Posted on Sep 29, 2015
LTC Stephen F.
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When the USA was attacked on 9-11-2001 I discussed going back to active duty with my wife. Then I notified US Army Human Resources Command that I was willing to be mobilized. I was mobilized in November 2001 to support Operation Noble Eagle and served until being demobilized in May 2004.
How many other people have been mobilized to support Operation Noble Eagle in the global war against terrorism
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LTC Stephen F.
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When the USA was attacked on 9-11-2001 I discussed going back to active duty with my wife. Then I notified US Army Human Resources Command that I was willing to be mobilized. I was placed on voluntary TTAD orders which were sufficient to bring me back to active duty. I was mobilized to my active duty billet in the Pentagon area o November 2001 and served until May 2004. The organization I was mobilized to had been largely evacuated from the Pentagon because of the damage to their area. In January 2002 we moved back to the Pentagon.
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SSG PATRIOT Fire Control Enhanced Operator/Maintainer
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After reading many articles, ONE was international, President Bush issued a proclamation declaring “a national emergency exists by reason of the terrorist attacks on the Word Trade Center, New York, New York, and the Pentagon, and the continuing and immediate threat of future attacks on the United States.” and 35,000 reservists for what was designated Operation Noble Eagle, homeland defense and civil support operations. I call in for a mobilization and had to leave my state, family and law enforcement job for duty. We were told it was war. As a result on this, I cannot get promoted because I lack a SSI.
If fact, I was denied an overseas tour because my unit said I had completed a tour with ONE and could not be deployed. The rest received a SSI while I had to be assigned with AF SF.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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I was IRR the year before 9/11, wife said with my feet I wasn't going back in.
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Maj Bill Smith, Ph.D.
Maj Bill Smith, Ph.D.
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I was retired from active duty and had no reserve commitment.
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LTC Stephen F.
LTC Stephen F.
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Thank you my friend Maj Bill Smith, Ph.D. for responding
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Since 9-11 I have been mobilized 5 times in support of Operation Noble Eagle (ONE). I am currently mobilized in support of ONE.
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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks for letting us know that you are currently mobilized in support of Operation Noble Eagle (ONE) 1SG(P) (Join to see).
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Secured the chemical weapon stockpiles at the Pine Bluff Arsenal in AR from May 2003 to April 2004.
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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks for letting me know SSG Steven E.. It is always interesting when I see a response to a question or response I posted long ago [not really long but I didn't join until March 2015].
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