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Old Guy
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posted 02-04-2000 10:24 AM     Profile for Old Guy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
There seem to be a lot of folks on this forum who have served in the military. That sort of thing is of interest to me and may be to others.
I served in the US Army from 1965 to 1968, including service at Fort Rucker, Alabama and Fort Benning, Georgia. One tour in Vietnam, Aug, '67 to Aug, '68, mostly in the IV Corp area: Bien Hoa, Cu Chi, Dong Tam, Vinh Long. My military speciality was: Air Traffic Controller. Highest rank: Specialist Five

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posted 02-04-2000 10:54 AM     Profile for Slickster   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
USAF from 1971-1975. AFSC was 92350, Pararescue Specialist. Served in Saigon, Det 14, HH-3C in 1972. Also served in the Phillipines, New Hampshire, and Florida.
Currently am in the Army National Guard as a Warrant Officer. Opsec may prevent me from saying more.
Welcome home, Old Guy, you did good over there.

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Rick "Slick" Land


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Rodger Bilko
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posted 02-04-2000 10:57 AM     Profile for Rodger Bilko   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Old Guy,
May I applaud you, sincerely. I have every admiration for anyone who served in any war or conflict no matter what post they had. I have read a number of books and watched documentary footage on the Vietnam War and I always used to want to meet a veteran, but as time passed I thought, what am I going to say? I removed myself from the idea thinking it wasn't right to inflict my 101 questions on someone who maybe wanted to forget.
Anyway Old Guy well done, there are a lot of people who are proud of you and what you did.

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posted 02-04-2000 10:58 AM     Profile for Rodger Bilko   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
The same goes to you Slickster.
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posted 02-04-2000 11:08 AM     Profile for CFrancisco   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
After going to Military college
FY '85-'88 do the words CONUS and NO-GO mean anything HAHAAH..

HHHOOORRAAHHH ARMOR!

Currently Serving at Ft.Livingroom under the command of Gen.Darlin Spouse

1/104th Armored Vacum Regiment "The Chained Husbands"

HAHAHAAH

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Obersleutnant K. von Hess
I/JG52 Gruppen Kommandeur

quote:
God is not on the side of the big battalions, but on the side of those who shoot best.
Voltaire (1694-1778)

[This message has been edited by CFrancisco (edited 02-04-2000).]


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posted 02-04-2000 11:32 AM     Profile for Gavin   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Canadian infantry for 5 years,

- 3 in Special Service Force Brigade out of London Ontario ( 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment )

- 2 in 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry out of Victoria, BC.

Qualifications:
Armoured vehicle driver (Grizzly)
Turret gunner (Grizzly)
Tracked vehicle driver (M113)
Radio Operator
Pioneer ops (demolitions and mines/booby traps)

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"Only the spirit of attack, born in a brave heart, will bring success to any fighter aircraft, no matter how highly
developed it may be." - Adolf Galland.


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Old Guy
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posted 02-04-2000 12:00 PM     Profile for Old Guy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Gavin, I knew a couple of Canadians in the US Army, of all places. Most of you may not be aware that about 40,000 Canadians served in the US military during the Vietnam War and that about 30,000 of them served in Vietnam, mostly in the Army.
I salute you, and your older brothers, especially those 300 or so who didn't come back.
(Comes to attention, delivers a still-sharp, hand salute)

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posted 02-04-2000 12:02 PM     Profile for Kraut   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
AH!!!!! The R.C.R.
FWIW,
Good Hunting!

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posted 02-04-2000 12:37 PM     Profile for GunFodder   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
This is a good post, the same thing occured to me the other evening reviewing another post. It seems we have a lot of old soldiers around. Regular Army: 80-83, secondary MOS was 91B, Field Medic; Primary MOS was 19K, tank crewman...I'm probobly the only medic/tank commander on the board...a dubious honor. I got out as an E-5. My last duty station was Fort Knox, I was lucky enough to be in the first armored company to recieve and test the XM-1, which of course became the M-1. Great vehicle and great people. The NCO, by the way, is the finest creature in the world...
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Gavin
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posted 02-04-2000 01:23 PM     Profile for Gavin   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Old Guy: Yeah, I lot of us are lured South by all the fancy 'toys' you guys have. Me, I could never get over the communal toilets. That's just WEIRD! What a man wants to do in the privacy of his own stall is his business, not the Army's, imho.

