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  1. #321
    Hello all,

    USN CPO Retired was in from 1984 - 2005

    USS John King DDG-3
    USS Caron DD 970
    USS Briscoe DD 977
    USS Portland LSD-37
    SIMA New York
    SIMA Earle, NJ
    FIWC
    MST-8

    Thanks to all of our vets for your service.

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  3. AGCM(AW/SW) USN-Ret (E-9)

    I started as a weather observer in 1972 and in 1979 became a meteorological/oceanographic analyst forecaster. Served for 21 yrs, 4 months and 5 days, not that I was counting. I retired when I was 38 and now my military career seems like a different life and a different person. I don't regret a day I spent in uniform, but it had become so political I had enough and retired.

  4. What was your Rank

    I was honorably discharged after 4 years from the US Marines. Some of you would say there was no such rank after I tell you. But you old salts would know why it was. My rank was (Sgt. E4), Simper Fi

  5. #324
    Quote Originally Posted by CADDYSTAN View Post
    I was honorably discharged after 4 years from the US Marines. Some of you would say there was no such rank after I tell you. But you old salts would know why it was. My rank was (Sgt. E4), Simper Fi
    Gunny G's USMC Rank History -- Acting S/Sgt!

    Semper Fi

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

  6. #325
    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Thanks Bo..... I was searching to see what that was about. I figured I was way too "Boot" to understand...

    Semper Fi...
    Semper Fi

  7. #326
    ret in 1991,with 26 years/3 cbt tours 1sgt/e-8
    Old f++t with a .45 colt

  8. #327
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    Usn

    NAVY E-6 Torpedomen with twelve years in when I got out, 75-87. Liberals move in, leadership left and I moved on. My respect for all those that have served and those currently serving. Please ALL, FLY the Flag daily. Not just for those that are serving bu for all those that have died for it's cause.

    ALWAYS IN TWO ROUND BURSTS!

  9. #328
    E-5 and still in the USAFR. Happy to say I served in Active Duty and still serving but in the Reserves.
    "Be polite. Be professional. Be prepared to kill."
    LTC John Nagl

  10. #329
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    Retired USAF E-7 MSgt 24.9 years active service, retired in 1983. Served in Japan, Korea (4 tours), Viet Nam (66-68). Taught Aircraft Maintenance Technical Training 3/5/7 level courses at Shepard AFB for 10 yrs. Was a Master Instructor.

  11. #330
    US Navy: Started at E-1 in 1969 Retired at O-4 (LCDR) in 1991. Retained enlisted status to E-9 (GSCM) until retirement. Nuclear Electrician, Gas Turbine Specialist Electrical, Engineering/Repair LDO. ARS,CV, DE, FF, FFG, AE. Chief Engineer for USS Mount Hood (AE 29) for 3 1/2 years.

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