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Muff Millen

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    Millen
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    Spent 26 1/2 years in AF retired as Chief June 1985
    Best years was as IFE at CCK and flying most of our time in Vietnam and Thailand.
    Ended up with the SS, two DFCs and a handfull of AMs. With all that and $2.95
    I can get a cup of coffee at Starbucks.
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    Smyrna Georgia
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    Retired C-130E IFE and Maint Super F-15s and Travel
  1. Bill outstanding job you folks did on the paint job. I often drive by on Atlanta road or on visits to the credit union and just brings back great memories of my time at Naha, Mactan, Clark, CCK, TSN, and Kadena. Congratulations for the great job. Muff
  2. No words can soften the grief...God speed my friend, clear skys, and a gentle tail wind. See you on the other side. Muff
  3. Ryan, congrats on your new plane...no nick name needed paint your name above the crew door and make sure that everyone who enters that doorway says nothing but great things about the way the plane is maintained. Ryan is the name that you want everyone to remember. Muff
  4. Chris do you have an ETIC for that instriment panel? Muff
  5. I've been away from flying the mighty Herk for about 30 plus years and I was wondering about the new AF....is it still a rule that that drinking in not allowed within 50 feet of an airplane except for a cool beer on the aft cargo ramp from the case that the load had stored in the cargo door all day. As we were waiting for the crew van to pick us up. I also heard a bad rumor that there is no smoking on any AF planes except for single seat fighter jets. Sure glad I'm retired. Muff
  6. Dan, I typed in my civilian doctors name into Google and I got a great return with all his back ground and patient comments. Here is the web site if google doesnt work. You are tough as are all us Herk guys hang in there it's just a bump int the road of life. http://www.healthgrades.com/physician/dr-chad-case-xl7qt Muff
  7. Ken have you gone to: http://airforce.togetherweserved.com/. I have found tons of guys that I knew over the years a long tome ago in far away places. Muff
  8. http://www.militaryheritage.org/DANGTailNos.html Go to this link and scrool down to the C-130 info. Lots of history by tail number there mostly posted by BG Tom Lauppe DANG Retired. My co-pilot on a Rhine Main ROTE in 1970. He and our pilot and I will get together this week for a debrief of 42 years. Muff
  9. CMSgt Samuel F. McGoldrick (Retired) under went heart valve replacement surgery Wednesday a week ago. The surgeon had to perform a By-pass and eliminate false electrical impulses as well. Sam has been in a sedated state for an entire week to allow healing to occur. Tomorrow (Thursday) the Physician is going to first remove a bladder pump that has been used to assist his heart during recovery. Sam has been holding his own, Pulse, Pressure, Temperature, Urine flow are all great. The breathing and feeding tube will probably remain a while. I do not know when they will allow Sam to wake from sedation. Sam is in the ST Vincent’s infirmary Hospital in Little Rock Arkansas. St. Vincent’s is a 4 Star medical facility. Sam’s wife Sachiko and daughter Nana are by his side. Prayers for Sam’s complete recovery are requested.
  10. For those of us who served on Taiwan and ‘Nam and served on “the rock (Okinawa)†this information may be useful. Muff go to: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120517f2.html
  11. This is a cool mission the MARINES have. Never saw this before Muff The Harvest Hawk www.youtube.com
  12. John Edward Schroeder July 16, 1961 - March 21, 2012 John Edward Schroeder, he was a beloved son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend. John began life with his love for baseball which he shared with his Dad “Go Yankeesâ€, and a love for aviation. He began that love by attending Aviation High School in New York City, learning how to make airplanes fly. He continued that love by joining the U.S. Air Force starting his 22 year career with the 146th Airlift Wing in California as a C-130 Loadmaster, which he later became a Flight Engineer. He later transferred to the 189th AW in Little Rock and shared his love and knowledge as a C-130 Flight Engineer Instructor. After he retired from the U.S. Air Force, he later worked for Falcon Jet in his 50 year passion of flying John was always active not only in his home life but in his community, He was a patch holder of the American Veterans M/C, formerly with the Hardriders R/A and a supporter of the Patriot Guard Riders. He was a member and Past President of the Pilipino-American Association and various veterans groups in the local area. Throughout the years John never gave up his love for life and his family. John is survived by his mother Blanche of New York, brothers Paul of California, George of New York, his loving wife Annie of Jacksonville, his four children, John Michael, Vanessa, Christopher and Nichole Blanche, and his grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father John and his granddaughter Arriana Elaine. He is loved and will be missed. Visitation will be from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Saturday, March 24, 2012, and from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Sunday, March 25, 2012 at the funeral home. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Monday, March 26, 2012 at Arkansas State Veteran’s Cemetery in North Little Rock. Arrangements by Moore’s Jacksonville Funeral Home (501) 982-2136.
  13. WASHINGTON -- Starting this month, the Defense Department will calculate imminent-danger pay by the day rather than the month, a cost-cutting move the department estimated last year could save $30 million annually. Up to now, servicemembers received a full month’s imminent-danger pay -- $225 -- for spending even a single day in designated hazardous areas, which range from war zones such as Afghanistan to out-of-the-way spots like Montenegro. But beginning Feb. 1, they’ll get the extra pay only for days they’re actually present in the danger zones. The prorated daily amount works out to $7.50. “This is a more targeted way of handling that pay,†Pentagon spokesman Capt. John Kirby said Thursday. The exception is for troops exposed to hostile fire. “If you take fire, you get the full $225,†regardless of time spent in the area, said DoD spokeswoman Eileen Lainez. The change, signed into law by President Barrack Obama on Dec. 31 as part of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, should have little effect on troops on long-term deployments in hazardous areas. But it could reduce the paychecks of officers making short visits to designated locations or Sailors passing through them, Lainez said. If I remember correctly....we "took fire" at every stop we made with the Herk in VN. Muff
  14. Here is the latest from those "NO CLUE" civilians in Washington who needs an enemy when we have these folks! Muff the Air Force will: Eliminate 123 fighters (102 A-10s and 21 older F-16s), 133 mobility aircraft (27 C-5As, 21 C-27s, 65 C-130s, and 20 KC-135s), and 30 intelligence platforms (18 Global Hawk Block 30s, 11 RC-26s, and one E-8). Trim the Total Force by 9,900 airmen, building upon the reductions of 48,000 personnel since 2004. Terminate or restructure programs like the B-2 extremely high-frequency radio improvements and the family of advanced beyond line of sight terminals. Replace "expensive programs" like the C-130 Avionics Modernization Program "with more affordable alternatives that still accomplish the mission." Discontinue or defer programs including the common vertical lift support platform, light mobility aircraft, and light attack and armed reconnaissance airplane.
  15. Me too Bill....Can't get enough of that great sound. Muff
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