB, TX; Chanute AFB, IL; Malmstrom AFB, MT (341st MIMS, 341st TTB); Chanute AFB, IL (Missile Maintence Instructor).

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one: William Sanderson

two: Army

Three: 3 yrs 8 months

Four: E-5 SGT

Five: 11 D ( Recon ) , 11 E 40 ( DAT- Dumb *** Tanker )

Six: Germany Coleman Barracks 3/8 Cav and Dam proud of it

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1. Steve Elliott

2. USAF

3. 27 March 1969 - 1 October 1991 (22 years 6 months 4 days)

4. MSgt

5. F-4E fighter radar tech & F-16 Avionics tech, Instructor/Supervisor, Avionics Branch Chief

6. MacDill AFB, Lowry AFB, DaNang AB Vietnam, Udorn RTAFB,Thailand, Zaragoza AB Spain, Homestead AFB, Lowry AFB ( again), Kadena AB , Okinawa, Japan, Misawa AB, Japan, Shaw AFB,SC and finally retirement assignment Valrico, Florida.

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1. Peter Marth

2. USAF

3. 4 Aug 1970- 31 Dec 1990

4. SMSgt

5. Training/Education

6. Eglin, Ubon RTAFB, Eglin, Duluth MN, Anderson AFB Guam, Hickam AFB HI, and lastly Randolph AFB TX, where I am currently employed at AFSAT.

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One: List your name.
Two: List the branch of service you were in.
Three: List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service.
Four: List your rank while in service..
Five: List your job while in service (I think it was your MOS)
Six: List where you served. (NAM, DESERT STORM, ATLANTIC, PACIFIC, WW2, KOREA)

Ray

US ARMY

28 years (ret)

SGM E-9

11B5Z

RVN (twice) 67-68 69-70

while young Ranger later NCO academy instructor, Deputy Commandant 7th Army Germany

Retired Brigade S-3 502nd 101 Abn Div

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Richard G Durant

June 1971 to September 1975 Regular Air Force

September 1976 to July 1977 Active Reserves (unit went SAC I didn't/wouldn't)

Weapon Systems Security-Airbase Ground Defence 3 years / Still Photographer 2 years

Honorable Discharge

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1.DWAYNE CHERAMIE

2.US ARMY

3.1980-83,3YRS.(COLD WAR ERA)

4.E4

5.11C-81MM & 107MM MORTARS

6.FT.BENNING,GA.,THE ROCK,NEAR BUTZBACH,W.GERMANY,FT.HOOD,TX.

STILL SO PROUD TO HAVE SERVED AFTER ALL THESE YEARS!!!!

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1. David Harris

2. 6.5 years USAF, 3 years Army

3. 9.5 years total service

4. CWO-2

5. Fixed Wing Aviator, Single & Multi Engine

6. USAF Jet Mechanic, KC - 135, B58, Jet Engine Instructor -- Army Electronic Test Pilot, Ft Huachuca,

U1A 54th Aviation Company Vietnam, Multi Engine VIP Aviator, Presideo, San Francisco.

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Dave Metzger

USMC

E-4 Corp + P-1

2533 CW Radio Opr

Anglico,

Camp Lejeune, Court House Bay, Camp Perry, Gitmo, Vieques

59-63

Amen

Sat on footlocker waiting for the call to load into the C-130 headed to Cuba when Russia and Kennedy were having issues, glad we never went.

Anglico is a very interesting outfit.

Glad I joined and happier I got out with an Honorable,

Tuff place for some.

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Jim Fuller (Jim doesn't get on the computer much so this is wife Becky responding)

US ARMY. Enlisted Oct 4, 1960, 20 yrs 27 days.

Retired Oct 31, 1980 as 1SG E-8 from Ft Wainwright AK.

Began service as a cook at Ft Meade MD.

Re-enlisted to go into helicopter maintenance and on to Vietnam (Jul 64-Jul 65); returned to Ft Eustis VA and then to Vietnam for second tour (Jul 68-Jul 69).

After returning to Ft Eustis again, was interviewed for US Army Presidential Flight Detachment and served with the unit supporting Presidents Nixon & Ford until the unit was disbanded in 1976.

Transferred to E-Troop at Ft Wainwright then 242nd Sugar Bears and became their 1SG prior to retirement.

Chose to keep Fairbanks/North Pole as our home for 30 years before retiring second time and setting out in our motor home lifestyle. We sold our house in 2007 and have been traveling to visit family & friends around the Lower 48 since. Returning to Fairbanks every other summer for grandchildren high school graduations. Have been workampers/camp hosts and thoroughly enjoy meeting new people as well as reuniting with those of our past.

God Bless America and thank you to all who have served it well.

