Who here was a "JUVAT"

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Purplehaze

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Unread post16 Apr 2005, 03:18

With the USAF downsizing everyone gets to go to Kunsan now. I was just wondering who's a "JUVAT"? I was from 95-96. Who else?


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Unread post16 Apr 2005, 09:15

JUVAT from Jun 92 - Jun 93.
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Unread post16 Apr 2005, 11:10

Juvat from Oct 2000-Oct 2001, Now im on my second tour but this time im a Panton.

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Unread post16 Apr 2005, 13:10

Juvat 90-91, moved from the old metal shed to the new maint blockhouse that year.
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Unread post17 Apr 2005, 17:04

JUVAT from 94 to 95
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Unread post17 Apr 2005, 19:16

I'm here and the Kun now as a JUVAT....WHO DAT "JUVAT"
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Unread post17 Apr 2005, 22:45

Purple,

You know Pantons rule, Juvats drool!

Panton 97-98
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Unread post18 Apr 2005, 16:58

Not a JUVAT but did play one on TV. While I was at the Kun I worked Load Barn. I spent a lot of time in the Juvats and do know the two fisted salute. 2000-2001
F16 462 AD USAF. Crew dog for 3 and Even a pointy head for a few months.
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Unread post18 Apr 2005, 19:50

Fiends Baby........HARRUMPH!!!

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Unread post20 Apr 2005, 08:20

Back in the days of iron men and non carbon-composite aircraft.
F-4's in 1975.
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Unread post03 May 2005, 21:27

panton 91-92, pukin' pup 93-94
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Unread post03 May 2005, 22:02

K+9 were you stationed at Spangdahlem?
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Unread post03 May 2005, 23:37

Hey Purple
I was there from 95-96 used to crew triple cripple 333 for a while then went down to phase to run swing shift phase for the 80th.
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Unread post06 May 2005, 03:40

PointyHead wrote:Purple,

You know Pantons rule, Juvats drool!

Panton 97-98


Roger that, Panton 94-95.

Mike V
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Unread post06 May 2005, 03:42

aggressor267 wrote:Fiends Baby........HARRUMPH!!!

O.T.


Did the "Fiend" thing in 02. I liked the Juicy change in the bars, from the last time I was in the ROK, 94. Felt like I was back in the PI, just 10 times the price.

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