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posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 01:37 PM
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i will remember 341 for the rest of my life. I can't get away from it..the base i'm at now, my group is the 341st
what was your job in the air force?




posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 02:52 PM
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I was an Air Conditioning and Heating Specialist in the 96th CES (Colonel's Enlisted Slaves) Squadron. I know it doesn't sound that important, but I was a king in Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm. "Can you hook me up with an extra A/C unit?" Sure thing, but hook me up with some chocolate chips cause I'm tired of these Schwarzkopf's.

Most of the time I worked on normal base a/c equipment, but for over 2 years I was assigned to Consolidated Aircraft Support System (CASS) for the B-1 Bomber. We maintained an assortment of power and cooling equipment so the could test the bombers without having to crank up the engines or pull 5 support carts around the plane.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 04:36 PM
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I know a bunch of CES guys, i got some funny stories about them, crazy bastards. My job is fireteams, basically I sit in a house until dispatched. Everytime an alarm goes off at our resource we have to go see what caused it. Pain in the butt during the winters up here. My friend from home in Pittsburgh actually has the same job you have, he's in the desert right now. I'm going to have to ask him if he's making any deals over there. The coolest thing I've traded for is a SEAL coin, I met a group of seals a few years ago, and they wanted a Security Forces OP 4 coin (op 4 is the bad guys during excercises), so I traded them an OP4 coin for a SEAL coin. How many years were you in?


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