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By GaDawg0513
#14584
SFC, U.S. Army. 11B, 11C, 31U, 37F. Last go around was 37F Psychological Operations where I was usually attached to SF ODAs.
#14610
Saw this a couple times and kept forgetting to hop in.

04-09 navy Corpsman (0000, 8404, 8493)

Mt. Whitney, and Tarawa along with some short trips on others.
USHS comfort during Katrina in New Orleans
Pendleton dive locker for my last couple years
I met almost every Stan out there and most of their neighbors

Card carrying member of the Golden Shellback society
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C wordLover wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2019 7:57 pm 04-09 navy Corpsman (0000, 8404, 8493)

Mt. Whitney, and Tarawa along with some short trips on others.
USHS comfort during Katrina in New Orleans
Pendleton dive locker for my last couple years
I met almost every Stan out there and most of their neighbors

Card carrying member of the Golden Shellback society
Now we're talking!
Navy retired (no $h!t?)
Was in NOLA for Katrina (on the receiving end).
Stationed in San Dog several times.
BONHOMME RICHARD was the LHD I retired off of.
5 crossing the line cards and one as Neptune. I was ordered by the CO to do it after a 6-hour mid-watch.
By free_bawler
#15115
U.S. Army from '90 - '98. Started life as a 67T Blackhawk Crewchief then progressed to Aircract Technical Inspector (SSGT).

First 2 years in the Blackhorse. 4/11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Fulda Gap). While there, spent time in Iraq, Turkey, and Syria. For the rest of my tour, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). Our unit took over for 10th Mountain Division in Mogadishu during the events documented in the movie Blackhawk Down. Lost some friends during that one.

Started my civilian schooling and got out to raise a family. I would have retired if circumstances would have been different. Now I architect business solutions leveraging IT and I constantly pull from my experiences in the Army when taking on new challenges. Hoooah!!!
By oldfrank
#15127
USMC 1965-69
I was a 6351 which I don't think exist anymore but it was Aircraft Mechanic/Hydraulics
It allowed me to walk into a job with a major airline that lasted 32 years!
By GaCop
#15827
20 years Air Force. November 65 to Dec 65. Flew Med Evac and Air Rescue in the "Southeast Asia War Games". Was also stationed in Germany, UK, Philippines and Turkey during my career. Spent more than half my 20 years over seas. Stateside I was in New Mexico, Florida and Georgia. Jan 86 to Feb 2008 I was active Law Enforcement. Now enjoying retirement building tactical rifles, reloading and shooting 1k on a friend's range in southwest Georgia.
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By Bfgloki
#15829
Nearly retired Air Force 27 years

91-2019( August of this year)
91-2002 ICBMs
2002-2006 C5 electrician
2006-2007 A10 electrician
2007-present. C5 flight engineer
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By zeda3000
#15831
96-98 Turkish Military 8. Divison Speacil Forces Corpsman

2000-2001 Israeli Army Bomb Squad and after 5 years in Givati Division for Syria Border

Picture taken by our Helipad , it is me in 20 age

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#19603
As you may guess from the handle .... USMC. ‘87-‘02. SSgt of Marines. Radio Chief 2537 - first with Motor T then Infantry. Did Jungle Warfare at Ft Sherman (Panama) right before it closed. Desert Shield/Storm/Cleanup !

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