Jerry Kibby.

1965 – 1966 at Lackland AFB, TX., for OTS.

1966 – 1967 at Webb AFB, TX., for Undergraduate Pilot Training.

1967 – 1969 at Travis AFB, CA. with the 44th Military Airlift Squadron, C-141 Pilot.

1969 at Sheppard AFB, TX. for USAF Helicopter Conversion Pilot Training.

1969 – 1970 at NKP, RTAFB, Thailand with the 21st SOS, CH-3E Pilot.

1970 – 1972 at Travis AFB, CA. with the 86th Military Airlift Squadron, C-141 Pilot.

1972 – 1974 at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. Military Airlift Command Post Duty Officer, C-131 pilot.

1974 at Tyndall AFB, FL. with the Radar Weapons Controller School.

1974 – 1977 at MacDill AFB, FL. with the 729th Tactical Air Control Squadron. Radar Weapons Controller, Air Surveillance Officer, Senior Director, T-33 pilot.

1977 – 1979 at McGuire AFB, NJ., with the 18th Military Airlift Squadron, C-141 pilot,    Assistant-Chief Squadron Pilot, Wing Plans Officer, Wing Crisis Action Team trainer.

1979– 1980 at Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, AL.

1980 – 1983 at Scott AFB – Military Airlift Command Headquarters.  Command Post Exercise Director.

1983 – 1984, Military Airlift Command “World Wide Military Command and Control System (WWMCS) Intercomputer Network (WIN) Site Coordinator’ (WSC).

1984 – 1988 at MacDill AFB, Joint Deployment Agency/U.S. Transportation Command.  Chief, Requirements and Database Management Division.

1988 – 2006: Business Architect/Data Modeler/Business Analyst for Department of Defense contractors, Telecommunications Companies, an Executive Staffing Company, and Nielsen Media Research.

2006 – Softball player, bicyclist, canoeist, grandfather, etc.

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