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I work in the wine and spirits distribution world in a sales management role.  It's not as fun as most people think, but it does have it's perks.  I was able to play Spanish Bay and Pebble on one of my wine suppliers dime.  That was unforgettable.  

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I'm a firefighter with 14 years on.  Additionally, I teach for the fire service, and work on a FEMA search and rescue team.  

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I'm a firefighter with 14 years on.  Additionally, I teach for the fire service, and work on a FEMA search and rescue team.  


Thank you for what you do!


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31 year old in tech sales for a startup. Great job for the addicted golfer as I don't have to work a strict 9-5 and can find some time for practice or nine holes during the week.

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I'm 33 these days and I've been a machinist for Eaton (hydraulics division) for 9 years now.  I've done a little bit of everything, but I started on an old industry titan, a NATCO drill press and eventually moved into CNC machinery 4 years ago, but I did a lot of other things along the way.  I've worked all 3 shifts during that time and I'm currently on 3rd shift (11pm-7:30A.M.).  Currently, I'm just riding the steady ship to see how the 4th quarter plays out with the sale being finalized around that time.

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I work in tech consulting for one of the big 4. I am the only older millennial that I know that has only worked for one company for their whole career.

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I’m 34. Active Duty Coast Guard working as an Aviation Maintenance Technician. 
I have been maintaining the Coast Guards C-130H/J model aircraft for the past 13 years. 1A5005AD-92F3-46C6-8DA2-607A41E5B214.thumb.jpeg.cc47faaea54055fd9e4b3866bf0cc70f.jpegCD075678-40C9-4016-8903-310BB0DACDD1.thumb.jpeg.b8c9b0d8e7296facd33cd3fbf73a1c2f.jpeg13DA1790-B427-45C4-840D-9EE8BE5882D8.jpeg.bda1fa8ba33b0cb24754086eedddf140.jpeg

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19 minutes ago, aggiesam1983 said:

58 yo engineer working jet engines

Nice! What engine if you don’t mind me asking? I work on aircraft engines as well. Not jet engines, but turboprop...

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F100, F117, F119, F135, TF33.  Jet engines are fun and a challenge, they run hot enough to melt them but we do amazing things to keep the metals "cool".

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On 6/24/2019 at 7:11 PM, robertson153 said:

I love the feeling I get when I’m climbing a water tower. It’s like 1/2 scared 1/2 excited. IMG_0476.JPG
There is a “spotter” you can see, to call the corner if something happens I guess 🤷‍♂️


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Nope! I climbed tall towers at the beginning of my career in the Coast Guard and I was terrified every time. Hahaha

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@aggiesam1983 hahaha “cool”...cool as in like 12,000 degrees cool 😆. That’s awesome. I’ve always been fascinated by how jet engines work. That’s cool man

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74 yrs old. Retired Army Aviation Officer, Two tours in Vietnam flying Hueys, Retired from a construction equipment sales career after that.

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1 hour ago, John W Sutch said:

74 yrs old. Retired Army Aviation Officer, Two tours in Vietnam flying Hueys, Retired from a construction equipment sales career after that.

Welcome from a nearly 73 year old.  Thank you for your service.

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I am an assistant nuclear reactor operator for the federal government. I previously served 8 years in the USMC (avionics) and became a journeyman wire-man electrician with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). I followed that up with an undergrad in Org Leadership (U of Indianapolis) and a grad in tech project management (Embry-Riddle). I mention all of this because it used up a lot of valuable time I could have spent playing golf, but the other stuff has admittedly helped with things like food and shelter.

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5 hours ago, KillerGees said:

I am an assistant nuclear reactor operator for the federal government. I previously served 8 years in the USMC (avionics) and became a journeyman wire-man electrician with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). I followed that up with an undergrad in Org Leadership (U of Indianapolis) and a grad in tech project management (Embry-Riddle). I mention all of this because it used up a lot of valuable time I could have spent playing golf, but the other stuff has admittedly helped with things like food and shelter.

Thank you for your service!  I regularly, before COVID-19, play with a 76-year old USMC fighter pilot.  He's about a 6 'cap.

Work for TVA?  Sequoyah?  Never made it down there, but spent a lot of time in Oak Ridge.

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I am a physical therapist. I love it. I get to be on my feet all day, help others, and it ties in my love of sports.

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27 minutes ago, cciciora13 said:

I am a physical therapist. I love it. I get to be on my feet all day, help others, and it ties in my love of sports.

I would be your wet dream...lol.

 

I have two junk shoulders and a back with L2 and 5 compression fracture/s. Other than Bourbon.... can you help?.lol.

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29 minutes ago, cciciora13 said:

I am a physical therapist. I love it. I get to be on my feet all day, help others, and it ties in my love of sports.

I hated my physical therapist when I had my knee replaced.  He made me do things that hurt!!  But in the end it was worth it, because I can play pain-free... in my knee.  The rest of me, not so much!  😆

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