4TH OF JULY CONTEST


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4TH OF JULY FREEDOM CONTEST This man served ten years as a Regular Army Officer, serving in a variety of assignments in CONUS, Korea, and Okinawa. As a young lieutenant, he disarmed a burning nuclear warhead in a major metropolitan area. He also taught on the university level for nine years.

What is a man like this, now over 60, doing today. What would attract him? What kind of work would he being doing? Can you guess his job?  Leave your guess(es) as a comment. The answer, what he does for a living, his name, and the winner(s) will be announced the 4th of July on this site.

NOTE TO THE FEW FOLKS WHO KNOW THIS MAN PERSONALLY:  PLEASE,  NO GUESSES FROM YOU.

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9 Responses to 4TH OF JULY CONTEST

  1. Steve Culbert says:

    Is it Fr. Ernesto Obregon?

  2. Patriot says:

    sounds like maybe still military?

  3. Steve Culbert says:

    I meant is he an Anglican preist now?

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  5. Dona says:

    I don’t know who he is,but I’d bet he’a affiliated with the VA hospital or with the DAV.

  6. Dona says:

    Name unknown but I bet he’s affiliated with the DAV or Veterans Hospital.

  7. Dona says:

    Name unknown but I bet he’s affiliated with the DAV or Veterans Hospital.

  8. mother orthohippo says:

    He would be a great person to be your seatmate on a plane. Just in case.

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