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Airman Scott has graduated from boot camp. He was lucky enough to get his first choice, Pavements and Construction school. (heavy Equipment operation)
Its at Fort Leonard Wood, in Missouri. Any forum people, near there? From what we hear, NOTHING is near there. (Polaski county),135 mi SW of St. Louis, Mo.) Ed
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He looks great Ed. You must be very proud and well you should be!
I'll bet the college girls in Rolla will find him!
Congratulations Ed and give him my thanks, it is ONLY because of men and women like him who have and in the past have had the courage to serve this great nation ,that we enjoy the freedoms that we have. SALUTE to all of our armed forces and vets.
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I know you and your bride must be very proud of Scotty... please pass along Em's and my congratulations to him, and I am glad he got is preferred choice of trade classifications
Wow, that does not look like the same old Scott. Nice to see the picture thanks Ed.
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Awesome Scott Congrats
Take care of your equipment and it will take care of you. 1964 cub. Farmall 100 and 130.
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Great picture, Ed. You certainly can be proud. Please extend our congratulations to Scott.
We live about two hours south of FLW.
High atop Hummingbird Hill
In the Missouri Ozarks
Congrats. He cleans up rather well!!! I assume he will be be in a red horse squadron. I worked with them in Chu Lai many many years ago. Great outfit. Good luck to him and tell him I'm proud of him. The Army Engineer School there (FLW) is supposed to be the top of the line for training. Grump
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Ed - please add our congratulations and thanks to Scott! I'm sure there must be someone on the forum close to Ft. Leonard Wood. John Puckett is about a hundred miles or so from there.
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Congratulations, Scott. Those Army boys down at Leonard Wood will teach you blue-suiters how to make that equipment dance.
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