I was in the Infantry from 1979-1981 my best Battle Buddy was Joe Moody, just to my right.
From 1998-2011 I served the 257th TC under 5 different Commanders. I went to Combat twice and made my highest rank of Sergeant First Class in this unit.
In February of 2016, after 37 years and 1 week, I retired from the United States Army.
I had 3 MOS's (Military Occupational Specialties)
19D Cavalry Scout with LRRP Advanced Reconnaissance
88M Heavy Duty Truck Driver (HET)
88H Inland Cargo Handling Specialist
2 Combat Tours
1 Two Year Tour to Germany
Good Conduct Medal
5 ARFAM (Army Reserve Good Conduct)
(Four Other Medals Deployment Related)
3 Other Ribbons
Driver's Badger with W/S Devices
LRRP Tab and Badge
Soldier For Life Badge
Rank of Sergeant First Class
I Served Under six US Presidents
(From Carter to Obama)
We Offer them a Free Class on Coping with Civilians. This Class is only offered to Combat Stress Related Veterans. It is a 30-60 minute class. Hell maybe 30 minutes to listen to them might be all they need. Been there done that!
If a Veteran has their stories and Documents in Order and not a poser***, I will assist him or her in any way I can. Granted that means are limited. We will offer them a class if that will help, or a meal of a deal! It might be an MRE. LOL We could offer them a free shower, perhaps that can make a big difference.
Half of the Battle in Coming Home is how you are treated when you get here. Many civilians talk about their "rights" and never spent one day defending those "rights" or the "rights" of others. It is difficult trying to deal with the stupid shit all of the time.
When you are in a foreign country and don't know if you are going to make it home to your own family, it is very frightening. A little gratitude goes a long way.
For this Veteran we offer 10% off of any of our products.
There are many people that receive this discharge that didn't even get through bootcamp.
This discharge only gets $5.00 off of any product due to the types that are out there. The DD-214 will supply the type of discharge. They at least put their life on the line for the country voluntarily.
***There are many people posing as Veterans and they have never served
This War started in June of 1950 and ended in July of 1953. North Korea invaded South Korea with hopes of uniting the Korean Peninsula. The TV show MASH is about the only thing I can really say comes to mind about that War. It is sometimes referred to as the Forgotten War. So here in my website, we will not forget those brave souls that paid the ultimate price.
The Vietnam War started in 1954 about 5 years before I was born. I watched the War on TV as a child growing up, the big build up and the TET Offensive. I saw young men coming home to a hostile country where people were protesting the War. I was personally troubled by the way our soldiers were being treated. I went into the Army in 1979, and most of my leaders were Vietnam Vets. My Vietnam Vets will get a good discount, because of them, I got treated very good, in fact like a hero.
As a member of the Armed Services that participated in the expeditionary force that went into Iraq in April of 2003, and returned there in 2008. I had the opportunity of seeing POW camps and I also lost my best friend on 1 Sept 2003. I will always be grateful for my two tours there, and for seeing a part of the world that is so different from the United States. I actually had the opportunity of spending my 44th and 50th birthdays in Kuwait and Iraq. On my 44th I was able to go to the City of Ir.
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Thank you to Eric Palmer (Graphic Designer)
Thank you to Ralph Willett, CPA (Businessman of the Year 2019) for the City of Gilbert, AZ
Thank you to Joe Moody for his input and friends
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