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Re: When and Where Did You Serve
Achipmunk #1301111 Fri Mar 01 2019 03:10 AM
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- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engines are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. [chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com]
Re: When and Where Did You Serve
Achipmunk #1301143 Fri Mar 01 2019 04:59 AM
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My Grandfather, James Monro, emigrated from Scotland in 1911.
Served in WWI
I was only about 8 years old when he passed.
Don't remember much about him, but he was a blacksmith and their house only had a wood stove in the main part of the house.
Outhouse just up from the house on the east side.
Boys got to pee just outside the kitchen door before bed. But Mom and little sister had to go to the outhouse.

Now I feel like John stealing the topic!
Don

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Re: When and Where Did You Serve
Achipmunk #1301184 Fri Mar 01 2019 03:01 PM
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My birth ushered in in-door rest room modifications to our house.

Munro, an American hero and well deserving of all the accolades we can bestow....

One of my cousins had 2 sons. Both could have went along to go along as they didn't want nor need.
When they both got of age, the oldest enlisted in the Coast Guard and shortly afterwards the other in the Marine Corps. I am extremely proud of both equally.

Welcome aboard....

Re: When and Where Did You Serve
Achipmunk #1327778 Thu Sep 26 2019 03:21 AM
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Wrench Fetcher
Drafted fall of 1970. Basic at Ft. Leonard Wood. Balance spent at Ft.Monmouth in NJ as Computer technology instructor and finished in Office of Doctrine Development Literature and Plans (ODDLP) which we pronounced Odd Little People. Out in 1972,

Re: When and Where Did You Serve
Achipmunk #1390368 Wed Dec 30 2020 01:53 AM
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Boot camp Orlando Fl. May 71
Aviation Electronics and Training Devices school Millington Tn
Ground School Instructor for student pilots on simulators for TA 4 Skyhawk in Kingsville Tx
Fun ,interesting job. Loved it
Discharged May 75
Thanks to ALL who served and God Bless those who saw combat
Gerald


Gerald
54 Chevy 3100
Anybody can do nothing
Re: When and Where Did You Serve
Achipmunk #1391906 Sat Jan 09 2021 12:00 PM
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*** Looks like I'm one of the old guys. Joined the Air Force 1960 after basic in Lackland & tech school in Amarillo Tx was stationed at Biggs AFB El Paso,Tx. Was a B-52 & KC-135 mech. served my 4 years and in 1964 went to work for the Airlines as an aircraft mech. Retired from FedEx in 2013 {what a great co} Probably the smartest thing I ever did was going into the Air Force. Hope everyone that choose the Air Force had a good a time as I did for those four years plus learning a great trade.

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