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Subject: Re: Fort Knox AIT

Greg Chew
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Date Posted: 18:33:13 08/07/06 Mon
In reply to: Bill Bellinger 's message, "Fort Knox AIT" on 17:05:16 08/07/06 Mon

When I returned to the World, I was sent back to Ft McClellan Alabama where I had a job in an ammo dump pulling ammo for the training units. Easy job, count bullets and other ordnance and recieve brass and unused.The other part of the job involved listening to the Civilians who actually ran the dump. This usually kept me in stitches most of the day. When I separated, I waited for the reserve duty notice but never got one.(I was all primed to ignore it} As it turned out, those of us in town that did Nam duty were done when we separated.Got my discharge papers 4 years later. Many times I have thought about those names on the wall and wondered what made me so special that I came home in one piece. It could have been so different.

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