Friday, September 01, 2006
  Korea - 1995
When I was stationed in Korea in 1995 I spent a lot of time at the Osan Hospitality House. It was a place where Christians could get together for fellowship. One of the best things (besides the meals and cribbage games) was that there were nearly as many Koreans as Americans.

I am to the left of center in the blue, black & white shirt and just to my right is one of my best friends, Mike.

This is George and Lillian Davis, who ran the House and took care of all of us.

Another dear friend, Rick Maxwell, big-hearted biker.

When leaving Korea it was tradition to have your picture taken "riding the Mustang" (Osan's mascot) on the back of an A-10 fighter.
Great pictures, James, stop by again.
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