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Old 07-19-2012, 03:18 PM
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US Army 88' - 92'

82nd Airborne
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Old 07-19-2012, 03:57 PM
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July 66-69 US Army
67-68 2/502 Inf, 101st ABN DIV RVN

69-72 Army Reserve

1973-`92 AK Army NG

Retired May 1992

Cursed the day I got out of the Guard. Found it was easier to get out then to get back in.
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:07 AM
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July 66-69 US Army
67-68 2/502 Inf, 101st ABN DIV RVN

69-72 Army Reserve

1973-`92 AK Army NG

Retired May 1992

Cursed the day I got out of the Guard. Found it was easier to get out then to get back in.
well we see that we have another I-Corps person!

welcome home brother
gary
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Old 07-20-2012, 10:00 AM
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July 01-August 04.
2A351B- Fuel/Nav F15 A/C/E, U2, A10A/B
Nellis AFB, NV Thunder AMU
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Old 07-21-2012, 10:57 AM
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US Army Reserve 1984-1996
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December 1990-April 1991
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Old 07-21-2012, 01:11 PM
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Enlisted out of High School in 1964. Landed in Vung Tao on an LST 5 May 1965 with the 173d Airborne Brigade (Sep), rotated back to the Land of the big PX in December 1967 after a little squabble over Hill 875 in Dak To.

ETS'd after returning to the States and lasted almost a year as a Combat Vet living in San Diego in the 60's. Sold or gave away everything I owned and enlisted again.

Spent a year in the Panama Canal Zone with A Company (Airborne) 3/5th Infantry at Fort Kobbe waiting for my transfer back to Nam to come through. Back to the 173d for a time, then Company C (Airborne) 75th Infantry (Ranger) until we stood down, then to 17th Combat Aviation Group.

Back in the States I spent a lot of time at Ft Bragg with the 82d Airborne (C Company, 2/508), did 3 years as a Drill Sergeant, did a three year tour in Germany with the 2d Armored Division (FWD) 3/41st Infantry.

Back to the States and Ft Lewis, WA where I retired in 1988. Haven't been gainfully employed since.

Yeah, I'm still riding the Dragon's tail. Saw a cartoon in the VA some time back, young psychiatrist asks a Nam Vet "When were you in Viet Nam?" Vet answers back "Last night." Truer words were nnever spoke.

Welcome home, Brothers and Sisters.
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SFC U.S. Army (Ret) 63X - Motor Sergeant
1985-2005

From basic training at Ft. Knox and AIT at Ft. Jackson I have spent time all over this great big marble we all live on.

Duty Assignments:
Ft. Sill, OK - HHB 2/18th FA
Bitburg, GE - 606th Ord Co
Ft. Ord, CA - HHC 2nd Bde, 4th ID (Lightfighters)
Ft. Carson, CO - A Co, 704th MSB
Peterson AFB, CO - U.S. Army Space Command (ATMDE-TOC)
Suwon AB, ROK - HHB 1/43rd ADA (Patriot)
Ft. Carson, CO - RHHT 3rd ACR
Ft. Huachuca, AZ - 19th SC, 504th Sig Bn, 11th Sig Bde
And finally.... Ft. Living-Room - Colorado Springs, CO

Spent a total of six months in Suadi/Iraq/Kuwait.
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