About Introduction from Mark Conley
|May 19th, 2004||#1|
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Introduction from Mark Conley info
I’m Mark Conley. I am one of the newest Milforum moderators (I wanted bombs for my box instead of bullets but conformity rules!) I am a retired USAF Technical Sergeant, E-6, with 20 years of service. I really do live in the state of Oklahoma, in the good ole USA.
I worked for the AF Medical Service as an Industrial Hygiene Technician, (I was called a Bioenvironmental Engineering Technician, with the equivalent civilian blue collar designation of Senior Craftsman in that specialty.) So, in that respect, I had to know about everyone else’s job in the Air Force, in order to identify health hazards, and enforce occupational safety rules.
I also was a Master Training Instructor (Can you say T.I.?) for Health Care Providers (Doctors, Nurses, and such) when I worked for the JMRTC (now the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute or DMRTI) at Ft Sam Houston, Texas. One benefit was learning to counsel, guide, or direct personnel in the study of military science. No, I was never like R. Lee Emery.
I currently hold one B.S. in Land Management (I wanted to be a park ranger when I grew up) and two A.A. Degrees in my AF specialty. I am currently working on my masters in Health Physics (can you say severe Radiation exposure?).
My previous military science experiences in high School are extensive. Air Force, along with Navy, Army, and Marine is spoken here. I had 2 Years AFJROTC, 2 Years NJROTC, and 2 Years College Level Army ROTC.
Feel free to PM about anything.
“If we should have to fight, we should be prepared to do so from the neck up instead of from the neck down.”— General James H. Doolittle, USAAF
|May 19th, 2004||#6|
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Re: Introduction from Mark Conley info
PM me, and I'll see what I can do about it..
(Making a 155 shell for Gunner13 now)