THEN                                                                                                       NOW

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              JUMP SCHOOL 1967                                                        JULY  2005







Ralph Blevins entered the United States Army on August 1, 1966 and Retired as a Chief Warrant Officer 3 on July 31, 1991.  He served in Vietnam from May 1967 to April 1968 leaving as a Sergeant E-5. He became a Special Agent for Counterintelligence with Military Intelligence in September 1971.  He became a Special Agent with US Army Criminal Investigation Command and served until retiring.  He served two tours in Germany, one in Hawaii and last was at the US Army Criminal Investigation Command Headquarters before retiring.  His highest award is the Legion of Merit.  He has been a Private Investigator since retiring conducting work solely for the Federal Government.  He has three children, one boy and two girls and has two grand children.  He lives in the west central area of Pennsylvania on a farm.  From cement city of Chicago to the rural hills of Pennsylvania, who knew.  His skills learned as a Pathfinder has impacted tremendously on his subsequent career.  AIRBORNE!  SIR!