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Lube Technician/ Line Technician/ Parts Counter Person

Phil Long Honda

This is a Contract position in Glenwood Springs, CO posted August 19, 2020.

Lube Technician/ Line Technician/ Parts Counter Person Phil Long Honda Glenwood Springs.

We have expanded our hours and need to add to our team Pay based depending on experience.

No experience necessary, willing to train the right people.

Full Benefits after 60 days.


Philip Longs story began in 1918 in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he lived until the eighth grade.

He spent his high school years at Principia Academy and college years at Principia College in Missouri, graduating in 1940.

After just one year of law school at the University of Michigan, Mr.

Long enlisted in the United States Navy.

World War II was raging and in 1942, Mr.

Long mastered his training as a Hellcat fighter pilot in the South Pacific.

He successfully flew 120 missions from the USS Enterprise, the most decorated ship of this era.

He was also shot down twice.

The USS Enterprise and Task Force 58 spent nearly a month in the Mariana Islands, preparing for and supporting the Saipan landings on 15 June 1944, striking targets on Guam and Rota, and engaging in the greatest carrier aircraft battle in historythe Battle of the Philippine Sea, 19-20 June 1944.

The USSEnterprise played a significant role in the battle: her Combat Information Center (CIC) directed much of the action during the Turkey Shoot on the 19th, while an Air Group Ten search was the first to locate the Japanese fleet on the afternoon of the 20th.

The growing number of successful night air missions, led by the Big Es VF(N)-101 and VT-10 squadrons is notable.

During this campaign Task Force 58 was attacked by the aircraft of the Japanese Fleet in successive waves.


Commander M.P.

Long and the USS Enterprise Hellcat (task force) fighters joined the Combat Air Patrol in intercepting the Japanese attacks and bombing Orote Airfield on Guam.

Throughout the Battle of the Philippine Sea, the Task Force Fighters carried out strikes on Guam and the Pagan Islands neutralizing enemy airfields and destroying defense guns and military installations.

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