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Veterans Day Part II

"J"

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Okay Red cloud posted a thank you to Veterans past and present, got me to wondering about all on here who have served.. I/we know a couple on here and myself included who are currently serving and I know of a few who have served. So to get the ball rolling....

Jim (J) Donlon
U.S.Air Force 80-85 Little Rock AFB, Chanute AFB
U.S. Air Force Reserves 86- Present (Retire in 2015) March AFB, Youngstown ARS..
 

Jackalope

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Joe

US Army 1999-2005
Ft Benning and ft Gordon Ga
Yongsan - Camp Red Cloud - CP Tango - Camp Casey- Fugg all over in South Korea.
Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) Casteau Belgum.
Ft Knox KY
 
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i never served cause of health problems , but one of my good friends who happens to be a major in the army is serving his 5th tour right now , maj daniel mannly 1990 to present

a brother in law who severed in the marines

4 cousins in the navy

my sister was a nurse in air force charme langoehr carroll 91 -95 little rock air force base

7 uncles in various branch's
 

NoDakRat

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Mike (USAF Retired)

Active Duty 1986-1999, Reserves 1999-2007
Sembach (Germany), Cheyenne Mtn (Colorado), Minot (North Dakota), Hill (Utah), Wright Patterson (Ohio).

Being the non-conformist that I am :smiley_armscrossed:, I have no idea how I made it all the way to the end.
 

Dannmann801

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Ohio Army National Guard 1979-1988, five years of that was active AGR
20 yrs later and I still miss heavy equipment, machine guns, and the camaraderie. (Not in that order)

My dad served in the Navy in Korea and actually saw a little action.
Uncle and Grandfather saw naval action in WW2; cousin retired USMC as a major.
 

Jackalope

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Ohio Army National Guard 1979-1988, five years of that was active AGR
20 yrs later and I still miss heavy equipment, machine guns, and the camaraderie. (Not in that order)

My dad served in the Navy in Korea and actually saw a little action.
Uncle and Grandfather saw naval action in WW2; cousin retired USMC as a major.
Shit! You mean that doesn't go away with time?