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February 27, 2015

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January 19, 2015
While attempting to recover a command vehicle from atop a concrete culvert we had heavy traffic hampering our efforts. someone came from behind me put his hand on my shoulder and said "how can I help Sgt? Without looking up from what I was doing I shouted above the noise: "direct that traffic out of our way" later one of my team points to a silhouetted figure expertly moving traffic along but out of our way. I immediately recognized the figure enthusiasticly providing our traffic control as J. R. Spaulding, our wing and base commander. When things calmed down, again from behind, with a hand on my shoulder, I hear: "good job Sgt. As I turned to thank this impressive leader, all I see is his back as he was leaving, not waiting for a thank-you or any recognition for his help, his humility way bigger than his ego. Farewell, General, thank you for serving those who served under you. God bless you, Always!
August 8, 2014
I miss my conversations with him on the phone. I was in the Army during one of my tours in Da Nang, Vietnam. John sent me one of his Gunfighter 366th TFW patches which I have it my trophy case.
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