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April 05, 2008


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Kim Jones


Kim Jones

Update on Jordan Jones: Almost 5 years later Jordan remains in remission and we have since started a nationally known non-profit in support of awareness and early detection formed October 9, 2009 - Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation. Jordan's inspirational story has inspired many young men battling this disease. We are making a huge difference in the lives of others. We have directed patients to seek expert medical advise and we are saving lives! We offer financial assistance to those in immediate need. We have distributed over 100,000 brochures throughout many places in the nation as well as a few other countries. Please visit our website. We would love to hear from you! http://www.tcafinfo.org - www.facebook.com/tca.org

Jordan Jones: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtpDQsoTuxk&feature=plcp

Thank you again for inspiring my son while he was going through the most difficult time!

Much Love! Kim (Jordan's mom)

Big Gun Hans Schmoldt

You da (connector) man! I've enjoyed reading all the comments from all over the U.S. and New Zealand on Jordan thanks to you and Kathy "The Boss". Thanks.-Big Gun

Swampy  aka: THE BOSS


I left off Grinder from the list. How could I forget Grinder?

Swampy  aka: THE BOSS

When I started my blog in August of 2006, my reasons were to learn more about my computer and camera AND to share information about the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Now, I am so happy to know this 'idea of blogging' has taken on a "WHOLENOTHER" life for me as evidenced by your post here and at Tailhook Daily Briefing.
Thank you for sharing the news of Jordan and for giving the guys of VFC-13 the credit for putting that smile on his face.
Many of my readers asked for names of the pilots, so, "with your permission," here they are:
BOR (Box of Rocks)

Scary, isn't it? I always wonder how they ended up with those call signs, and then say, no, I don't want to know.
There is an interesting photo at my place of one of the F-5's that took off that day.

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