OT question: Military collectors?

From: David Vohs <netsurfer_x1_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sun Feb 4 20:08:00 2001

Well, I myself an a fellow shipmate stationed at Groton, Connecticut. As
hard as it seems to believe, I have only been in since August the 10th.

> At the moment, I have a bit of an identity crisis going on.
>I'm Navy working on an Air Force base and am supposed to be working
>supply but currently work for the IS Dept. because they needed
>another person, especially one with Mac skills. Just 3 more years
>and I can 'retire' from Navy life and move on! I know i've seen at
>least one other .MIL address post to this list at some point though.
> Jeff
>P.S. what's your background since you obviously know something about
>Navy rates?
> Collector of Classic Microcomputers and Video Game Systems:
> Home of the TRS-80 Model 2000 FAQ File
> http://www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/lakes/6757
David Vohs, Digital Archaeologist & Computer Historian.
Home page: http://www.geocities.com/netsurfer_x1/

Computer Collection:

"Triumph": Commodore 64C, 1802, 1541, FSD-1, GeoRAM 512, MPS-801.
"Leela": Macintosh 128 (Plus upgrade), Nova SCSI HDD, Imagewriter II.
"Delorean": TI-99/4A, TI Speech Synthesizer.
"Monolith": Apple Macintosh Portable.
"Spectrum": Tandy Color Computer 3, Disto 512K RAM board.
"Boombox": Sharp PC-7000.
"Butterfly": Tandy Model 200, PDD, CCR-82

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Received on Sun Feb 04 2001 - 20:08:00 GMT

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