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Discussion in 'Trophy Photos' started by sniper762mm, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. sniper762mm

    sniper762mm Well-Known Member

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  2. HUAINAMACHERO

    HUAINAMACHERO Well-Known Member

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    Nice pictures,
    Thanks for sharing.
     

  3. royinidaho

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    I took a gander at the photos.

    Your ribbons look pretty nifty. I was in the navy thus don't understand much about that kind of stuff. I had one that I think was an expeditionary ribbon for when the USS Enterprise, its tag along destroyer, the battleship USS Saint Paul, several other carriers, cruisers, tankers etc made a jaunt from G of Tonkin to North Korea when they shot down a C-121. Tho't it was gonna be a big day but it kind of fizzled.

    That ribbon and the viet nam one were the only ones that I wore. I looked like a recruit.:rolleyes:

    I like this pic best.
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    Thanks for your service. My life treat you well.....
     
  4. Too Tall Rosenwald

    Too Tall Rosenwald Well-Known Member

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    Roger that. Thank both of you for your service to this Great Nation.
     
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  5. sniper762mm

    sniper762mm Well-Known Member

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    you too, marine

    based on your dates, i assume you to be a viet nam vet.
     
  6. Too Tall Rosenwald

    Too Tall Rosenwald Well-Known Member

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    I been to Hell.
     
  7. sniper762mm

    sniper762mm Well-Known Member

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    But you made it back "alive". Congrats!
     
  8. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Roy, Too Tall and Sniper, thank you guys for your service. Sounds like we were all from the same Vietnam era.
     
  9. royinidaho

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    Yep, though I was in Rickover's Navy. I volunteered enough times for the gun boats that the reactor officer chewed my butt. He didn't get anything but scar tissue.:) Never did get away from operating that reactor.:rolleyes: Gulf of Tonkin circles till I got dizzy. Had some pretty nifty conversations with some pilots though.