Welcome to the forum Jerry
Hello everyone, I just found and registered on this site. I am an old vet.
Served 4 years active duty, regular army and am a Vietnam veteran. Spent my 4 years in the Army Security Agency - basic training at Ft. Dix; a year in electronics and intelligence schools at Fort Gorden GA and Fort Meade MD (NSA); a year in RVN: and my last 2 years at Vint Hills Farm Station (ASA) in Warrenton, VA.
I served a short time with the Massachusetts ANG while in college, after I left the Army. I am a 1980 graduate of Northeastern University in Boston, Marketing Major. I worked in high tech sales and marketing for years, ending with IBM in 2002. I then worked for the Commonwealth of PA for eight years handling the federal grant accounting for the PA Dept of Military and Veterans Affairs. I retired from CoPA last year and am now enjoying the good life! I enjoy Cowboy Action Shooting and Sporting Clay and do my own reloading for both. I also enjoy fly fishing and woodworking. However, all of this takes a back seat to my four beautiful grand daughters!!
I recently joined the local VFW Honor Guard. We provide Military Burial Honors for our brother and sister veterans locally and on rotation at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery. I really find this a very satisfying way of serving my fellow veterans.
That's about it from me. I look forward to getting to know all of you.
Welcome. Your bio is impressive. Your work with the Honor Guard is very noble.
Welcome aboard, Jerry! You will lose the restricted status after a few more posts. I hope that you enjoy the MTF!
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Welcome to the forum!
Welcome to the forum.
Welcome! Thanks for your service then and now. It's like getting a chilly pool... just find a place and jump in.
When things go wrong in your command, start searching for the reason in increasingly larger concentric circles around your own desk.
-GEN Bruce C. Clarke
Howdy, Man From Uncle!
Welcome to the MTF!
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