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PostPosted: Tue Aug 17, 2021 4:39 am 
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I am currently in England using my GI Bill to finish my degrees. I received my BA in history last year in Canterbury and I am now finishing up my MA in medieval history in Lincoln. In the Air Force I was a communication/navigation systems maintainer, working on HH-60G rescue helicopters on Kadena AFB on Okinawa, Japan. After that I worked 10 years in sales management for Sprint and T-Mobile, before deciding to blow it all up and finally pursue something that would make me happy.

I have a Civil War shirt company that benefits my education and the American Battlefield Trust, so please do check it out on http://www.civilwartees.com

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I can attest, the shirts are amazing. How often do you come up with new editions?

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Michael When were you station at Kadena. I was there from 1989 thru 1993 assigned to the 400th MMS at that time, I believe it's the 18th MMS now.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2021 11:37 am 
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William Treuting wrote:
I can attest, the shirts are amazing. How often do you come up with new editions?


Thanks for the kind words. To be honest, there's not a set timing about it. It is just myself and my design/art partner. I am not an artist or graphic designer myself, so he is the engine that gets the ideas from my brain onto a shirt. New designs come when we both have the spare energy and time into making them (he's a working father of 4 and this isn't our 'job,' but rather something we enjoy doing). We do have some new designs in the works though over the next couple of weeks and select existing designs are available in the Seminary Ridge Museum in Gettysburg as of this Friday!

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L. Newell wrote:
Michael When were you station at Kadena. I was there from 1989 thru 1993 assigned to the 400th MMS at that time, I believe it's the 18th MMS now.


Hey Lynn! Small world. I was there from 04-06 and attached to the 33rd AMU (with the 33rd Rescue Sq) which is under the 718 AMXS. We were in the old SR-71 hangars on the NW side of the runways.

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.[/quote]Hey Lynn! Small world. I was there from 04-06 and attached to the 33rd AMU (with the 33rd Rescue Sq) which is under the 718 AMXS. We were in the old SR-71 hangars on the NW side of the runways.[/quote]

Michael I'm familiar with that area I there when the last SR-71 left we called that area the SAC side, Guam use to send their B52's there when a Typhoon was going to hit Guam.

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