George T. Brindle
Retired: July 1975

Wife: Wakako(Jeanne)
Children: Eleanor Kathryn (Ringo); Eileen Kathryn (Smith)
Grandchildren: Olivia Lauren Ringo; Victoria Leigh Ringo
Jobs / Assignments
1961 Lackland AFB, TX Officer Candidate School
1961 Sheppard AFB, TX Accounting & Finance Officer Tech School
1961-63 L. G. Hanscom Field, MA Chief, Internal Systems Control, Accounting & Finance Office
1963-65 Yokota Air Base, Japan Chief, Non-Appropriated Funds Office
1965 Kimpo Air Base, Korea Special Disbursing Agent
1965-66 Yokota Air Base, Japan Administration Officer
1966-67 Yokota Air Base, Japan Commander, 6220 th CAMRON Squadron Section 1967-69 San Francisco, CA Postal Finance & Supply Officer, Postal and Courier Service
1969-70 Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam Chief, Saigon Aerial Mail Terminal
1970-74 Stuttgart, Germany Chief, Plans & Support, 1141 st Special Activities Squadron
1974-75 Andrews AFB, MD Administration Inspector, Air Force Systems Command
July 1975 Andrews AFB, MD Retired, Major
1975-78 Fair Oaks, CA Manager, Real Estate Offices
1979-80 Citrus Heights, CA Manager, Picture Framing Business
1980-84 Sacramento, CA Manager, Direct Mail Advertising Firm
1984-85 Orangevale, CA Self Employed, Photography Service
1985-88 Sacramento, CA Instructor, Business College
1989-91 Stockton, CA Methods & Procedures Analyst, American Savings Bank
1991-99 Sacramento, CA Accounting Department, McKesson Drug Co
April 1999 Retired Fishing, part-time work, fishing, part-time work, fishing


1967 Bachelor of Arts, University of Maryland Far East Division

George Remembers . . . The night or two before the graduation of our upper class (61C), one of their more illustrious members got “ three sheets to the wind, ” and roared his car down the parade field and past the reviewing stand. At the graduation ceremony as he was presenting the diploma, Colonel Long, the School Commandant, made the remark that commissioning this individual was maybe the biggest mistake he ’ d made in his entire career. AND, the time one of our own classmates in 1st squadron fell asleep while standing at attention during afternoon drill practice. No-Doz, anyone??