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The Air Force Special Services decided to form a show to tour Korea, which would be comprised of male Air Force personnel who had amateur or professional entertainment experience. The selected airmen for the proposed show would perform under all conditions, weather included. No special accommodations would be expected or received. They would load and unload their equipment on buses, trucks, and planes; set up and strike the "stages", which were usually flatbed trucks; and if scheduled, put on "two-a-days" at two different locations. The airmen were to be selected from the entire Far East Command. Thus, "Airmen's Holiday" was formed.
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T.J. McCann is a retired engineering technician. He is married, has six children and several grandchildren. In his four year career in the U.S. Air Force (three in Japan), he became a photomapper, a tap dancer, and a boxer. He learned how to open and light a Zippo lighter in one fluid motion, became an expert in the use of Hashi (chopsticks), and spoke fluent Japanese when ordering beer. He was also awarded the Good Conduct Medal--obviously a mistake.
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