Kraut from Kitchener: Isn't that the place that used to be called Berlin, Ontario? I visited Swastika, Ontario on leave on time, it was renamed Kirkland Lake during the war, I believe.

I definitely preferred the RCR to the Picklies, sorry if I'm insulting any PPCLI out there.

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"Only the spirit of attack, born in a brave heart, will bring success to any fighter aircraft, no matter how highly
developed it may be." - Adolf Galland.


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CFrancisco
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posted 02-04-2000 01:27 PM     Profile for CFrancisco   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
HEY! Those communal toilets are condusive to conversations ... LOL

Its the Showers that got to me. UH OH SOAP! eeeeewwwwww ..... still brings bad memories.

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Obersleutnant K. von Hess
I/JG52 Gruppen Kommandeur

quote:
God is not on the side of the big battalions, but on the side of those who shoot best.
Voltaire (1694-1778)

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posted 02-04-2000 02:37 PM     Profile for Pharaoh   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Marine Corps, 4 years, Vietnam
Avionics Technician

US Army
186th Inf., 2 years, M-60 gunner
160th Inf.(M), 2 years, M-60 gunner
186th Inf., 2 years, 81 Mortar FFC
1/18 CAV, 2 years, Tank Crewman


Bounced around a lot just to play with the toys. Other than a lot of stories to tell my grand kids, didn't do me a whole lot of good in regards to applicable civilian skills (at least the legal ones).

Salute to the NCO's!!

[This message has been edited by 56thFG_Pharaoh (edited 02-04-2000).]


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bob holmes
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posted 02-04-2000 02:57 PM     Profile for bob holmes   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
U. S. Navy for twenty-one plus years, 1961 to '82. Lot's of places, lots of things.
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Old Guy
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posted 02-04-2000 03:08 PM     Profile for Old Guy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Seems to be a lot of tankers in this group. What's that I smell? Diesel fuel and cordite?
To Rodger Bilko and anyone else with "101" questions:
http:\\grunt.space.swri.edu\vn101\index.htm
This is a Q&A forum for anyone with any interest in the VN War. I guarantee that if you read over some of the posts you won't ever think you have a dumb question to ask.
Besides, the erudite members of the EAW forum aren't likely to ask anything but high-level intellectual questions. Right?

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posted 02-04-2000 03:23 PM     Profile for Slapphead   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
One and a half years in the 43rd RI (military service/france),Infantry/combat unit,1984.

I was a "tireure LRAC" and a "Tireure elite"(tank buster/bazoka,and sniper).

Best moments for me was the comando training course in Germany,and the bond/commaradery within the unit.

I was going to join the legion,but took a quick break (down in south of France),and got into windsurfing instead...

I was fortunate(depending on wich way you look at it) not to see any action,and I Salute all you vets out there(standing to attention with the French athom playing in background)

I was wondering if there are any WW2 figher pilots out there who fly EAW?
I met an ex huricane pilot whilst on a gliding course years ago...

It seems that the chaps who went threw hell and back,have a certain quality/understanding in there character that you just do not see in most people...humbling stuff.

S!


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Rodger Bilko
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posted 02-04-2000 04:25 PM     Profile for Rodger Bilko   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Old Guy,
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I appreciate it.

Robert Shaw
I cannot imagine for one second what all you guys experienced.
A very sombre Rodger Bilko.


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posted 02-04-2000 04:28 PM     Profile for Slickster   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Slapphead, my Pop was a 30 year fighter pilot. From the AT-6 Texan to the F-101B Voodoo he flew most of the major planes. 1941 till 1970 and retirement, he pretty much was a fighter jock. Last few years, he was a maintenance guy, and in Korea he was shanghaied to fly B-26 Invaders at night.
Flew the P-47N in WW2. P-51 D and H, plus the F-6 photorecon variety, P-40, P-39, P-80, T-33, F-94, F-86, F-86 D, and the Voodoo. I post a lot of his insights on the boards. As I get older I really grill him on more and more minute things. Usually, I find somewhere on the net to put the stuff. Oral history and all.

