Previously Held AFSC/MOS 00000-not listed
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 William Dickerson Charles R Chidester II Frank Huber Kenneth L Sanderson Bernard J Andrzejewski Harold E Christensen Lawrence C Fuller Gary E Fields Andrew H Ferber Edward W Hess Richard L Palmer Donald H Clarke Edmund D Gibbons Karl W Halder Ronald D Morgan George H Nicklas, Jr. Terry W Trovinger Charles E Harrison Richard C Behm Ray K Stokes Donald A Sechrest David A Taylor Thomas R Wright
Best Moment Graduated Morse Code Intercept Operator, with proficiency of 20 Groups Per Minutes (GPM)on April 30, 1957.
Enrolled for 7-week training in Class 13037 as Special Training Intercept Operator (Course AB29331, Class 13037) on April 13, 1957.
Upon completion of above course on May 30, 1957, Awarded PAFSC 29331 and assigned Temporary Change of Station to 2266th Personnel Processing Squadron, Manhattan AFS, Brooklyn 35, NY, reporting No Later Than May 21, 1957 for shipment to Germany.
Worst Moment Allowed Harold Christensen to convince me I needed a tattoo. Got used to it after Christmas 1956.
Other Memories Promoted to A3C (E-2) with Date of Rank 6 December 1956