MY PERSONAL STORY -
JOHN A KUBIK,
I graduated from flight school on 29 August 1967 and was more proud of this accomplishment than receiving my commission as an officer.
While in flight school, those of us who were not married, pretty much were treated as “top gun” kind of guys by the local female population. I suspected that is why the schools were located in rural south Georgia and Alabama farm country so that we young “studs” would have few to choose from. I did manage to date a nice girl while in Georgia but I could not get past her “southern twang” (she was a bright attractive kid but her accent was definitely not for this Yankee Boy).
I did however, meet my first wife while I was in Alabama (she was originally from Oklahoma – much better).
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