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Wed, 26 Jun 1991 09:06:00 EDT
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Date: Wed, 26 Jun 1991 09:01 EDT
From: "SETTUMMANQUE\" or \"BLACKEAGLE\"..take your pick!!\""
Subject: Change of address and ng FORWARD
X-VMS-To: IN%"SCOUTSUVM1" "Scouts-L"
Well the time has come that I move on from this location. Where to??
Only the Army knows.
If you have been following the nightly news lately (or in the past three months)
you have seen that the Reserve Component structure we mobilized for warfare
in the Gulf War are coming back home, mplete with a massive set of parades
in Washington and New York .....
Unfortunately, the exciting times were a little premature. There are still
(at our unofficial counts)7,00ve Component (National Guard, Army
Res) members still in the Gulf area. Some of them are doing border guard
duties, some are perfoming
duties, some are performing humanitian missions and some are providing
miand base support.
The President stated in his dress to Congress and later to the American
peoplthat he would have all of the home b4th of July. The of July.
Secretary of Defense echoed that statement and set the wheels in motion to do
As a result, a message has been sent to the field instructing ALL commands to
release all but essential Reserve Component memebrs by the 4th (7th) of July.
At the same time, when the Central Command personnel rotated back stateside,
there was a 15,000 person hole created which impared missions in Kuwait ans
Iraq. As a result of this and the rotation of ALL active duty units (excpet
for a small handfull of military police and signal elements), Reserve units and
individuals are being asked to once again go back (or in many cases to go) to
that area of the world.
I am one of those personnel identified to go back to that area. The problem
is one of funding. The services are matching up skills with people and SO FAR
they have not found a "slot" for me yet...but I have been assured that they will
do so. Because Desert Storm monies are winding down...I cannot be sent there
in a "holding" pattern until they find a home for me (that was one of the
reasons why I came on active duty..to "fix" this problem of "holding" personnel
that we had no accountability over), I will go abck to Kentuckly
yep to Kentucky...and probably live out at a scout camp until ater on in the
In the meantime, my access to a computer will be severly limited between the
3rd of July (when I turn in my keysand card and depart here) and the 10th of
July (by which time I should either be in Saudi or at home in Richmond
*crossed fingers*) and backn to read your mail and to assist where I can.
I have appreciated all of your efforts to keep me informed during my tour.
I have also appreciated the fact that EKU allowed me access to my accouint
while away from the school. I have assured the systems administrator that I
am continuing my work while here and also doing some good will for the
school (does anyone need an experienced Resident Hall Director with lots of
I will continue to be of service to my fellow Scouters and friends whereever
I may be at or whatever the circumstances. I hope you do the same.
Mike Walton (settummanque, the blackeagle)
Faculty Advisor, Bluegrass Scouting Alliance Club/EKU
(P.S.>I will be ding the materials that others have requested from me on
Friday afternoon...and ask that you please not respond to my s-mail until
after the 12th of July, at which time I should have a good mailing adddress
to send s-mail to. OF COURSE, I will have my account here until 2 JULY 92!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City