Click, klick, I never saw it in writing. Kentucky windage sounds vaguely familiar, it was a long time ago. I knew several army dogs who were 11 bravo, several got wounded in Nam and sent home, including a brother and a brother in law.<quoted text>
SO you were in the artillery, but a "CLICK" as you call it is generally spelled "KLICK" hambone. I SERVED A BRIEF SPELL WITH A 105 UNIT. Are you familiar with Kentucky windage? My MOS was 11-B Went to OCS school at Fort Benning. Tell me more about your experiences in the military. So you were a Jarhead, that's ok I was a GRUNT, we all have names.
Knew 2 who were sent home in boxes. Made it a point to find their names on the wall in DC, took a picture for their mothers.
My over seas duty consisted of slogging my way thru the numerous cat houses of Okinawa.