What Did You Do In The War Daddy?…With Videos

Well dear children, Daddy was lucky and didn’t have to fight in the war, but he still served his country. I was a 303X3, an Automatic Tracking Radar Specialist. I trained military pilots in the arts of electronic warfare and dropping bombs on target. I was in the First Combat Evaluation Group and we had stations all over the world, but I served my enlistment¬† at a place called Detachment 4 in Bann, Germany.

Our radar site was situated on the ridge above the picturesque little town so our radar had “line of site” for at least a hundred miles in every direction. We served the USAF Tactical Fighter Wings¬† stationed at various bases in Germany, England and Italy as well as some of the other NATO Air Forces. Perhaps these videos can explain it better than I;

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Daddy was lucky and missed the war in Viet Nam. But the 303X3’s who did serve in the war had a storied history;

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  1. Pingback: Memorial Day Tribute To Fellow Air Force Vets…Videos | That Mr. G Guy's Blog

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