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Old 01-05-2009   #1
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Yes this is my old gear, Let me know which one you like and don't thanks. C&C is always welcome

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I like the feeling of the 3rd with the shadows and more depth. As a former member of the AF...I understand the importance of the citations and medals....feel they are also displayed best in the 3rd one as well.
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I like the feeling of the 3rd with the shadows and more depth. As a former member of the AF...I understand the importance of the citations and medals....feel they are also displayed best in the 3rd one as well.
Thanks, I was feeling that way too, that was the first shot I edited, but I wasn't sure if it was over cluttered, or too busy, anyway thanks.

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Did my tour in the 70's as an SP...Kept the interior secure for those jet jockies.
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Did my tour in the 70's as an SP...Kept the interior secure for those jet jockies.
Well mine was 93-04 Started off mobile early warning radar, we use to hook up with those patriot missile batteries, control air to air & air to ground missions. in 97 I went to Air Traffic Control radar.
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