The musings, rants, and dissertations of three retired military guys. Two Air Force, one Navy. The Old AF Sarge, Juvat, and Tuna.
Us old farts are slowly disappearing. R.I.P. Colonel!!
Rest in Peace, Warrior!
His Medal citation showed he had tremendous brass ones under fire. R.I.P., Colonel!http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/2016/02/medal-of-honor_17.html
The men who flew Wild Weasel missions had a pair the size of beach balls. They deserve undying respect. Colonel Thorsness was a warrior.
Thank you for making this fine American known to me. I'm sorry that I was not previously aware of him.Paul L. Quandt
I had the honor of meeting him when he lived in the Renton, WA area and ran for state representative. I supported and worked to elect his opponent. He won. His lead was so big, we knew it was over at 10 pm. He came to our election watch party to personally thank his opponent for a clean, hard fought campaign. Not a phone call, a personal visit. Class act.
Heading West. COL Thorness will be in good company with the other warriors at Fiddler's Green. respectfully, Alemaster
RIP, Col. Thorness needed a wheelbarrow to carry his around, he did..
Just be polite... that's all I ask. (For Buck)