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What Was Your Branch

What branch of service did you belong or presently in?  

169 members have voted

  1. 1. what service was or is yours?

    • Marine Corps
      24
    • Navy
      38
    • Army
      69
    • Air Force
      33
    • Coast Guard
      7
    • Other Country
      10


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Guest Girl Emily   
Guest Girl Emily

Hey vets,

I am just curious what the numbers are here at Lauras-playground.

Huggs,

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Donna Jean   
Donna Jean

US Air Force....

Vietnam...1969-70

Loadmaster C-130/C-141

2000 hours in the air....

Donna Jean

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Guest KellyKat   
Guest KellyKat

Eight years in the Reserves, '86 - '94.

Three years as Tank Commander 19E.

Five years as Supply Sergeant 76Y.

Kat

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Guest Elizabeth K   
Guest Elizabeth K

Technically - 2 years Army Reserve. No service.

Lizzy

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Gina9223   
Gina9223

Navy.

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OK, which wingnut selected 'Other Country'?

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Danielle J   
Danielle J

Navy, Retired 1996

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Donna Jean   
Donna Jean
Navy.

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OK, which wingnut selected 'Other Country'?

LOL......

Gina......I believe that Joanna was in the Canadian military......

Hee...Hee....

Donna Jean (American Military!)

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Guest Ripley82   
Guest Ripley82

6 years in the Reserves.

I currently live on a military base though.

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Guest Eveyln32   
Guest Eveyln32

30 years Marine Corps.

Albany

Quantico

29 Palms

Okinawa

Cherry Point

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Guest willow ann   
Guest willow ann

Specialist

U.S. Army Fort Hood, Texas

Petroleum Supply Specialist 77F/92F

08/08/2001 - 01/26/2007 (for being a transsexual)

OIF I - 03/31/2003 -03/31/2004

OIF 5 12/15/2005-11/22/2006

Civilian Contractor (KBR Inc.) Bagram, Afghanistan - 04/27/2007 - 02/14/2010

Got fired for being a transsexual

So whats next :(

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Guest angie   
Guest angie

62nd Engineers,12B10,Ft Hood.

Regular Army,three years 75/78,ETS as a Spc 4.

Angie

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Guest Wendy D.   
Guest Wendy D.

11 years so far.

Canadian Army,

Armoured Reconaissance (American Army calls that Armored Cavalry)

Bosnia 1996

Afghanistan 2005 & 2007

Wendy

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brenda lee   
brenda lee
Hey vets,

I am just curious what the numbers are here at Lauras-playground.

Huggs,

Supply 76V /92A

Oct 1986-Mar2002

Medical Discharge

Very happy to hear that any American can openly serve our country ,that they love too .I am sure we can all remember what we went through.LOL Brenda Lee

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Valerie   
Valerie

U.S. Navy

1984 Orlando, Fla. Bootcamp

1984-1985 Orlando, Fla. Service School Command. Basic Electricty and Electronics.

1985 Orlando, Fla. Torpedoman's Mate A-school; Submarine Torpedoman's Mate School.

1986 Groton, Conn. Submarine School

1986 -1988 = USS John H. Marshall (SSN-611), Norfok, Va.

1988 - 1992 = USS Parche (SSN-683), Mare Island, Ca.

1992 - 1995 = USS William H. Bates (SSN-680), Pearl Harbor, Hi.

1995 - 1998 = Ferret (TWR-6) Craftmaster Open Ocean Torpedo Retriever, Pearl Harbor, Hi.

1998 - 1999 = USS William H. Bates (SSN-680), Pearl Harbor, Hi.

1999 - 2002 = Naval Submarine Support Command, Pearl Harbor, Hi.

2002 - 2005 = USS Columbia (SSN-771), Pearl Harbor, Hi.

2005 = 01 May, Retired.

Rate/Rank. Torpedoman's Mate Chief Petty Officer (Submarines).

I was so stressed, upset and angry. I turned down my promotion to Senior Chief Petty Officer and retired.

This is when I really was at my end and starting to realize things about me and started becoming honest with myself and my feelings.

/Hugs

Valerie Anne.

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Guest angie   
Guest angie

I know what it takes,everything you have to learn and preform to earn your dolphins.

That is a very big thing.Welcome to finding the real you Valerie.

Big hugs,

Angelique

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katie019   
katie019

army active duty

combat engineer 21B/12B

1-67 AR. 2/4

2STB 2/4

ft. carson.

going to 54th Eng. (germany) in aug.

2.5 yrs so far. re-enlisted for 4 more.

specialist E-4

OIF 08-10

OEF in Nov.

i think thats it.

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Valerie   
Valerie

Angie;

Thanks for you sweet reply. I find it amazing that someone from the Army, would have that much knowledge about the Submarine Force and it requirements. You truely do amaze me at times.

/HUGS

Love

Valerie Anne

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Bulldog1948   
Bulldog1948

U.S. ARMY- ASA

I have the privledge of being friends with a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. He's constantly globe-trotting, making numerous personal appreances. He showed me his calander one day- It was chock full for a year.

Mike

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Guest EveDaDingo   
Guest EveDaDingo

49th Fighter Wing, F-22 Raptor crew chief, USAF

Honorably discharged under AFI 36-3208, paragraph 5.11.9.5

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Guest someone else   
Guest someone else

I'm a privacy freak so I don't divulge much personal info on the internet.

USMC

Spent some time in the grunts, some time in amphibious assault and very little time in tanks.

Specialist schools, NBC, LMG, Heavy weapons, & boobytraps (live and static).

I have my combat action ribbon and 3 Southwest Asia Service medals along with more medals and ribbons than I can remember. Not a whole lot. 4ish rows and a couple rows of medals. Most are duplicates, stars etc.... USMC isn't too liberal with the ribbons. I'd have to find the box to actually remember everything.

It's great to see some other devil dogs here.

Semper Fidelis

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Guest Pammy   
Guest Pammy

US Navy

1986 - RTC, Great Lakes, IL

1987 - BE&E school, San Diego, CA

1987 - ET "A", Great Lakes, IL

1987 - USS Conolly (DD979)

1990 - inactive reserve

1999 - Cargo Weapons/Elevator Great Lakes, IL

2000 - USS Robert G Bradley (FFG 49)

2001 - NAS Jacksonville, FL

2002 - retired (disability)

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Guest DawnK   
Guest DawnK

USAF 1974-94

Initially trained in Aircraft Reconnaissance Systems and assigned to maintain the SR-71 Side Looking Radar at Beale AFB, the Career split after I was sent to Korea and I became a Real-time Sensor Technician. I worked various PAVE systems and finished my career in the AC-130's and MH-53's at Hurlburt Field. I kept my true self hid the entire time I was in and only came out to my ex 10 years after my retirement.

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Guest nicolema   
Guest nicolema

Usmc! 08 to present. I work admin, and uh ya there's nothing else to that hehe

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