Scott, Glenn, A1C

Aircraft Maintenance
 
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Current Service Status
USAF Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Airman 1st Class
Current/Last Primary AFSC/MOS
42251-Mechanical Accessories and Equipment Repairman
Current/Last AFSC Group
Aircraft Maintenance
Primary Unit
1969-1970, 42251, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing - Wolf Pack
Previously Held AFSC/MOS
42030-Aircraft Accessories Maintenance Helper
42231-Apprentice Mechanical Accessories and Equipment Repairman
Service Years
1966 - 1972
Airman 1st Class

 Official Badges 




 Unofficial Badges 

US Air Force Honorable Discharge Cold War Medal Journeyman Technician


 Military Association Memberships
Chapter 27-National Rifle Association (NRA)
  1970, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 27 (Browns Mills, New Jersey)5 - Chap. Page
  1987, -National Rifle Association (NRA)20


 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
Retired. I worked with computers the majority of my career as an Operator,Tele Comm Analyst, and with CAD ( Computer Aided Design). I have been retired as of 2005. I do research in my spare time on the early Southern New Jersey glass industry, where the art of blowing glass by hand began in America. I also collect and study items from the F4 Phantom II fighter aircraft. I was a mechanic on the environmental systems on this plane in SEA at Ubon RTAFB,Thailand in 1969-70. I have a functioning Ejection Seat (minus rocket) out of a Vietnam era Phantom F4D, that I am currently working on.
   
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  Glenn's Glass Blowing at South Jersey Glassworks
   
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Last Updated:
Sep 19, 2017
   
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In my spare time when the weather is cooler or cold preferred, I spend some time working with glass in the Southern New Jersey town of Clayton. I made a lot of Lilypad flowers at Gilson & Sons Glassworks before they closed down and moved to Virginia. I now rent studio time at The New Fislerville Glassworks in Clayton. I have sixteen cast iron moulds from the old Clevenger Brothers Glassworks and Anchor Hocking Co. that I make glass bottles from. The glass pot is usually 2000 deg. while the anealing oven is around 900 deg. You can check out the glass that I have for sale at my web store Elmer Island Glass at www.glassgaffersgallery.com

   
My Photos From This Event
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Blowing an Ink Bottle at Gilsons Glass Works in Clayton NJ
Phantom Spook in a Scroll Flask-Front
Phantom Spook in a Scroll Flask-Rear
Phantom Spook in a Log Cabin Bottle

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