Profile Updated: November 25, 2015
Residing In: Warner Robins, GA USA
Spouse/Partner: Brenda
Occupation: Sr. Program Architect, AF DCGS/C2ISR (Intel)
Children: Sarah, a Georgia Tech educated biophysical chemist, now Physics/Math teacher, track coach
Dave, More…an USAF Major and Squadron Commander, and AC130 Spectre Gunship war vet, 200 day ground combat tour in Afghanistan, part of 13 Sept 11 battle for US Embassy and Nato compound in Kabul. Led over 100 "red route" missions.
Kate, after a ten year dance career with Royal Winnipeg, Sacramento, and Atlanta Ballet. Now graduating BSN nursing, Pediatric Med ICU Nurse at Emory Children's Hospital in Atlanta... and mother of grandson Freddy (9 months)
Military Service: USAF  
Yes! Attending Reunion

My dad was stationed at Dyess twice. I went to Madison Jr High and Cooper.
I went to University of Missouri, had a 27 year AF career, came back to Dyess 88-91 as a Squadron Commander, now over ten years in industry.
Having put down roots in Georgia, Have run an engineering company, now serving as Sr. Principle Acquisition PM for the $4.9B dollar Saudi F15SA program.... building 70 jets, and supporting them. Good times.
Still working dissertation for Management PhD, had to pause to deal with the passing of our parents... now writing again!
A second generation USAF Air Commando, I'm a combat vet.
Will post my bio shortly.
Cooper High and all of you have been with me the whole way!!

School Story:

Ms Jones for English... Changed my life.
Mr Caffey (sp) in chemistry gifted me science.
Ms Kendrick in French kindly tolerated me...
Terry Hawkins best friend.
Lynn Antilley great buddy
Merry Mize and others... good times and great memories

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Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:15 AM
Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:15 AM
Picture of me (hand up on the side of the aircraft) and flight and ground crew right before 50ft 100knot combat delivery of Iraqi Air Force UH-1H aircraft. My company overhauled, modified, and supports the IqAF fleet. This was in Jan 2005, the day before the first national elections there! Lots of shooting going on! But... we all made it!
Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:15 AM
Been tinkering with this car for 30 years! ha!
Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:15 AM
To celebrate my 60th birthday I participated in the Special Ops Forces Wounded Warrior 5k run. I was the only person to do it in full combat gear. The Commander of Air Force Special Operation Command allowed me the honor of carrying AFSOC KIA list. I did 6 kilometers with 60 pounds of gear in 60 minutes. An honor to represent the Command's killed and wounded. Pretty good for old warrior!