Saturday, March 28, 2009

Air Force Combat Vet Viettnam Era Keeps his Oath

I took the oath on March 22nd 1964 In Detroit Michigan and never imagined seeing the day when the Constitution of the United States of America would need to be defended from attack by the United States government.

As a member of the U.S.A.F. Security Police combat defense force I spent a tour at DaNang Vietnam, from Oct. 1965 to Oct 1966.

I have a brother who is retired Navy, 2 sons who went Navy and served in Desert shield and storm. Another son remains U.S.A.F. and has been in the Iraqi theater 4 times.

As a veteran, I swear to KEEP THE OATH and stand with any and all who feel the same.

Thank you for creating a place where Patriots can come together and find like minds.

To those who are still in service, Thank you for your support.

1 comment:

CaptGooch said...

Welcome to you Sir,

I am the eldest son of a career USAF Officer.
He served in the CBI theater and received 23 decorations.
My brother chose to serve in the USAF and being the black sheep I chose the Navy.
"At least they feed good" was my fathers response when I told him.

Like you I never envisioned having to stand tall against our own elected officials but sadly our Oath Requires it of us.

Welcome to Oath Keepers and Please help us spread the word.

"Not On Our Watch"