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http://blog.fiveonenine.ca/27969-evista-cost.html еxchange May 13th 1975 I enlisted in the Army. After basic and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Polk, Louisiana, I went to Fort Lewis and served in the 9th Infantry Division as an 11B Infantryman in a Company 3rd /47th Infantry (Foot Cavalry).

keto ice cream to buy categorize While at Ft. Lewis Washington I participated in many Field Training Exercises (FTX) at Fort Lewis, Yakama Firing Center, 29 Palms, the National Training Center and a rotation in Alaska for Operation Jack Frost.

http://crossfitalpha1athlete.com/49642-pred-forte-eye-drops-cost.html innovate 1979, I re-enlisted and became an Air Traffic Controller where I went on to serve in the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell Kentucky.

drugstore viagra 1981, Son, Garrett Edward Winn born at Fort Campbell Kentucky.

buy Clomiphene for cheap 1981, I had a permanent change of station to the 125th Air Traffic Control (ATC) Battalion in South Korea.

In Korea I was the Distinguished Graduate of the Primary Leadership Course at Camp Red Cloud.

1983, I went back to Fort Rucker, Alabama and served as an instructor and became the first leader of the Aviation Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course.

During my stint at Ft. Rucker, I went to Air Assault School and was also chosen as Non-Commissioned Officer of the year for the Aviation Branch of the Army Aviation Association of America.

1987, Daughter, Catherine Opal Winn born at Fort Rucker, Alabama

1989, I was transferred to a 1-year tour at Soto Cano Airbase in Honduras (JTF-B) MI Battalion LI.

While in Honduras I participated in Operation Just Cause in Panama.

1990, after returning from Honduras, I was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division Fort Bragg, North Carolina and served in multiple roles but my tour was highlighted when I served as a 1SG, Senior Jump Master and the Aviation Brigade Operations Sergeant Major.

While in the 82nd I served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

1996, after 20+ years I retired from the US Army as a 1SG.

1996, I earned an Bachelor of Science in General Business from Excelsior College.

1999, I earned an Executive MBA from Wake Forest University.

2019, I live with my beautiful wife and step daughter in North Carolina and work as Director of Operations for the Advanced WiFi Solutions Team at Spectrum.


I attended many schools to include Airborne School, Jump Master Course, Master Fitness Training and the First Sergeant Unit Administration.

My Decorations, Medals, Badges and Campaign Ribbons include:
  • Meritorious Service Medal (2)
  • Army Commendation Medal (2)
  • Army Achievement Medal (2)
  • Good Conduct Medal (6)
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
  • Southeast Asia Medal with 2 Bronze Service Star (BSS)
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • Overseas Service Ribbon (2)
  • Kuwait Liberation Medal
  • Senior Parachutist Badge
  • Air Assault Badge
  • Expert Rifleman

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