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This article is about the Player with the callsign forHIM

Personal Data

  • Year of Birth: 1965
  • Gender: male
  • Country: United State of America
  • State: California
  • City: Palmdale
  • Occupation: Optician/National Auto Sport Association Spec Focus Series Director
  • Interests: Racing, History, Baseball, Basketball, Computers

Pilot Data

  • Callsign: Teedog or Teeedog
  • Previous Callsign(s): ted7rns
  • Squad: 332nd Flying Mongrels since 2001
  • Previous Squad(s): Noe
  • Preferred Planes:F6F-5, F4U-1c
  • AH since: 2001

About Teedog

In 2001 I started flying Aces High and started with the Mongrels just one month after joining Aces High. I'm a big WWII History Buff was interested in AH.

I personally enjoy Flying Blue Aircraft (US Naval Aircraft), but you will also catch me in a P-51D or a Mossie from time-to-time.

I’m also currently the CO of the 332nd Fighting Mongrels which is a sister Squadron to the AH2 Flying Mongrels. The Fighting Mongrels is a BF2 Project Reality squad the fights on Saturdays at 5:00 PM ET. We use Team Speak for Saturday.

When I’m not online with the Mongrels, I’m the Racing Series Director for the National Auto Sport Association Spec Focus Series. A series that I developed and did all the pre-season testing for back in 2005. The series started in 2006 and I raced in the first ever Spec Focus National Championship Race at Mid-Ohio Sportcar Raceway where I finished 4th. I’m currently racing in the Western Endurance Racing Championship in a Spec Focus for Team Spec Focus West. I’m not only the driver there but also Team Manager.

For my real job, I have been an Optician for 17 years now, which I started doing after play one season of professional baseball.

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