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Old 05-22-2015, 08:36 AM   #11
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F 2/278 ACR
When were you F/2/278? We (50MSB/42) were supporting them in Iraq in 05, as part of TF Liberty.
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When were you F/2/278? We (50MSB/42) were supporting them in Iraq in 05, as part of TF Liberty.
My unit went over; I didn't go with them due to "things" so I know most everyone that was there

Don't mention names we can IM that stuff if you want, the 1st shirt and his sons where good friends, and I actually saw him a week ago
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Old 05-22-2015, 10:57 AM   #14
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My unit went over; I didn't go with them due to "things" so I know most everyone that was there

Don't mention names we can IM that stuff if you want...
'Tis ok. I was in the battalion 6, so I didn't get outside the wire much. Although, after hearing "I need my computer unlocked" for 8 of the 10 months we were there, I was about ready to request Samarra or Baqabah.

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check it out, enjoy

(Putting Up the Flag old link, website was pulled)

here it is, thank you to all who have served our country in ANY CAPACITY

remember Rosie?
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thanks to all that have served

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check it out, enjoy

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thanks to all that have served

Dad was an airplane mechanic in WWII, serving his native Canada. It gives me a warm feeling when I think of the role aircraft played in the Allied victory - and how critical it was that the machines stayed reliable.

Brother served in the USAF as a navigator on the KC135; he saw service in Desert Storm over Turkey. Combat craft would go to his plane for fuel and then back in the thick of it.

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The original article from 2011 here

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