Previously Held AFSC/MOS 99000-Basic Airman
29231-Apprentice Morse Intercept Operator
29330-Apprentice Ground Radio Operator
29251-Morse Intercept Operator
29350-Ground Radio Operator
29350E-Ground Radio Operator
29352C-Airborne Radio Operator
29372-Airborne Radio and Flight Inspection Technician
Best Friends TSgt Truitt Hickman, SMSgt George Harman, Captain David Graham, A1C Val Dorn Venta, A1C Kib Eveland, SSgt Jerald Hungerford.
Best Moment Promoted to SSgt (E-5) on May 1, 1967.
Tour curtailed on June 5, 1967 from February 24, 1968 to December 20, 1967 in accordance with Headquarters SAC Message DPAMA1 40869, dated June 1967.
Worst Moment Slipped while getting down from top bunk in barracks, causing "fracture, chip, of Calcaneous bone" injury on August 16, 1967. Foot placed in a knee-length cast.
I was removed from flying status for six weeks. After six weeks passed, the doctor apologized for making an error in reading the xray of my foot, saying it was a flaw line in the xray, not a fracture. Returned to active Flying status on September 28, 1967.
Chain of Command TSgt Truitt G. Hickman, Radio Operator 1 (Trainer)
SMSgt George A. Harman,DCOET NCOIC
Captain David F. Graham, Crypto Accountability Officer, DCOET OIC
Captain Louis C. Walsh, HQ Sqdn Commander
Colonel Alexander Talmant, 4258th SAC Wing Commanding Officer