The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by sckracing, Nov 7, 2009.
Chu-Lai Vietnam 68/69 Infantry Americal Div. 198th L.I.B. 1/52 Delta Co R.T.O. John Southern
U. S. Army 1959-1962 Mechanics school at Ft. Benning, USASA in Germany for 29 months, as you can see I used my Army training as a lifelong career.
korea '67-'68 Artillery Surveyor 82-c 20,up north by the DMZ,met a lot of cool people,did a lot of 4 wheeling courtesy of our Uncle Sam,gotta luv those 3/4 tons w/ the flat head 6's
USAF Munitions System Specialist 78-88. Morbach 79-83. Homestead Fl. 83-85. Hahn 85-88. IYAAYAS. With one exception, every male member of our family has served going back to the Civil War. One of my sons is in his 16th year in the USMC.
That is a damn impressive legacy. Congrats!
US Army 1990-1996 63b light wheeled veh mech.. unfucker of fucked up trucks
I Was kinda proud of being a HAMBER but after reading 29 pages of this I am blown away and again more than proud to be a member, hell lets start our own Militia we have the skills!!
USAF,43250. Jet engine tech,turned that into 18yrs working on Garrett TPE . Also many years as auto mechanic ,full time and part time. Gasoline and jet A in my veins. Hot Rods in my soul.
US Army, 1st Cavalry Div. Artillery, Vietnam 1970-71
I really appreciate each and every one of you. Thank you very much for serving my country!
U.S. ARMY E4 88m/11m
deployed in afghanistan
got blown up few times and hurt pretty good it was ether a desk job or get out... i kinda wish i chose the desk job somtimes
anyway me back then
I enlisted out of High School in 1967. USN for 4 years. Ended my enlistment as an Engineman 2nd class.
Spent a year in DaNang working on Landing Craft that carried supplies up the rivers.
Proud to be an AMERICAN.
1991-95 Navy OS USS Nassau LHA-4
1996-99 Army Reserve 95B 88th MP Ft Eustis, VA
1999-2007 USMC Combat Correspondent Okinawa/US/CJTF HOA
w0w you just need some time in airforce and coast guard and you got them all lol!
Rotary Wing Flight Simulation Instructor
Ft. Rucker, Ala.
US Air Force recipercating engine mech.64to68
magv/sog 1967-1968,562 lmc,thailand,145th engs.
U.S. Army Spec 5, HQ & Co. A, 68th Maintenance Battalion, Ft Campbell, KY, support for 101st Airborne Div., Sept. '66 through Sept. '68. Started as machinist, then M.P., then records clerk. Go figure.
Illinois Air National Guard (1995 - 2001)
KC 135-E Mechanic
Crew Chief / Flt Engineer CH47 Chinook 1975-1978.
C 159th Avn Bn
Ft Campbell Ky
US Army Retired '83-'03.
63T, 63S , 63B, 11M, 11B.
Just got back from 7 years in Germany (Graf) as a Dept. of the Army Civilian.
Working at Ft. Knox now with the HQDA HRC folks.
I have been 'around the world'...a few times.
Company A, 19th Combat Engineers, 18th Engineer Brigade, Viet Nam 1968-1969
2008 - present Bco 1-114th s&s 15n avionic mech. Texas Army National Guard
Currently deploying as a civilian contractor from ft. bragg in october
82nd airborne all the way
i carried the radio
SSG U.S. Army 1989-2000
18th Airborne Corps, Ft Bragg NC
1st SFG(A), Okinawa, Japan
82nd Airborne Division Ft Bragg NC
USN 2003-2007 USS George Washington ABH
Sgt, USMC 94 -99
3 AAV Bn Comm
US Coast Guard, Engineman 3rd. 1964 to 1968 active. Relief Lightship Base St George, Stanton Island NY, USCG Matagorda, USCG Kukui (WAK 186), Sand Island HW. The Matagorda had 4 Fairbanks-Morse 38D8 10 cylinder engings at about 1600 HP each. For a ship buit in 1940 it was very fast...
Army '71-'73, SP4, 67N20
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