Looking back, our two tours to the Republic of Korea were the most memorable. The first, when Tony was flying with the Assam Dragons and we lived on Osan Air Base, was our first experience living in a foreign country, and it was a very positive one. The second, when I had a two-bedroom house in Yongsan Army Garrison in Seoul and Tony had a “hooch” at Camp Red Cloud in Ouijongbu, was the most rewarding.
One December we put together one of those slow-cooking dinners and left for a while to do some errands. While we were gone, our quarters on base were ...
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