|KJ7ZOZ, ? USAF|
|KJ7ZOY, ? USAF,|
|K4TCO, ID National Guard|
|KM5F, ID & WY National Guard|
|KA7MLM, ID National Guard|
|N6WRM US Marines,
2, Enlisted in Marine Reserves
Dec, 1950. Active duty Dec, 1950 -- June, 1952. Electronics school at
Radio Repair school at San Diego. Assigned to Cherry Point, North Carolina. Only overseas was maneuvers at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico..
|AA7UN, US Marines, 4|
|N7FLM, US Navy, 4, CW intercept operator ?? Japan ?? Okinawa|
|WØWN, US Army 20+|
|KA7AJS,US Army Reserves 20|
|K7CF, USAF, 4, (School: Lowery, CO) Spangdahlem-Germany, F-105 Fire control system, AFRTS Radio and TV||1962-1966|
|W7EKG, USAF, 4|
|KF7FY, MT Army National Guard, 23+, Radio Teletype Operator with Morse code. Then 1988, became a Warrant officer and spent a year in Ft. Gordon, GA being trained as a COMSEC officer. Then Ft. Monmouth to implement the new SINCGARS radios into the guard units. I was activated in 1998 and went to Germany to support the troops in Kosovo. Went into the IRR in 2001.||1977-2001|
|WB7DNU, US Navy,
3 1/2 years. Highest Rate:
Aviation Fire Control second class (AQ2) (E-5)
Recruit training 10 weeks in San Diego, CA.
Navy P School in Norman, OK 6 weeks training in DC circuit theory and aircraft handling.
Navy A School 36 weeks in Memphis, TN training in electronics and aviation fire control systems (radar and weapons systems on fighter aircraft).
Stationed at Miramar Naval Air Station with fighter squadron VF-51 for 18 months, 11 months sea duty with VF-51 aboard the USS Ticondroga CVA-14.
Navy C School at North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado, CA for 12 weeks training on the fire control system used in the F4D Sky-Ray aircraft
Stationed at Miramar Naval Air Station in Squadron VF-121 (a training squadron) for 11 months as a maintenance technician on the radar system used on the F3H fighter aircraft.
|KØIP, USAF, almost
6, Precision Measurement Equipment
Lab, we repaired and calibrated test equipment.
I was stationed at, McCoy AFB, it's now Orlando international airport. -- Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand (HS6ADE) -- Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam
Edwards AFB CA. -- AFCENT (NATO) southern part of The Netherlands (PA9VW)