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posted 02-04-2000 06:28 PM     Profile for Ghostrider   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
USAF from 1964 to 1973.
Rank: Captain.
2 tours of duty out of Udorn Thailand, 238 missions total, Parrots' beak etc Route Pack 4 and 6 mostly. Flew F-4 Phantom.
Requested a transfer from the Tactical Air Command to Strategec Air Command.
While waiting for transfer, flew as an exchange officer with the Navy off the USS Interprise.
Was sent to George AFB in Calif, for transistion to the B-52. Then flew 100 missions from Guam on operation Rolling Thunder.
Resigned my commission, and a year later joined the AF reserve at Dover AFB where I retrained as a pilot on the C-5A.
I'm out of the flying business now except for the computer.

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posted 02-04-2000 07:46 PM     Profile for buz13   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
USN 1962-1968 - USS Skagit, USS Inflict, Inst. USNOCS.
Vietnam, Mekong River Delta patrol (Market Time) 1966.

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posted 02-04-2000 08:31 PM     Profile for GunFodder   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Ghostrider: Small world--My wife lived in Udorn and later Ubon...Her brother still tells stories of F-4s comming into Ubon...Her father was in AID.
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posted 02-04-2000 08:40 PM     Profile for KMHPaladin   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
S! to all who have served their country. I could never put into words the appreciation that I feel towards you and others who have laid down lives for the intangible yet precious thing that is freedom. Thank you.

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- "I opened fire when the whole windshield was black with the
enemy... at minimum range it doesn't matter what your angle
is to him or whether you are in a turn or any other maneuver."
- Colonel Erich Hartmann


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posted 02-04-2000 08:45 PM     Profile for rjm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
U.S. Navy - 'Airdale' - 1964 to 1968. 2yrs NAF at Andrews AFB, 2yrs VP-21 out of Brunswick, Maine.
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Old Guy
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posted 02-04-2000 09:28 PM     Profile for Old Guy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Slickster, I hope you're writing down this stuff your Pop is telling you. My Dad is in poor health and I've only just started putting his stories on paper and digitizing his pictures. He's forgetting a lot of the stuff he's told me before and my memory ain't so hot either.
We owe it to our great-great grandkids to get some of our Dad's stories and our own tales recorded.
Nuff said. I'm glad to see all the interest here. I almost feel like telling a lie or two. Where's that beer . . .

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posted 02-04-2000 10:53 PM     Profile for Ernie   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Israeli Army 1975-1978 regular stint, reserves up until 1985.
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posted 02-05-2000 12:36 AM     Profile for bucky-s   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
USMA (West Point) 1980-82, NY National Guard 1982-84 Weapons Platoon Leader

Airborne School Ft.Benning 43rd Airborne Training Company August 1983.

Military Freak At Large 1962-present


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posted 02-05-2000 12:46 AM     Profile for randy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
US Army six years. 1974 to 1980.MOS 16P.
That is short range missile air defense.
Basically sidewinder missiles on a tracked
vehicle called the Chapperal.4 years as an
E5 hard stripe.NCO'S are the backbone of
any army.
S! to all who have served.


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posted 02-05-2000 03:52 AM     Profile for FlyingElvis   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
USMC 1989-98, MOS 0311/0321/8652 (Grunt, High-Speed Grunt, dumb grunt that jumps out of airplanes).

Served with 1st & 2nd Recon Battalions in Desert Shield/Storm, Somalia (Restore Hope), Haiti (Restore Democracy).

Currently a 13F (FO) with the 1/107th FA, PA Army National Guard.


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Rodger Bilko
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posted 02-05-2000 05:18 AM     Profile for Rodger Bilko   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Old Guy, your right about recording the stories, my Grandfather fought in France during the 1st world war and if it wasn't for my brother we wouldn't know a thing about his service.
So yes I urge anyone who has relatives who served their country to get the details down now before it's too late.

