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Date Posted: 21:36:53 03/31/03 MonPST
Author: Charles Dobbs
Author Host/IP: 68.52.236.195
Subject: Da Nang 1969-70 366th SPS & Tuy Hoa 1970 31st SPS K9

I'll be joining both the USAF Security Police Association and this organization as soon as my funds start rolling in again. (finally a job after 8 months unemployed).

I served in the Air Force Security Police from 1968 to 1977 (most enjoyable time of my life for the most part even though didn't get much time off). Served in Vietnam starting at Da Nang (Perimeter Security Juliet Area) from Sept 69 to Jan 70 (too many handlers, not enough dogs) so I transferred to Tuy Hoa and served there from Jan 70 to I think Aug 70 cause they were closing the base early. Seems like a lot of guys remember their dogs names, but for the life of me I just can't remember mine (keep thinking it was King but don't remember serial #'s). Hard to remember all the dogs I've worked with but remember Duke in England from 1973-76, Lucky at Barksdale AFB 70-72, Mike at Lackland AFB (training who didn't make it the 1st round, went back for retraining) early 69. Agent Orange has taken it's toll on me somewhat (memory problems, diabetes, and so on) and I wish I could remember some of the guys who I served with in Vietnam. Maybe they'll remember me. A1C in Vietnam, Sgt at Barksdale AFB and SSgt at Lakenheath, England and Dyess, AFB, TX.

Course now I wish I was with our guys in Iraq doing it our way.

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