Sound Off (Introduction Thread)

NorCal

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I have always been curious to see who my fellow veterans are on EMT Life. I have five generations of military in my family and I have a huge affinity for veterans.

So please take the time to sound off and introduce yourselves:

Screen Name:
Military Branch:
Military Occupation:
Dates of Service:
Military Service Tours:


NorCal
US Air Force/ Special Operations Command
Security Forces (MP)
2001-2007
Operation Iraqi Freedom Combat Veteran
FOB Kirkuk, Iraq. (2004)
 

mycrofft

Still crazy but elsewhere
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A related and more anonymous thread: DO NOT get mired n the gun thing!
http://emtlife.com/showthread.php?t=14014
Since I have stated this all before (no anonymity issue):

USAF '75-'79: Fire Protection Spec, (rescueman, dispatch, strutural/flightline ffighter)
Air Nat Guard, '80-97 (Med tech with TAC-RECON group's tactical clinic, Med tech with Aersopace Rescue Group' tactical hospital, commissioned '87 and retired as Maj/O4 ).
No combat tours, federally activated '91 OPERATION DESERT STORM, served in CONUS.
ANCILLARY DUTIES: Unit disaster preparedness officer; unit mobility manager; unit ambulance manager; unit training NCO; senior NCO at an urban geographically separated operating location; planned and executed support for field exercises, deployed excercises '85-96.
 

325Medic

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325Medic.
U.S. Army, 2nd Batt,325 A.I.R., Ft. Bragg N.C. (assigned to HHC / attached to Bco. as senior line medic / stent with LRS platoon as line medic).
91B1P (Paratrooper / medic).
93-98
4 months in Saudi Arabia in 97 / post Khobar Towers bombing (was not @ bombing but did see the results).

325.
 

WhiskeySix5

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WhiskeySix5
US Army 1986-1993
91BW1P
Operation Golden Pheasant - Honduras 88
Operation Just Cause - Panama 89
Operation Desert Shield / Storm Iraq 90-91
Operation Provide Comfort Iraq 91
 

DPM

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DPM
British Army
Intelligence
2003-2011
Op Telic (Iraq, Al Amarah and Basra, '05 and '06)
Op Banner (Northern Ireland '07)
Op Herrick (Afghanistan, Helmand '08 and '10)
TF 151 (Somila / Pirates / Floating around in the ocean, '11)
 

ffemt8978

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Community Leader
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ffemt8978
USN
Nuclear Machinist Mate/Radiolgical Controls
1988-1997
Operation Just Cause
Counter narcotics off of Columbia
Operation Desert Shield / Desert Storm
Operation Southern Watch

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DrankTheKoolaid

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US Army
13F Forward Observer / Fire Support Specialist
1987 - 1990
Hanau Germany
2/6FA recommisioned as 4/82FA
 

EMT11KDL

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Emt11kdl
us army
68w
2010-current
 

Handsome Robb

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You all probably hear it a million times but thank you for your service to our country.
 

911bru

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We appreciate it. I lived in a hippie state, where they protest
Outside of the military bases frequently.

Served my country
Now with hardwork and a little luck
I can serve my community.
 

RocketMedic

Californian, Lost in Texas
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Rocketmedic
US Army, "Old Ironsides", 3-41 IN 1/1AD, Fort Bliss, TX
Deployed to OIF 09-10 Hawijah Province (near Kirkuk).
68W10, paramedic
Was an infantry medic with 1-37AR 1/1AD with 2/B/1-37, CMB and stuff.
Currently waiting for terminal leave to start at the end of the year...
 

airbornePATRIOT76

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I was never a medic in the military. I worked as a firefighter / EMT-I in Savannah, Georgia before I enlisted. In the Army I was an 11B in the 82nd ABN DIV. Now I am out and back in school to get my EMT back since everything expired while I was doing the infantry thing and couldn't do continuing ed.
 

325Medic

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I was never a medic in the military. I worked as a firefighter / EMT-I in Savannah, Georgia before I enlisted. In the Army I was an 11B in the 82nd ABN DIV. Now I am out and back in school to get my EMT back since everything expired while I was doing the infantry thing and couldn't do continuing ed.

Where @ in the deuce were you?

325.
 

325Medic

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I was in 2/505. 3rd BCT. What brigade is 325, 2nd?

Yep. 2nd BCT. Back in the mid 90's there was not BCT's though. Things have changed brother. Thanks for serving also. I miss my 11B bros. / I was their medic / for Bco.2/325.

325.
 

airbornePATRIOT76

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I appreciate it and thanks as well, you were doing it before I was. I'm sure things have changed alot since then. I was there from 07 till recently and it changed alot just in that amount of time. Went to Iraq in 08 and now Im looking at trying to get back overseas in some capacity.
 

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