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posted 02-05-2000 07:16 AM     Profile for No609OzZiggy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Tenth Light Horse armoured recon.Royal Australian Army ..formerly mounted infantry in WW1....a proud history and a good unit...now im a research scientist ..but i was an assault trooper

check out this link http://exo.com/~gregoryp/

goshawk from the eaw ladder put a link to my old unit after i sent him a hat badge from australia


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posted 02-05-2000 09:23 AM     Profile for Irie2   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
You guys are all TOPS in my book! And like was stated by someone earlier, I could not put into words the apreciation or respect i feel for all of you.
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posted 02-05-2000 11:59 AM     Profile for smokin   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Well...
US NAVY 68-72. Bo'sun on a couple of destroyers, Henry B. Wilson, Admiral Lockwood; 2 Vietnam WesPacs. Powder Monkey during gunfire-support ops, helicopter LSO for unreps. FWIW, my best friends on the boat were from Ecuador(sp?) and one from West Germany...can't remember why they were in the U.S. Military. I do remember we were always in deep sh*t. Only one Captain's mast though...`-]

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Rodger Bilko
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posted 02-05-2000 01:02 PM     Profile for Rodger Bilko   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Old Guy, If your there, I tried the address and I can't get it. Is it right?
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-E
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posted 02-05-2000 02:16 PM     Profile for -E   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
USAF Retarded... err, Retired!
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posted 02-05-2000 03:42 PM     Profile for Chris H   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
82 Airborne 504 Brigade 67-68
Medic 91b20
Vietnam 1st Air Cav 2nd of the 8th Cav
Favorite Garden Spots: Golf Course,
Least Favorite: Ashawe Valley
Bongsong
Happy Vally
Pobably some spelling errors as it has been a long time...All in All not recomended for any 19 year old

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posted 02-06-2000 04:22 PM     Profile for Majesty5   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Slickster, I concur on the "get it on paper" approach to relative's stories. Unfortunately my grandfather died in 1976 (three years before I was born), but my grandmother has a working knowledge of what he went through, and she knows about his pictures. WW2 has pretty much defined our world as it exists today, and I'd like my kids to know what part , if any, our family had in it. (This goes for any major event, really).

On that subject, one hint I've picked up is that re-telling stories at a later date sometimes brings out extra details...

Much respect and admiration to all those who have served, as well. You all are ready to go and lay down your lives so that I may sleep at home safely in my bed, and I thank you for it.


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posted 02-06-2000 04:49 PM     Profile for Slickster   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Ghostrider, I visited Guam in 1972 or 3. Can't remember. But... Spiro Agnew was doing a fact finding mission to VN, and Rescue Guys had to set up orbits along the route. Soooo, TDY to Anderson. Remember seeing all those fins standing up along the flight line. Crew living in tents, and the farging heat. I thought Clark was hot.
Anyway, I flew on countless "Duckbutt" missions over the South China Sea, waiting for a Buff to get into trouble. Never happened on my watch. Orbiting round and round for 8 hours. I was such a fitness idiot that I would do workouts in the back of the HC-130 in the 12000 ft altitude. ahhhh, to be young and stupid again! :-)

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I'm not technically a veteran but here goes.
6 years 80'-86' Army reserve 3/15th FA MOS 13B and 13E,3 years Alabama Army National Guard
2/117th FA so far,hard strip E-5.My grandfather served in France during WWI a couple of uncles served during WWII,one in the Medical Corp and the other was a Ranger that took part in the glider landings during D-Day.A couple of uncles that served in Korea.Most of the rest served in one branch of service or the other.
WOLF

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Straight-leg infantry 1969-1970 25th infantry out of Tay Ninh. That's N/W of Chu Chi up close and personal to the Cambodian border. Loved the chopper rides in the mornings. Enjoyed the frankforters and beans for lunch. HEHE. Then Fort Carson, Colorado for 2 more years.

My dad served in France after d-day during WWII. He was in charge of a 30 cal machine gun squad. Remember him talking about guarding thousands of german pows. My older brother served in Korea. My other four brothers managed to dodge the draft.


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Spent 5 years in the US Navy (1975 to 80). Two years on the USS Oklahoma City out of Japan. The rest on an ammo hauler out of Concord CA. I was a radar operator, and man was it boring on that ammo hauler, but not the one West Pac I pulled (anybody remember Olongapo City ). I ended as an E5. People may say bad things about the military (they were when I joined) but it taught me responsibility and self-reliance.
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posted 02-07-2000 06:10 AM     Profile for Edwin Rommel   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Ach, Let's see

WW1- Infantry

WWII, Armour- '39-42

43- building sandcastles along the Atlantic?

Seriously, SAAF, 77-80- Operating SAM's.

E.R.


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