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George Carlin’s Discharge from the Air Force

George Carlin’s Discharge from the Air Force

George Carlin was trained in aviation electronics and was stationed in Barksdale, Lousiana. Like many other greats, he had a very disrespectful attitude to his superiors. He was discharged after three years for poor conduct. His discharge propelled him to become a comedic gift to many people all over the world. Regardless of the discharge, George Carlin was proud of his service and is a Soldier for the Cause.

We remember you George.

Russ Mahera, writer for OpenSalon and Air Force veteran, found Carlin’s yearbook picture during his time in Louisiana:

http://open.salon.com/blog/r_maheras/2009/08/05/george_carlins_us_air_force_years

Carlin’s Discharge Papers:
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.georgecarlin.com/update_10-29-08/documents/airforce.html

About karololesiak

Karol Olesiak served on the USS Ronald Reagan CVN 76 from 2002-2006. He is a plankowner and a graduate of The New School in New York. In 1986 his family escaped Polish Communism by way of Greece due to Polish Martial Law. Karol and his family have been covered by the Christian Science Monitor and appeared on Good Morning America twice. Karol's book, co-written by his brother, containing poetry and short literary fiction entitled "Cold War Kids," is due for release soon.

2 comments

  1. O.M.G!He looked so hot and cute when he was in uniform. He could have been president if he wanted to, you know.

  2. Actually, that is a BASIC TRAINING yearbook photo (from Samson AFB, NY), not Barksdale AFB.

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