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Crow, Paul (1972-1976)

7/1/2010 2:32:05 PM

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Hometown: O'fallon Mo

Unit at Loring:  42nd FMS

First day at Loring:   Learned the real meaning of "Boonies"  We joked about trying to give it back to Canada

but they didn't want it either.

Most memorable experience:  The chewing myself and a couple chums got over the "Red Snow"

Worked in the hydraulic shop ,3rd shift, and thought it might be funny to toss a couple cans of 5606
into a snow bank ahead of a snow blower. As you can imagine the driver of the blower wasn't amused.
Poor guy almost had a heart attack thinking he had hit somebody.


Last Day at Loring:  Mixed emotions there. Learned alot and had many good times.


What did you do after Loring:  After my hitch I returned to Missouri for awhile. In August 1978 returned to Loring as a contractor

with Northrop. Was with a small group in the east end of the DC Hangar providing maint and ground
support on T-37 Acft for the A.C.E. program. Left Loring for the last time in Feb. of 1984
Stayed in aviation and am currently managing a small fbo in southern ill.


If you agree, people can contact you at (email):pgcrow@avmats.com