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Discussion in 'Veterans' started by Firemedic, Mar 16, 2002.
US Army 1969 - 1972 (Sgt)and TX Army National Guard (SSG) 1976-1982 INFANTRY
Sgt. USMC 1981-1989 Infentry (B 1/8), Recon (2nd Recon Onlow Beach NC.), Sniper (STA plt. 1/8 Beriut Lebnon 1983) Counter Morter Radar (TAB 10th MAr.) and Recruiter (Huston Texas).
Out on disability...70%
Officer on Deck
NYPD - 1994 to Present
I was there
Us Army 20 Years,Cobra pilot Viet Nam,68-69,72-73.
SSG, USA active (90-01) PAARNG (01-present)
Operation Desert Storm, Macedonia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Fort Hood,Tx
Signal Corps (31c) Infantry (11b,11m)
Re: roll call
US Army 66-67 11B in Nam, 71-72 74D in Nam, 7 years germany, 2.5 on Okinawa. Got out, became an Army civilian. Worked on tanks, howitzers, mortars, and helo, all armament.
Avionics Maintence on the F-111 "Aardvark"; hence my alias
ex-navy spook 76-81, recruited for seal team sniper - turned it down to stay married. Workin on the 29th year Aug. 3 . But sure miss the action and respect the stuffin out of those who stuck it out. B.Z. to ya!!!!!
Entered US Army in 1954 retired in 1980, USASA Japan, Lots of time at Ft Rucker and two tours in VN as Helicopter pilot. A few nice tours, Hughes Plant Activity early seventys ,VIP Flt Det, VIP Flt det, Camp Zama Japan until retirement.
US Army 1966-68. Vietnam 67-68. National Guard 68-72
Got a lot of respect for you Avation det. types. you went in where we were hugging the ground.
Must have been nice to have clean clothes all the time.
U.S.N. 1974-1980,medical retired 30% disabled.Nimitz
E4 in the USAF 1961-65 as a missile tech on Bomarc II's. Stationed in Cape Cod....God what awful duty, but somebody had to protect the First Family In Hyannis, and especially Teddy Kennedy from all those pretty young interns, and narrow, wooden bridges!
Seriously.....I'm proud of my brothers who gave their all in Nam, Desert Storm and today in the mountains of that God forsaken waste land Afghanistan.
Jim Angelica USN submarine service 1965-71, US Army 1974-96. Retired SGM/CSM.
SFC currently active since 9/11 MDARNG. Service time 1981- present. The Desert with XVIII ABN Corps, Somalia with 3rd Army. Also more "training" in desert than I care to remember in past 10 years, oh for the good old days in Holland!
US Army 67-69 (22G20 Nike Launcher Control Repairman) ( Ft. Campbell, KY, Basics )- (Redstone Arsenal, AL, 8th ETC, Nike Missle School )- (McGregor Range Ft. Bliss,TX, D Bty Sup Gp GM-GS) - (Sukiran, Okinawa, 44th Ord. 30th Arty Bde.)
U.S. Army 1981-1987
Three years active and three Reserve
Mech Infantry (why walk when you can ride)
Big Red One (1ST INFANTRY DIVISION) Ft. Riley, Kansas by way of Ft. Benning, Georgia
Now I'm a PFC-- a Proud FAT Civilian
AKA Lance Revell
USAF 1976 - 1980 Avionics Technician (T-33, F101, F-106)
at Tyndall AFB, Florida.
USN 1980 - 1986 Electronic Tech on USS Ainsworth FF-1090.
Also served as Roving/Asroc Guard on board. (We
didn't have any Marines on board).