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Not in a few years.

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You find fault with a reprint of the history of a USAF fighter squadron? I'm beginning to wonder if you were in service and if, how much smoke you inhaled. You e never answered the questions you've been asked. You don't comprehend what you read and then you accuse others of lying because of that lack of comprehension. I doubt if your considered a rational person by your neighbours.
Don't reckon I have any "neighbours", I do have a couple of neighbors.

In January 1959, the 525th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Bitburg received the first Convair F-102 "Delta Dagger", designed to upgrade the air defence capabilities of Western Europe. As part of this upgrade, the 32d was redesignated as the 32d Fighter Interceptor Squadron,[3] and also received F-102s[3] and acquired a 24-hour alert commitment flying alert interceptor mission from Soesterberg supporting NATO’s Second Allied Tactical Air Force (2d ATAF).

The 32 FIS was assigned to the USAFE 86th Air Division (Defense) at Ramstein Air Base West Germany on 1 July 1960. This transfer was made in order that all USAF fighter assets in Europe could be concentrated in one command.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soesterberg_Roya...

What do you not understand about this paragraph, they moved the squadron, that means planes as well, the (the 102's) to Germany on 1 July 1960 you said you were there in 1965.

The planes you said was there was moved 5 years prior.

Now STFU fake vet.

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I guess Barney, I'm going to have to stop working from memory and do what you do, Google. I figure the reason you can't answer any of my questions is they are not on Google. If you always tell the truth, you don't get confused, you don't need google
Actually I prefer Bing over Google, I don't believe you will retrieve much data off a search engine, however they are quite good at locating the web sites that do contain information.

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You were in the military, do you remember anybody with intelligence being assigned to the mess hall or fire house?
Yo have to realize that the air force is where Barney got his career training to become a full time fry cook.
He how he received his dishonorable discharge is unknown.
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Don't reckon I have any "neighbours", I do have a couple of neighbors.
In January 1959, the 525th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Bitburg received the first Convair F-102 "Delta Dagger", designed to upgrade the air defence capabilities of Western Europe. As part of this upgrade, the 32d was redesignated as the 32d Fighter Interceptor Squadron,[3] and also received F-102s[3] and acquired a 24-hour alert commitment flying alert interceptor mission from Soesterberg supporting NATO’s Second Allied Tactical Air Force (2d ATAF).
The 32 FIS was assigned to the USAFE 86th Air Division (Defense) at Ramstein Air Base West Germany on 1 July 1960. This transfer was made in order that all USAF fighter assets in Europe could be concentrated in one command.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soesterberg_Roya...
What do you not understand about this paragraph, they moved the squadron, that means planes as well, the (the 102's) to Germany on 1 July 1960 you said you were there in 1965.
The planes you said was there was moved 5 years prior.
Now STFU fake vet.
F-102 Delta Dagger at Soesterberg Air Base.
In 1958, the first F-102 Delta Dagger arrived at Soesterberg AB, to replace the F-100c Super Sabre’s.
The F-102 Delta Dagger remained in service with the 32nd Wolfhounds, until 1968 when it was replaced for the F-4 Phantom.
In 1968, the first F-4 Phantom II arrived at Soesterberg AB, to replace the F-102 Delta Dagger.
The F-4 Phatom remained in service with the 32nd Wolfhounds until it was replaced for the F-15 Eagle in 1978
So by your account the US Government, there was a Democrat in office at the time, let that base sit there for nine years without a mission.
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Just keep it going fellas
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Actually I prefer Bing over Google, I don't believe you will retrieve much data off a search engine, however they are quite good at locating the web sites that do contain information.
If he had studied half as hard as he tries to prove people wrong, he would have scored high enough to be in the mess hall or the motor pool
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Please stop
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<quoted text> Yo have to realize that the air force is where Barney got his career training to become a full time fry cook.
He how he received his dishonorable discharge is unknown.
What Barney doesn't understand is that you can be in one location and under the command of someone somewhere else. CNA had their own base commander, even had their own planes, Barney can't understand how that could have happened. He just can't comprehend how NATO forces worked. We were the only squadron that I'm aware of to display the symbol of another government. The Dutch monarchy is known as the House of Orange so the planes almost always had either the wolfhound with the queen's symbols in the background or an orange stripe on the tail. It's a shame they closed the base.

