Top Tigers & Mustangs
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Arrived in unit: Sept. 1967 - Sp-4
Departed unit: Mar. 1968 - Sp-4
Duties in unit: Door Gunner & Crew Chief
Other Assignments: Basic Tng - Ft Bragg 1966; Advanced Infantry - Ft Gordon; Leadership School - Ft Gordon; Airborne School - Ft Benning; Jungle School - RVN; 173rd Airborne Brigade - (Sep)- RVN; 82nd Airborne - Ft Bragg; USARSO - Panama; 206th AVN - Panama Canal Zone; 193rd Avn C0 - Panama Canal Zone; Tropical Survival School - USAF; CBR School - Ft Clayton; Organization of American States Flight Detachment - Central/South America; JOTC - Ft Sherman; Texas State Guard - Asst. Provost Marshal, Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas
Training: see above:
DOS Army: 1970
Occupation: Retired U S Marshal
Family: 7 children, 4 grandchildren, scattered throughout the USA.
Hobbies: Being a dad and a grandfather, Shrine Clown, woodworking, fishing, camping, baseball umpire, traveling throughout the USA and abroad, supporting the Boys Scouts of America,
Remarks: I was primarily the door gunner and crew chief for WO Paul J. Hill and my door gunner later on was Richard Parnell. Both real great guys! Thank goodness the 68th AHC had a GREAT flight line maintenance crew. Coming to the Top Tigers from the airborne infantry, not being a school trained crew chief, I would have been absolutely lost without Scotty McCullough, "Teddy Bear" Brown, Joseph A. Matusz, and Albert Aylor to help out and teach me all I needed to know about being a successful crew chief. Thanks to all of them from the bottom of my heart!
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