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(135) John Adamo US Army Vietnam Vet
I was setting up for our Whittier Museum Veteran Show Friday 7-18-14 when John walked up and said “Is this where I am supposed to be?”
John is a US Army Vietnam vet. He was wearing a Fort Ord T shirt, (My Dad Served there) so we got to a chatting and I was so interested that I had to stop and pre-record the chat and now I want to share it with all of you
Just two vets sharing a story enjoy
link to Museum vet show
(139) John Adame and Raymond Ramirez US Army Veterans
Today I am back at the Whittier Museum talking to John Adame 9th Infantry and Raymond Ramirez, 173 rd Airborne Brigade to sort of do part of a show we did a couple of weeks ago. Since that show I have doing some research and reading and I just wanted to let both of these Gentleman tell some more of their stories. I also want Mr. Ramirez to share some of his stoires in trying to reach out to fellow veterans. Both Gentlemen are Vietnam Veterans who went on to do other things in their lives.
Should be fun to do some story telling
I would be remiss if i did not say THANK YOU to the Whittier Museum , Whittier museum for letting me use their facillites
Today I am talking with Lt. Colonel Trevor Lomas US Army Reserves, Colonel Lomas was the Former Commanding Officer of the 222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment based at the Gen. George S. Patton Army Reserve Center in Bell, California.
What Caught My eye and the many reasons I wanted to do this interview are (1) Gen. George S. Patton Army Reserve Center [Patton keeps showing up as a theme for many shows (2) US Army Reserves, (3)
222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment, (4) Colonel Lomas also teaches High School social studies , (5) and has a long History working with Boy Scouts of America. Needless to say I saw a lot of Similarities to Yours truly. I first learned of Colonel Lomas through an article in the Local School District Newspaper highlighting his achievements in the US Army to help him with his students. I look forward to hearing the how he does that and what he is doing now in his Army Reserve Post Command tour.
Should be a great show and has always I invite all to join in.
I’m also look forward to asking how he ties all three of these functions together and still maintain his sanity ( I have also been there, done that)
The reins for the 222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment were handed to Cpt. Brian Andries from Lt. Col. Trevor Lomas during a change-of-command ceremony held at the Gen. George S. Patton Army Reserve Center in Bell, California on August, 10, 2014.
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