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I have the privilage of being member number four of the Mongrels.  Off and on I have flown with them almost as long as they have been around.  I still haven't found a group of guys anywhere that I would rather bum around with on a Friday night.  James 'Daddog' Glazier has been the glue holding this group together and has made this one of the most fun experiences a guy can have online.   
 
I have the privilage of being member number four of the Mongrels.  Off and on I have flown with them almost as long as they have been around.  I still haven't found a group of guys anywhere that I would rather bum around with on a Friday night.  James 'Daddog' Glazier has been the glue holding this group together and has made this one of the most fun experiences a guy can have online.   
  
In addition to my flying time with the 332nd I am also a senior flight simulation writer for SimHq at www.simhq.com.  Although I don't fly AH or write for SimHq as much as I used to I still enjoy feeling the virtual wind in my hair from time to time.
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In addition to my flying time with the 332nd I am also a senior flight simulation writer for SimHq at [http://www.simhq.com www.simhq.com].  Although I don't fly AH or write for SimHq as much as I used to I still enjoy feeling the virtual wind in my hair from time to time.
  
 
== See also ==
 
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Revision as of 21:08, 8 May 2008

This article is about the Player with the callsign Wklink

Personal Data

  • Year of Birth: 1967
  • Gender: Male
  • Country: United State of America
  • State: Washington
  • City: Olympia
  • Occupation: Intensive Care Unit Nurse
  • Interests: Family, old car restoration, home renovation, flight simulation, wargames

Pilot Data

About Wklink

I was recruited by Al 'Dogdog' Arline way back in 1998 when I was a young LT at Fort Carson and he was a Major, both of us serving at Evan's Army Hospital. He told me about a game called Warbirds that was fast becoming the most popular online flight simulation of the time. I flew Warbirds before that and enjoyed it but never really got that much into the online experience.

I have the privilage of being member number four of the Mongrels. Off and on I have flown with them almost as long as they have been around. I still haven't found a group of guys anywhere that I would rather bum around with on a Friday night. James 'Daddog' Glazier has been the glue holding this group together and has made this one of the most fun experiences a guy can have online.

In addition to my flying time with the 332nd I am also a senior flight simulation writer for SimHq at www.simhq.com. Although I don't fly AH or write for SimHq as much as I used to I still enjoy feeling the virtual wind in my hair from time to time.

See also