MidwayUSA Releases Larry’s Short Stories #112 – My Air Force Years – Enlisted Time

MidwayUSA Releases Larry's Short Stories #112 – My Air Force Years - Enlisted Time
MidwayUSA Releases Larry’s Short Stories #112 – My Air Force Years – Enlisted Time
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Columbia, MO -(AmmoLand.com)- MidwayUSA is excited to announce the release of “My Air Force Years – Enlisted Time” a short story by Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA.

“Some of my fondest memories are the hunting and fishing stories Dad and my uncles shared with us kids back then – generally around the wood stove, and other times in the field,” said Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA. “Unfortunately, it was pure and simple storytelling, so all I have are the memories. Now, as a father and grandfather and having hunted and fished all my life, I am taking the time to write down some of my own stories – for the enjoyment of my children, grandchildren, friends and Customers. These are all real stories that I participated in, nothing is made up; and I write them purely for your enjoyment.”

To read “My Air Force Years – Enlisted Time” and the rest of Larry’s Short Stories, please visit http://www.midwayusa.com/larrys-stories.

About MidwayUSA

Both country kids from Missouri, Larry and Brenda Potterfield turned their passion for shooting sports into a career by opening a small gun shop in 1977 that would eventually become MidwayUSA. They instilled family values like honesty, integrity and respect for others into the business, and strive to maintain this culture with each Employee added to their growing team. For over 37 years, MidwayUSA has offered JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING for Shooting, Reloading, Gunsmithing and Hunting with an unyielding focus on Customer Satisfaction.

For more information on MidwayUSA, visit their website, find them on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter.

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Capn Jack

As a T.A.C. member, we used to tease the S.A.C. guys, that the girls down town had the same moto.

(You’ve got to be old to understand this.)

Kent

Nice to see that SAC patch, I still treasure mine!
Hardly anyone today knows what SAC was.

Joe

Larry’s Patch shows that he was a member of SAC (Strategic Air Command) No wonder he has such good work ethics.