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Knew that was you. Always thought you were a good friend. Miss lots of the old guys, you never make quality buds but once in your life this way. Jim Bolin had some severe med problems, he was going to have electrodes placed in his head, to assist him. This was last year, haven't heard back. We talked about you a lot. NavAir was good to me. Got out 72 went to school, graduated 76, went to work building gyroscopes, functioned as aerospace engineer for 25 years similar to George Freese. but not as cool. Started the Instrument shoppe 1983 we repair and sell gyro survey guidance systems,both gimbal and rate. That's it for now, have to look at some more names. Will call. This is not a drill. BILL.
mike; I was in h-3 in 1969 and 1970. In electric shop with you and others. Jim Bolin, Phil Potts, Glen Howard,and many others. We spent our time torturing Chief Kline and George Frees. I had a black 1955 chevy. Remember Ross Buenzle. Love to hear from you. Glad we are still here. Hope Jim Bolin is ok now.
I left H-12 in 78 went to Meridian checked into VA-37 in 81 did the Med/IO on Big John came home and right back out on the World Cruise, left in 84 for NRD Pittsbug, Fired after a year, ended up back in Meridian, for almost 4 years, checked into VFA-15 and out on the TR.
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