Sorry i didnt respond when you posted. nice to see some of us stayed in for a full 20 (wanted to, but even today i cant run far enough to pass pft). ill try to pop on more often and see how things are doing. was floored when i saw carter did 20+. he kept sayin he wasnt gonna reup. glad to see it turned out well for both of you guys.
Hi,Dan,the family is doing great. My oldest son,Wayne Jr,has 4 kids and his younger brother,James hasone on the way.Wayne Jr.joined the Army as a tanker but broke his leg in basic tng and had to have surgery/medical discharg.James is a combat medic stasioned down at Ft.Stewart and he is set to ETS in November. The wife is doing OK exccept for the normal aches and pains that come with age,shes still mean as ever, lol.
Hi,Dan,it's been to long,how have you been? Itlooks like you have been doing pretty good.The last time I saw you,you were a spec-4,now look at all them stripes,and retired too! Man we are getting too old. Its great to hear from you again. SCOUTS OUT!!!
Great to hear from you again. All those stripes on your blues look good. I sold the Shelby just before I left (Oct '88) to a guy from the Aviation Squadron. He brought it back to the states and sold it to a guy in Wisconsin. The car has its own website at: http://www.thecoralsnake.com/ Pat
I met Gravens when he was USAEUR SMG a few years back. No sighn of Depringer and I divorced just last year after I took this Job in Florida and the German wife had to have the Edika or whatever. lol.
Look at you in the Blues man. I think you once dogged me out for wanting to re-enlist, I think the term you used was "Lifer" hahaha. sorry about not posting sooner, been working alot lately. Blues look good on you man. I'm back in the US finnaly,working for the Gov on a contract as a Subject Matter Expert. Ground Combat Simulations. CCTT is the program, you may have heard of it. Nice touching base with you again. Talk to you soon.
Hey Dan, good to hear from you. Congrats on retiring, I'm right behind you, just 14 years left to go. My minimum age for retirement with CBP is 56, that will give me 38 years of federal service once I'm there. Any post retirement plans? Best of luck in whatever you do. Jaime