Our son was a Weapon's Officer. He's the one who directed others where to bomb. When I got out after four years in the US Air Force, I was E4. Our son made Major, but he was in for over 10 years. As an after thought, I've always wondered how my life would be so different if I finished college before I volunteered into the Air Force, but that was never to be. That's because, I majored in Accounting, and I had four job offers before I even graduated. It was a much different time in the late 1960's. College graduates didn't have problems finding jobs like they do now. I went to work for Florsheim Shoe Company as a Field Auditor, and after 3.5 years, was promoted to Audit Manager for the company. Everything worked out very well for me after that. My success is measured by the fact that I was able to travel to 132 countries. Having made friends in so many countries and across the USA, I have no regrets. Met many interesting people, and one couple was Bob and Patty Brodsky. Bob was a rocket scientist; he designed the aerodynamics on the nukes I worked with in the Air Force. I met them on a cruise on the Mexican Riviera, and kept in touch for many years until his passing. He also taught Astronautics at USC and Iowa State University. He's written several books, and I read about three of them. Another was Dan Piel. He was director of an advertising agency in NYC, but was teaching at Cal Poly when I met him. After we both took two trips on an South African safari, he gave me a gift of one of his art works that's hanging in our entrance hallway. One of his artworks is now on display at the Smithsonian in Washington DC. I have friends in Germany, France, England, Cuba, Mexico, Singapore, and Canada.