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- Tags: Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944
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Tags: 45th Parallel North; 75th Ranger Regiment; Air Assault Badge; Air Assault School; Airborne School; aircraft; airplanes; alcohol; alcoholic beverages; Army Air Assault School; Army Airborne School; Army Ranger; balaclava; bugle notes; C-130; C-141; C-160; Community Veterans History Project; Connie Mack; Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy II; Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy III; Corsica, France; cows; Curt Sawyer; CVHP; Demilitarized Zone; Democratic People's Republic of Korea; Department of Veterans Affairs; deployments; DMZ; Dojuan Sawyer; DPRK; DZ; Ed Hoyt; Edison Community College; education; Eglin AFB; Eglin Air Force Base; enlistment; fast strobing; firstie; Florida SouthWestern State College; Fort Benning, Georgia; Fort Myers, Florida; Forty-Fifth Parallel North; French Foreign Legion; GI Bill; Guard Post Ouellette; Itaewon, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea; Iver; Jeep; Joint Readiness Training Center; JRTC; Jump School; Korean War; Land Rovers; line platoons; Lisa Dojuan; Lockheed C-130 Hercules; Lockheed C-141 Starlifter; military benefits; military education; military training; North Korea; Officer Basic Corps; parachutes; planes; plebe years; plebes; R&R; Ranger; Ranger Regiment; Ranger School; RB-15; Republic of Korea; rest and recuperation; Robin Dunn; ROK; Sabalauski Air Assault School; San Francisco, California; Savannah, Georgia; scout platoon; scout platoons; Seoul, South Korea; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; Seventy-Fifth Ranger Regiment; soju; soldiers; South Korea; Special Operations Command; Tennessee; training; Transall C-160; TSAAS; U.S. Army; U.S. Army Special Operations Command; U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; United States Military Academy at West Point; USASOC; USMA; VA; veterans; Veterans Affairs; watch caps; West Point; yearly; Zodiac
Tags: accounting; advanced training; Airframe Repair School; airframe repair specialists; airframe repairman; airframe repairmen; airplanes; Amarill, Texas; Amarillo AFB; Amarillo Air Force Base; anti-war movement; basic training; Boeing 707; Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker; Brown University; BU; Bureau of Customs and Border Protection; Burlington County, New Jersey; C-141 Galaxy; colorblindness; Community Veterans History Project; conscription; Custom Service; CVHP; Detachment 51; draft board; draft lottery; drafts; education; enlistment; Europe; F-101; F-105; F-4; fast food restaurants; fiber glassing; fiberglass; firearms; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; G.I. Bill; Germany; Good Conduct Medal; gun ranges; guns; instructors; Ishihara Color Test; jet; jet fighter; jets; KC-135; Lackland AFB; Lackland Air Force Base; Larry Levine; Lawrence Paul Levin; marching; marriages; Mary Hughes Young; McDonald's; McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II; McDonnell F-101 Voodoo; Mcguire AFB; Mcguire Air Force Base; metal; military draft; military education; military training; pacifism; pacifists; peace movement; phantom jets; planes; protests; Providence, Rhode Island; pylon; Republic F-105 Thunderchief; Rhein-Main AB; Rhein-Main Air Base; RIT; riveting; Rochester Institute of Technology; Rochester, New York; San Antonio, Texas; Selective Service System; Sergeant; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; sharpshooters; sharpshooting; Shaw AFB; Shaw Air Force Base; sheet metal; Staff Sergeant; Sumter, South Carolina; TDY; temporary duty; The Platters; TI; training; U.S. Air Force; U.S. Air Force in Europe; U.S. Army; U.S. Army Air Corps; U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection; U.S. Customs Service; United Service Organization; USAFE; USO; veterans; Vietnam; Vietnam War; World War II; WWII
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