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ChaPter I
ChaPter II
ChaPter III
ChaPter IV
ChaPter V
ChaPter VI
ChaPter VII
ChaPter VIII
ChaPter IX
ChaPter X
ChaPter XI
ChaPter XII
ChaPter XIII
ChaPter XIV
ChaPter XV
ChaPter XVI
ChaPter XVII
ChaPter XVIII
ChaPter XIX
ChaPter XX
ChaPter XXI
ChaPter XXII
ChaPter XXIII
ChaPter XXIV
ChaPter XXV
ChaPter XXVI
ChaPter XXVII
ChaPter XXVIII
ChaPter XXIX
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Mother, Please Let Me Go

Mother, Please Let Me Go

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This book is about my exciting and wonderful career in the United States Air Force. I listed my various assignment in the order in which they occurred and outlined the major events in my life while at each base. Every assignment had a lot of good points and some that wasn’t that great but I tried to focus on the exciting things. A large portion of the book deals with my assignments in Vietnam and events that still haunt me today. The events in the book start when I was a senior in high school trying to talk my Mother into giving me permission to enlist just as soon as I turn 17 years old. I also wrote about some of the interesting things while in high school and about my large family. I felt that it might be of interest to the reader to know that between all my brothers and I we accumulated over 170 years of military service to our country. I ended the book with some events that happened while I was teaching and the jetliner that I observed on 10 Sep 01 practicing for the flight across southern Pennsylvania that crashed on 9/11.
This book is about my exciting and wonderful career in the United States Air Force. I listed my various assignment in the order in which they occurred and outlined the major events in my life while at each base. Every assignment had a lot of good points and some that wasn’t that great but I tried to focus on the exciting things. A large portion of the book deals with my assignments in Vietnam and events that still haunt me today. The events in the book start when I was a senior in high school trying to talk my Mother into giving me permission to enlist just as soon as I turn 17 years old. I also wrote about some of the interesting things while in high school and about my large family. I felt that it might be of interest to the reader to know that between all my brothers and I we accumulated over 170 years of military service to our country. I ended the book with some events that happened while I was teaching and the jetliner that I observed on 10 Sep 01 practicing for the flight across southern Pennsylvania that crashed on 9/11.

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