Are Some Pictures From
My Trip to Guam and Japan
Support of our Troops Overseas.
consider it a great honor to have had the opportunity to serve our fine troops who are serving us by protecting our freedom. Since
the trip, I have been asked to entertain the Chairman of the Joints
Chiefs Gen. Dick Myers at his golf tournament as well as been offered
the opportunity to meet the injured troops at Walter Reed. We
held a golf clinic for amputees from Walter Reed and it was a great
experience for me. They never whined or complained about their
sacrifice. We are a very lucky nation to have such brave and courageous men & women to protect our freedom. God
Bless ALL Our Troops Everywhere!
was after a clinic for juniors held in Guam. We video taped
the golf swing of every junior there and we played them back in slow
motion. Some of the students were locals, some of them children
of military personnel. As you can see the kids loved it, so did I!
Japan some of our troops getting a swing analysis. We did over
831 swing analysis during the entire two week trip! There was
smoke coming out of the computer on the way back! I'm glad I brought
the lap top. It was a big hit among the troops.
was the show in Misawa Japan. Man it's still cold up there!
This was a short stop but a great one. The Brigadier General gave
me a medal! Wow a Cuban with a medal! My wife still wants
me to take out the garbage though. She just doesn't get it!
lower right picture is of the show in Guam. Guam is a floating
sauna!! Only a Cuban with seven generations of banana pickers
could stand that weather. The people were great and God Bless
our troops that are stationed there protecting our freedom.
got a chance to be on Armed Forced Radio a few times during the trip.
What do you think, a Cuban Bob Hope! Nah, not even close.
Just another lucky "wet back" because of all the great opportunities
the United Sates offers everyone!
this guy had guts! With nothing but a slipper and sock between
my five wood and the ball, man! Good thing he held still or
it would of hurt like ouch!!!!!!!!!!!
are some of the coins I've been honored to receive along the way.
I am very honored to receive a coin. To read the significance
of the military coin and how it got started just click on the link. The
story behind the Military Coin
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