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What Barney doesn't understand is that you can be in one location and under the command of someone somewhere else. CNA had their own base commander, even had their own planes, Barney can't understand how that could have happened. He just can't comprehend how NATO forces worked. We were the only squadron that I'm aware of to display the symbol of another government. The Dutch monarchy is known as the House of Orange so the planes almost always had either the wolfhound with the queen's symbols in the background or an orange stripe on the tail. It's a shame they closed the base.
LMFAO- Every base I have been on had its own base commander.

Every damn Airman that ever graduated basic training knows the chain of command, from base commander to the commander in Chief'

My last base was a SAC base, the Wing HQ for that base was Offutt AFB NB. I can assure you the base I was at, was hundreds of miles away from NB.

Fake vet I am very familiar with the USAF chain of command.

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LMFAO- Every base I have been on had its own base commander.
Every damn Airman that ever graduated basic training knows the chain of command, from base commander to the commander in Chief'
My last base was a SAC base, the Wing HQ for that base was Offutt AFB NB. I can assure you the base I was at, was hundreds of miles away from NB.
Fake vet I am very familiar with the USAF chain of command.
I bet you are since you probably faced at least one court marshal/

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<quoted text> I bet you are since you probably faced at least one court marshal/
That big mouth sure holds a lot of sour grapes!
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LMFAO- Every base I have been on had its own base commander.
Every damn Airman that ever graduated basic training knows the chain of command, from base commander to the commander in Chief'
My last base was a SAC base, the Wing HQ for that base was Offutt AFB NB. I can assure you the base I was at, was hundreds of miles away from NB.
Fake vet I am very familiar with the USAF chain of command.
Then why do you have such a hard time realising that they moved the command to Ramstein not the 102's.

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Then why do you have such a hard time realising that they moved the command to Ramstein not the 102's.

I know your a fake now, they moved the Squadron , not the wing H.Q's.

big difference.

Do you know the difference between the letter Z and the letter S?
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I know your a fake now, they moved the Squadron , not the wing H.Q's.
big difference.
Do you know the difference between the letter Z and the letter S?
Let's get back to the 102's that you say we're not there in the 60's but the Air Force says that they were. The squadron stayed in Soesterberg don't remember saying anything about a wing moving, if I did I erred.
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The squadron didn't move until the base closed in the 90's. That is on the same page that you've miscomprehended also. All of this because you thought Nostradamus was Greek.
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I was saying that you shouldn't be able to see what you're saying unless you have really bad breath or it's really cold outside , Better to watch what you are saying ,
Unless of course it's Isaiah's time ,

Isaiah 33:
10 ¶ Now will I rise, saith the LORD; now will I be exalted; now will I lift up myself.
11 Ye shall conceive chaff, ye shall bring forth stubble: your breath, as fire, shall devour you.
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There is always Redwing,

St James Hotel Redwing Minnesota
7, 58 highways 3rd & 4th sts zipcode 55066. 58 outside of 711 in gps coordinates
Redwing corner angle shaped.

Dylan's "Blind Willie McTell"

Well, God is in His heaven
And we all want what’s His
But power and greed and corruptible seed
Seem to be all that there is
I’m gazing out the window
Of the St. James Hotel
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Red Wing is a city in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States, on theMississippi River. The population was 16,459 at the 2010 census.It is thecounty seat of Goodhue County.
Red Wing is home of Red Wing Shoes, Riedell Ice and Roller Skates and Red Wing Stoneware. The Cannon Valley Trail has its eastern terminus in Red Wing. Treasure Island Resort & Casino is on the nearby Prairie Island Indian Reservation. The National Trust for Historic Preservation placed Red Wing on its 2008 distinctive destinations list, which adds twelve communities annually nationwide. Red Wing was added for its "impressive architecture and enviable natural environment."Red Wing is connected to Wisconsin by Red Wing Bridge (officially named the Eisenhower Bridge); it carries U.S. Route 63 over the Mississippi River and its backwaters.
This city was named after the Sioux chief, Red Wing.He was one of a succession of Mdewakanton Dakota chiefs whose name "Red Wing" came from their use of a dyed swan's wing as their symbol of rank. His Sioux name was Hupahuduta ("Wing of the Wild Swan Dyed Red"). He was an ally of British soldiers during the War of 1812,

but after a vision where he saw the Americans driving out the British, he took a stance of neutrality.

