Captain Ronald C. Miller
F4 - Phantoms and F3H - Demons
The photo right was taken as he introduced speakers
and associated workers at the
85th Celebration of the
FIRST FLIGHT AROUND THE WORLD
which was held at Sand Point NAS, WA.
Ron was Commander of
SAND POINT NAVAL AIR STATION
June 1978 through August 1980
Ron has a million stories to tell. It can be seen why be became a captain in the Navy. Right from his boy-hood days, living along the Columbia river in the state of Washington, his observation of life has served him well.
Ron's major in collage was agriculture; we really enjoy his gorgeous apples.
Ron's 2001 pages of the HOOK: REAL PUKIN DOGS
REGRETS FOR WHAT I DIDN'T DO FOR MYSELF
I didn't learn to play golf, to play poker, to play bridge, etc, or to dance. Therefore, I took myself out of a number of social situations that would have been very good in which to take part. It really wasn't my fault, having been raised on a small farm that was well outside a small town. But, once I found myself in the Navy, I should have jumped in and caught up. I had this illusion that honesty, hard work, good technical skill, etc. were all that was required. I was wrong!..
Ron Loves this video: The Romance Of Naval Aviation
More to come
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