Did you know there are over one million active duty military? That means you are truly one in a million. Thank you!

 



Tom

K8TOM
I am Tom, K8TOM, Monroe, WA / US Army, 101st Airborne, Vietnam 69-71
       



Ernie

W7EDA
Operation Sea Orbit
Karachi, Pakistan




Karen

KI7NHP
Anniston, AL
~ Basic Training ~

1975
       



Jim

KI7WXT
23 years old and a brand new 2nd Lt. USAF at that time 1963 - This drawing was a very good likeness done from a photo.- It was my Mother's favorite (military) picture of me.
~Click to enlarge photo~
 
       

Bill

KE7WTR

1960 in Basic Training at
Fort Ord, CA.

I went on to graduate from Morse Intercept School at Fort Devens, MA and then on to the 17th USASA Field Station at Rothwesten West Germany until 1963.
 
       

David

KB7GFL

         
I flew on this JC-130B 1976-1982. This picture is of an aerial recovery. Our unit mission was to retrieve our surveillance satellite reentry vehicles.
We also refueled our units HH-53 helicopters with HC-130P's. The helos were for surface recovery of the reentry vehicle if needed.
My last few years I worked a supervisor in Job Control that coordinated and directed the maintenance effort for KC-135 tankers and B-52 bombers.
       

  BOOT CAMP
John

AC7LC

 


Ron (Smokey)

KJ7HSJ

NAVY

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