Vets

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  1. Gribb

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    How many veterans do we have? What was/is your branch and specialty?
     
  2. TheJim

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    Army 74B information systems programmer/operator ( systems admin) now IT systems Security Engineer.
     
  3. Dutch

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    Army 31C single channel radio operator
     
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    Air Force, Security Police/Law Enforcement
     
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  5. Dave3006

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    I went into the Army: 3rd Cavalry, Fort Knox. Back then I was called a LRRP opportunity shooter. I actually changed into a military group serving under the Army, so technically I'm not a Vet and will have no Vet privileges.

    To all the Vets, I especially respect and thank you for your service. I do hope that the VA is treating you as they should.
     
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    Australian Army Medical officer but trained with special forces units so a qualified markemen amoung other stuff but i was in the medical corp. I'm a nurse
     
  7. Charles R. Stevens

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    US Army, 11HE9 tureted TOWII Anti-tank infantry. But I think we are extinct, lol.
     
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    Marines, small weapons repair, helicopter gunner and instructor.
     
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    Marine 12 years active duty sniper recon grunt 100% dav now had some rough tours
     
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    I was part of a military cult called the U.S. Army Airborne. To be more precise I was formerly of the 173D Airborne Brigade and 12th Special Forces Group (Reserves). I did 19 months in combat with the 173D in Viet Nam in a variety of roles. I was a 11Charlie, 11Foxtrot and 11Bravo at the end of my tour. For my last 7 months I carried and was trained as a sniper with a XM-21 sniper rifle. I loved that rifle like no other rifle I have EVER owned or carried before or since. If that rifle had been a girl I would have married it.
     
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