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I was at Sima 87-89 I started in the lagging shop then transferred to the boiler shop. It looks like everyone drove those vans they had me drive them for over 6 months they always put me in the big white van that thing was junk. I worked in the lagging shop hey Brian do you remember the boxing gloves in the lagging shop if I remember right Cox tagged you good. Is this the Stillwell that drove the hog with a bicycle horn on it? I remember the beer truck at the party.
Thanks Jeff....I was there until I got out...and went there straight from A school...don't know now if that was lucky or not...LOL...I would have much rather gone to the fleet and been cruising...but I was a dumb kid and didn't know better...LOL....but I got injured on the Antietam and they booted me...:(...my son is in pensacola for A school right now....I am reliving my experiences through him...lol....Have a great day!!!
Hi Ronald..always good to get another member here..I was long gone from SIMA when you got there..STG doing reserve PMS and then worked in the transportation department..
I was at SIMA LB from 1989 to 1991. Worked in the EM shop and Electric Motor Rewind shop. EM1 Haynes was such a Hoot!! EM1 Edwards from the Outside Electrical Shop was a Great Guy too...Miss those days!!! Still talk to EM3 Smith, EM3 Herbert and EM3 Pelton...
I was at sima from 89-93, worked in 38A outside machine shop.
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