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#3548989 - 04/02/12 02:50 AM Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us?  
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#3549301 - 04/02/12 06:22 PM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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#3549430 - 04/02/12 09:57 PM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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I was an avionics tech,in another life.
United States Air Force,1981-1986.
32658B.
Integrated Avionics Communication,Navigation,and Penetration Aids System Specialist.
F-15A's and B's at Holloman AFB,New Mexico,49th TFW.
F-15C's and D's at Kadena AB,Okinawa,Japan,18th TFW.

#3549440 - 04/02/12 10:13 PM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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#3549449 - 04/02/12 10:24 PM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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#3549538 - 04/03/12 01:26 AM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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#3549561 - 04/03/12 02:13 AM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: REB63]  
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Originally Posted By: REB63
I was an avionics tech,in another life.
United States Air Force,1981-1986.
32658B.
Integrated Avionics Communication,Navigation,and Penetration Aids System Specialist.
F-15A's and B's at Holloman AFB,New Mexico,49th TFW.
F-15C's and D's at Kadena AB,Okinawa,Japan,18th TFW.

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Avionics Tech "A-shopper" F-15s from 96-05. Did some time in Kadena, Mt. Home and guard base at Kingsley Field Or.


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#3549564 - 04/03/12 02:25 AM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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Ah,a radar troop.Howdy.

They called us C Shop,as you know.
It is a shocker sometimes,the way time passes.
Now,my rank doesn't exist (buck sergeant),and I hear the 18th is only 2 squadrons now.
I think the third one went to Alaska or something.

Funny thing is,I've got a cousin with the same surname that I never have met,that is 10 years younger than me,and is from where my dad is from in North Carolina.
I met him doing genealogy online,and of all places on earth he could be-he was at Kadena,in Component Repair Squadron-fixing the boxes I used to remove and replace!!
Small world.

Which base did you like best?
I'll take Kadena over Holloman.

#3549575 - 04/03/12 03:14 AM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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#3550003 - 04/03/12 09:00 PM Re: Any electrical engineers or avionics techs among us? [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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I bet I could still wire it up.


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