I have a complaint. The Poll would not let me vote twice.
Currently going on year 8 in the Navy.
With only 7 marines so far...
we truly are the few and the proud ...ooh rah...
'70-'75 Active duty
'76-'80 active reserve.
F-4 pilot by trade. More fun than you can believe.
Army. Durn near 34 years, altogether.
The f-4 is an awesome fighter especially once they got a good gun on it.Now with way more reliable missles and good guns it ranks way up there.
USAF Nov 84 - Jun 06
Aircraft Armament Systems Craftsman (Weapons Troop)
8 years in the Marine Corps. 1963 to 1971. Gunnery Sergeant. Viet Nam vet. Semper Fi !
Drafted, Army, "68-'69. Spent most of my time in Yokohama, Japan. Specialist 5. Offset printer.
Army 88-92 , 2nd Armored Cavalry. Germany, Desert Srorm, Fort Riley Ks.
Navy,Gunner's Mate...8 yrs broken service. 1969-1973, 20 months on the rivers in Nam and 1980-1984, re-wrote the Navy's 50cal BMG course and taught it at FCTCL, Dam Neck, VA
US Army vet '64-'84 11B with a fair amount of suffixes.
'65-'66- Korea, 1st Cav Division, later designated 2D Inf Division
'68-'69-Viet Nam 101st Airborne Division
'71-'74-Okinawa 1st Special Forces Group with trips to a whole lot of countries
'78-'79-Korea 8th Army (Staff job-sucked)
'81-82-Korea 2D Infantry Division, north of the Imjin
Bunch of places in between, including Ft Knox, Ft Benning, Ft Bragg, Ft Carson, Ft Lewis, Ft Ord.
USMC 81-91. I was a tanker (YATYAS!)
USAF active duty from '66 to '78 and then again from '85 to '93. First 3 years in Security Police, with a tour in Nam '67-68, next 8 years in Military Pay, 2 years in Munitions in the reserves from '83 to '85 and then back to Military Pay when I returned to active duty from '85 to '93. If I couldn't guard it, or account for it, I new how to blow it up.
USAF, Retired- Let's limit all US politicians to two terms, One in office - One in prison.
USMC 08-12 (young buck around here)
1345 Heavy Equipment Operator and 0933 Combat Marksmanship Coach
Navy, 2/66-11/69. No sea duty. In fact never left continental U.S.
Navy. 1954 to 1974. Airbourne Radio and Radar operator. Seen most of the Pacific.
USN 73-77. As mentioned above, the draft also ended before I was eligible. Made two deployments to the Med. Looking back, I wish I would have stayed in and retired, but it is what it is. To all veterans, especially the combat vets, thank you for your service.
USN '60 to '64 stationed GITMO during missile blockade, then served on USS Intrepid CVS-11, now a museum in NY City.
Proud to have served and proud of those who have served and are serving today.
Active duty Air Force 81-85
AF Reserve 89-99
Texas Army NG 00-03
back to the AF Reserve 03-Present
I've been in communications-electronics maintenance, an A-10A crew chief, a B-52H crew chief, an M1A1 Abrams tank commander, and a C-5A mechanic.
USAF 88-92 firefighter Malmstrom AFB Montana, King Salmon AFS Alaska, Tyndall AFB Florida. Spent some time in Saudi
I just want to say thank you gentleman so very very much.
USAF Security Police 9/65-10/85 then AL ABC Agt 1/86-5/08.
U.S.A.F. 1950-1954 Some good time ,some no