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At 8:06pm on February 24, 2016, peter c derose said…

ANOTHER BIG BIRTHDAY TO YOU , LARRY !  Lets hope the right person gets in this year !!!!!!!!

At 5:46pm on February 24, 2014, peter c derose said…

HI Larry , Is there a Obummer tax for anybody over 65 yet ?  [A birthday tax maybe ?]

At 8:20pm on February 24, 2013, peter c derose said…

Happy Birthday ,Larry !!! Of course I was in V / -6 also , a brother was in R-7 !!

At 1:31am on September 21, 2009, Joe E. Lolley said…
You are right...time catches up with us all....the great equalizer.

I had 2 photo chiefs while I was with RVAH-11, PHC Mike Keim, and PHC Bob Orin. Both were really knowledgable, but as different as night and day. PHC Keim would take you out behind the wood shed, literally. PHC Orin was a studious type. If you figure that was 1972-72, both of them were around 40 years old then, so that would put them between 75-80 years old, now. I also served with Arther Jorgensen, who became a PHC later, and PH1 Art Bradway...don't know if he made chief or not. Most of us younger guys did one tour and ETS'd. It wasn't until many years later that I came to realize just how much we had been taught by those guys. Too soon old, too late smart.
At 11:44pm on September 20, 2009, Joe E. Lolley said…
Thanks Larry...I appreciate the info. Joe
At 11:55pm on July 10, 2009, Wayne H.Curry said…
Welcome Larry,I think you will like this site.


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