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1. JOHN A. MEAUX

2. US NAVY

3. HOSPITAL CORPSMAN HM2 AT TIME OF DISCHARGE

4.JANUARY 1964 -OCTOBER 1971

5. NAVAL HOSPITAL PORTSMOUTH VA. ORTHOPEDIC TECHNICIAN CAST ROOM TECH NOV 64-MARCH 66

6.USNTC KENITRA MOROCCO STATION HOSPITAL AIR EVACUATION COORDINATOR, AND EMERGENCY ROOM

7.FLEET MARINE FORCE CAMP LEJUNE NC. FIELD MED SERVICE SCHOOL

8. NOVEMBER 1966: INDIA COMPANY 3BAT.4TH MARINE REG. DANG HA VIETNAM: CAM LO: GIO LIN:CAMP HANSEN OKINOWA, BACK TO VIET NAM . JUNE 1967 A MED. PHU BAI VIETNAM ORTHOPEDIC TECHNICIAN AGAIN . THERE UNTIL JULY 4TH 1968

AUGUST 1968 AERO SPACE PHYSIOLOGY SCHOOL NAMI PENSACOLA FLORIDA. JULY 1969PENSACOLA NAVYS GOSHAWKS FOOTBALL TEAM AS TRAINER UNTIL DISCHARGE IN OCTOBER 1971

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Carol Storts

Army

72-74

72F Data Communications Terminal Spec - Army Security Agency (ASA)

Ft. Gordon, Okinawa

Ok guys...you have heard from the WAC'S now! C'mon, there must be more of us out there!

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Ray Turner

USN 1961 - 64 EM3,

Tin Cans, USS Fechteler DD870, USS Larsen DD830

Long Beach, CA - Cuban Missle Crisis, Wespac

USAF 1966 - 70 SSGT Electrician

McGuire AFB,NJ - Galena, Alaska,- Pope AFB,NC

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One: List your name. Alan Hepburn

Two: List the branch of service you were in. US Army Airborne

Three: List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service. Served 1971-1973

Four: List your rank while in service. Made E3 from both directions

Five: List your job while in service (I think it was your MOS) 11C - Indirect Fire Crewman (81mm mortars)

Six: List where you served. (NAM, DESERT STORM, ATLANTIC, PACIFIC, WW2, KOREA) North Carolina

I'm a 3rd generation veteran, and our son is 4th generation. My grandfather was Canadian Army 1915-18 fought in WWI in France. My father was Royal Canadian Air Force 1943-45 fought in WWII as a wireless operator in a Lancaster bomber. I was 82nd Airborne during the tail end of Vietnam, but never went overseas. Our son is US Navy and has spent 3 tours in the Gulf and 1 tour in Bahgdad (so far).

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First, I would like to say "Welcome home!" to all my Vietnam Nam brothers.

1. Jack Hauswirth

2. USAF

3. 10+ years

4. Captain

5. Pilot

6. Bases I was stationed: KI Sawyer AFB, MI; Beale AFB, CA; Mildenhall AB, England; Torrejon AB, Spain; Kadena AB, Okinawa; Anderson AFB, Guam, Utapao AB, Thailand; and flew into many other places such as Saigon, CCK, Hickam, etc.

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Dave Ballantyne

Update from May 2012, Thanks to all for your service.

F378626

United States Coast Guard
1964-68
Commissaryman 3rd class

2 year Coast Guard Cutter Eastwind, Icebreaker, 2 cruises to the Antarctic and 1 to the Arctic
1 year Coast Guard Base Boston
1 year Coast Guard Base Woodshole, Cape Cod, Ma.

Member Eastwind Association, gather every 2 years, Portland, Maine.

Currently: Chief Chaplain, Coatesville VA Medical Center, Coatesville, Pa.( :) Retired Jan. 7, 2013)

2013 38ft. Encounter by Coachmen, Ford V10

Toad: 2000 Tracker

Travel with: "Syd," Blue Healer, Australian Cattle Dog

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1, Steve Adans

2. USN

3. 26 years 5 months

4. Command Master Chief

5. Electronics Technician (Submarines)

6. Boot Camp in Orlando, FL, Naval Station Great Lakes, USS Los Angeles (SSN688), Naval Submarine School New London, CT, USS Philadelphia (SSN690), rider on USS Bluefish (SSN675) and USS Spadefish (SSN668), Mobile Technical Unit 14 in Kings Bay, GA, Command Master Chief of USS Frank Cable (AS-40) and Command Master Chief of HS-15 Red Lions in Jacksonville, FL.

My dad and uncles were all in the Army during WW2, oldest brother in USAF, other brother in USN, son in USMC, nephew in USCG, son in law in USN. I guess you could say we are a military family!

Thanks for starting this thread. Thanks to everyone for their service!

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