This really has nothing to do with card modeling, but I did want to pass it on to those inclined to this sort of thing. As most people know, I retired from the Air Force in 1992. My last assignment was at Clark AB which was destroyed by the 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. There is a webpage of some of those last days of the base featuring me (since I provided the photos for the page) at http://zcap.freeyellow.com/Wrath/afury.html . Yes...that's a slimmer, meaner me in the photos. Well, the person who put up the webpage has also written a book. It's almost an oral history of the base, as he tells the story of the largest U.S. overseas installation through the stories of those who were stationed there from early in the 20th Century to the end. The book is titled "GI Joe Doesn't Live Here Anymore" and authored by Tom Utts. The best part of the book is it features my story in print beginning at the bottom of page 251, in the section titled Eruption Vet. My story starts there and is continued off and on to the end. The book is a good read and will provide anyone who reads it a good idea of what life was like in The P.I. for servicemen. I will say this, it was written by a former military member and uses the words of servicemen without censorship. If you're interested the book is available through Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Joe-Doesnt-Li...1023308?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1175322411&sr=8-1 and through Barnes & Noble at http://search.barnesandnoble.com/bo...oe doesn't live here anymore&z=y&cds2Pid=9481 The preceding message is in no way an endorsement for anythi...wait...it is an endorsement! Truthfully...it is a good read.