I found this record showing my entry back the USA after my family spent two years in Europe.
My father was in the Air Force and had to do a tour overseas so he took his family with him. I have a letter he wrote to my grandfather shortly after I was born saying he was being pressured to go overseas again.
He had been in the armed forces for parts of three decades by then and most of that time had been overseas, including the Pacific during WWII. He had been able to avoid going after he got married and had four kids.
We were in France for those years where he helped setup the Strategic Air Command bases that were part of NATO for many years.
When we came back we spent two year in Kansas, before he retired.
Ancestry.com just put these records online and it was surprising to see my name. Since today is Armed Forces Day, I though it was a good time to share this.
I apologize that I haven't been posting to this blog in a while, but that's not because I don't have stories to share. There have been a lot of other things taking priority recently so I've been putting them in the cue and hope to be able to have time to write them out here soon.