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I' m a heavy equipment operator. Excavated some of the tees and greens on Lederach golf club... Wish I did more of that kind of work. Sure beats grading roads and house pads.... :)
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I'm a technical manager for a chemical company.  Trained as a scientist.  Still "do" science on the job, but really manage the engineering team for a $300 million dollar plant.  Not an engineer though.  Trained more in theory and less in the practical.  I just know the practical now because i've been around forever.

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I own a small excavating business. Owner / operator , have a couple part time helpers. Hoping the economy picks up some.

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Naval Aviator.  Started out a long time ago as a helicopter aircrewman, then figured out the pay chart and went to flight school to become a pilot.  

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Drinking Water plant manager.

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Owner/operator Skid Steer Operations Company. Pile Drivin'!

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Undergrad working on a Political Science degree with a Business Administration minor.

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I'm a cardiac physiologist, and am terrible at golf. Pure beginner.
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Play rugby league for manly sea eagles in Sydney.
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I'm a Personal Long Haul Luxury Travel Specialist specializing in the Indian Ocean, a very grand title for what is essentially a travel agent for people with too much money a3_biggrin.gif

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getting my masters at Tulane
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RN with the VA, proudly serving our nation's veterans

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Freelance software specialist in SAP. Means I can wear the same cap as Ernie Els. Pity I can't swing like him.

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I am a plastic injection molding supervisor.  I currently serve as the first shift supervisor as well as the supervisor for the entire molding department.  My company produces toys.

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Mechanical Engineer in an Aluminum Plant. We make the aluminum sheet that's used to make beverage cans. 

 

Business is good. Keep up the good work!

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Project Surveyor at an iron ore mine development in Western Australia, which unfortunately means spending two out of three weeks away from home in the middle of nowhere and no golf, but thems the breaks!

 

Hadn't played golf since I was about 14-15 years old until a few weeks ago, then one round in and I was hooked again (no pun intended?) then found this forum and the absolute wealth of knowledge on it and can't wait to get back into this game again!

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I am a Fire Direction Center Chief in the US Army. Deployed in Afghanistan.

 

By the end of August I will be back in College at the University of Buffalo.

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I am a Fire Direction Center Chief in the US Army. Deployed in Afghanistan.

 

By the end of August I will be back in College at the University of Buffalo.


I'm a retired 13P/13D who now teaches AFATDS/EMT/JADOCs/CPoF myself.  Working for XVIII ABN Corps for the past 4 years.  Welcome to the forums fellow Artilleryman..

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