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David Bryan

David Bryan

  • Service Branch: United States Airforce
  • Service Dates: 1955–1966
  • Stationed: stationed at
  • Rank: Captain

Received ROTC commission in ASAF from Georgetown University in June, 1955. Started active duty August 28, 1955, at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX.
After a month started navigation school at Ellington AFB, Houston, TX October, 1955. Got wings a year later and went to Harlingen AFB, Harlingen, Texas to teach aerial navigation.
Discharged on February 28, 1958. Started as a 2nd lieutenant and went back to that permanent rank on discharge.

Decided to go to law school and needed a substitute for G.I. bill, so joined a reserve unit at Andrews AFB and flew once a month until starting active practice law in summer of 1963. In the reserves active duty assignment was MATS. Annual 2 week active duty tours over the years took me to Libya, Goose Bay Labrador, Italy, Thule Greenland, Panama, Cuba, Morocco, Bermuda, Azores, and Puerto Rico.

Flew In T-29, C-47, C-119 and other piston driven transport planes, no jets. Only excitement outside an engine fire in a T-29 starboard engine was on a flight from Libya to Morocco the
route went across Algeria which was then in revolt against France. We were instructed not to violate the Algerian air identification zone. French jets were instructed to open fire immediately aiming for the engines if possible. The next week the French fired on a plane carrying the president of Russia.

Last unit was in early 1966 in the 756th Airlift Squadron at Andrews A.F.B flying C-124s. Last permanent rank in reserves- Captain.

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