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  • Downrangepain2
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    Wow this thread is so dead

    Navy, aviation side. Worked on 60's for eight years, now I'm a NDI tech. Currently in Japan.

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  • Bunker-Monkey
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    2531 - Similar to 11Bravo until I got a chance to cross-train. Then it was microwave/satellite and encryption.

  • Carp
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    So... 11Bravo w/a SINCGARS, on your back. Or "Roll'n" in a HmmV w/a whip?
    Last edited by Carp; 05-22-2021, 07:22 PM.

  • Bunker-Monkey
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    Crayon Eater, Comm Monkey

    95-99

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  • Carp
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    Camp Casey..96-97 (Ironman Tour), never had a better, "Duty" station. Would have probably been a lifer'. If I had, extended in Korea...(I did get a chance to, play a game or 2 of paintball. While I was there for a year..👍)

  • Ironnerd
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    U.S. Army 1987-1991
    67H - Grumman OV-1D / RV-1D Observation Airplane Crewchief.

    Hunter Army Airfield - Savannah Georgia
    TDY to Honduras to help with security
    TDY to Puerto Rico and Key West in support of the War on Drugs (a few times a year)

    Camp Humphreys, Korea.

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  • Number six
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    Not far off... I-level 6433 (Avionics) on Skid Row at Pendleton from '97-'02, now back doing defense stuff as a mechanic.

  • Mjlynnjr
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    We initially landed at Arar airport in Saudi to support Taskforce 20 during the hit on Baghdad. Then we flew in to Kirkuk right after the 101st took it over and setup bare base ops.

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  • Tracker
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    did you deploy directly to kirkuk or did you stage out of al-jaber?

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  • Mjlynnjr
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    Active duty Air Force 1999-2003 Firefighter. Served in Iraq during Iraqi Freedom and helped get Kirkuk AB established during the war. Got out and went ANG for 6 more years.

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  • snaparen
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    FC2 US Navy, 1989-1995, 3 different ships. Interestingly enough, one war, one at sea collision, same ship running aground and last ship hitting something in a Russian port that bent the starboard rudder and took a blade off of the starboard prop. Came back across the North Atlantic with one prop and one rudder in a Spurance class destroyer

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  • Readytoshoot527
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    Thank you everybody for your service! Just a kid passing by...

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  • tag
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    82 abn 86-91

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  • Carp
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    Originally posted by HEisKNG View Post
    Army Comms....if you called somebody I made sure it would go through.
    Signal Corps... Your turn to fill the generator!

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  • eclecticdialect
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    F-18 Hydraulic/Structural Mechanic for VFA-195 from 1999-2003. Floated around on the USS Kitty Hawk most of the time... Still at it sorta, mechanical engineer for a defense contractor that manufactures aircraft weapon systems.

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