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Creating a private club atmosphere while recognizing our clients are also our product - we reward lovely daters with discounts and complimentary events and refuse service to anyone we don't think you'll fancy meeting. It was many years ago, but I can still clearly remember pulling into the main gate at Fort Wolters, Texas, in late January 1968.During Flight School half of the day was spent flying and the other half at academics.The schedule alternated so that if you were flying mornings one week the next week you flew afternoons.The Infantry types certainly didn't look very bright, and honestly, the Armor boys looked somewhat scruffy compared to those fortunate enough to belong to the Artillery Branch (you know, Napoleon, President Truman, General Westmoreland, etc,).Those who were in the “non-combat” arms were quickly dismissed as either Truck Drivers (Transportation) or Latrine Diggers (Engineers).Gone are the name-tags, shouting and over-the-top party trimmings.



After signing-in and noting the time of the first scheduled formation we were released.This of course was tempered by the fact that our evenings were our own and we cruised around, chased the local women, and generally had to contend with a series of distractions that usually kept us from seriously hitting the books.We were however, almost always prepared for class and the Flight Line.My trailer mate was assigned to fly the smaller Hughes TH-55’s and I was to warn him many times that if he was to let one “rip” in flight, the tiny “Mattel Messerschmitt” would almost certainly turn inverted. Most everyone in our class who wasn’t a Lieutenant had already served a tour in Vietnam.