DavisR Bio
Air Force OCS Class 61-C

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Robert (Bob) E. Davis

OCLt Robert E. Davis
Sally & Bob at 2003 reunion
Sally & Bob at 2009 reunion
A/1C Bob Davis (a personnel guy, too), his career began in 1955, "Shortly after finishing HS in Mineral, VA.". He got out in 1959 but missed a certain two-stripper at Waco. He re-upped for her (Sally) and a promise of OCS. Sally & Bob married in 1960 and headed for Lackland. In April, 1961, Lt. Davis moved to Harlingen for navigator training, followed by school at Mather AFB, CA for EWO training. Then it was B-52 training at Castle and on the Seymour Johnson AFB, NC as an Electronic Warfare Officer on "Buffs." He PCS'ed to Westover in 1967 and flew lots of missions in SEA. "...about 140 missions out of Andersen, Kadena and Utapao. Bob went to Eielson AFB, AK in 1969 in RC-135S "Cobra Ball." Maj Davis was selected for ACSC in 1972. Career broadening meant personnel school and assignment to Sheppard -- and a tour as Club Officer! Bob was more than glad to return to the cockpit 2 years later. There was a year in Korea in F-4's, then Bob selected Eglin's Tac Air Warfare Center, "doing all kinds of unmanned systems things," Retired Dec 31, 1981, Lt Col w/DFC, 12 AM, MSM, Airman's Medal, plus . . . After retirement, Bob earned his MBA and ended up close to the defense industry until re-retiring in 1999. After re-retirement Bob worked for three years as a consultant. He and Sally play golf a couple times a week and are active in civic and church work. He also is currently working as a volunteer with with the Wheels On Meals program and at the Elder Services Center locally -- and something about being a "noles" fan? And, oh yes, two children and 9 grandchildren.

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