He later was known as L'Aile Rouge, by the French Canadians, and later still took the name Shakea, or "The Man Who Paints Himself Red" after passing the name Red Wing on to a successor. During his lifetime, there were few pioneers, and Red Wing was known as a firm friend of the United States, keeping peace with the settlers and trading for goods that were valued by his tribe.
The city and the Chief may have been an influence on the name of the Red Wing (song)
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There is always Redwing,
St James Hotel Redwing Minnesota
7, 58 highways 3rd & 4th sts zipcode 55066. 58 outside of 711 in gps coordinates
Redwing corner angle shaped.
Dylan's "Blind Willie McTell"
Well, God is in His heaven
And we all want what’s His
But power and greed and corruptible seed
Seem to be all that there is
I’m gazing out the window
Of the St. James Hotel
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell
Red Wing is a city in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States, on theMississippi River. The population was 16,459 at the 2010 census.It is thecounty seat of Goodhue County.
Red Wing is home of Red Wing Shoes, Riedell Ice and Roller Skates and Red Wing Stoneware. The Cannon Valley Trail has its eastern terminus in Red Wing. Treasure Island Resort & Casino is on the nearby Prairie Island Indian Reservation. The National Trust for Historic Preservation placed Red Wing on its 2008 distinctive destinations list, which adds twelve communities annually nationwide. Red Wing was added for its "impressive architecture and enviable natural environment."Red Wing is connected to Wisconsin by Red Wing Bridge (officially named the Eisenhower Bridge); it carries U.S. Route 63 over the Mississippi River and its backwaters.
This city was named after the Sioux chief, Red Wing.He was one of a succession of Mdewakanton Dakota chiefs whose name "Red Wing" came from their use of a dyed swan's wing as their symbol of rank. His Sioux name was Hupahuduta ("Wing of the Wild Swan Dyed Red"). He was an ally of British soldiers during the War of 1812,
but after a vision where he saw the Americans driving out the British, he took a stance of neutrality.
He later was known as L'Aile Rouge, by the French Canadians, and later still took the name Shakea, or "The Man Who Paints Himself Red" after passing the name Red Wing on to a successor. During his lifetime, there were few pioneers, and Red Wing was known as a firm friend of the United States, keeping peace with the settlers and trading for goods that were valued by his tribe.
The city and the Chief may have been an influence on the name of the Red Wing (song)
Do they have a tourist bureau?
Fitting News To Print

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WASHINGTON—Explaining that he failed to hit his national growth goals for the April-June period, the White House’s Office of Personnel Management confirmed Tuesday that President Barack Obama fell just short of earning a quarterly performance bonus. “We lay out our expectations very clearly in a meeting with the president at the beginning of every fiscal quarter, and unfortunately he came up a bit shy of meeting the targets we set for him,” said White House administrator Sarah Hammond, citing a number of factors that reflected negatively on Obama’s performance evaluation, including his inability to raise GDP by the stipulated 2.75 percent or create 750,000 new jobs, benchmarks that Hammond said were “ambitious, but achievable.” “The president knew what his Q2 goals for health care sign-ups were, but he was unable to deliver the numbers we were looking for. He certainly didn’t knock it out of the park like [Secretary of Transportation] Anthony Foxx, who easily exceeded his target of 20 new highway interchanges over the same period. Now, if President Obama could achieve anything close to that next quarter, it would go a long way toward securing that $1,500 bonus.” At press time, sources confirmed that the president was somberly explaining to his wife and children that their trip to California would have to wait until next year.

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