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I usually watch this series once a year. All the memories coming back from when I graduated in 2003.
Just graduated Aug 11, got honor grad and my flight got commanders excellence and academic excellence, being a dorm chief is the way to go. You need, we lead, RAIDERS
This will literally be me in days… Land at Lackland August 2…😳😁
Wish I could go join the Air Force. Sadly, I can't.
Definitely worth taking a chance. I ship out on the 16 next month and I’m so excited
watching this cause i’m planning on joining the air force next year and this is really hyping me up.
I knew I had a ruptured eardrum but didn't realize it would've been a DQ at Meps. When a doctor called 8 or 9 of us in for ear, nose, and throat exam, I was first. He looked inside my ear and said, "Remind me to document something on your medical chart". I said, yes sir. When we were all done, I was the first to disappear out the door. He came into the hallway and shouted, "Who's the guy with the bad ear"? I walked further away and cut the line in front of me. A couple of wiseguys shouted, "what, what?". He ordered them to return for reexamination. I am grateful for having enlisted and spending 4 years active duty. The perorated eardrum healed naturally.
I wanted to be a Marine. I don't know why, it's like why we prefer one sports team while everyone else supports another. However, my older and influential brother said, "Go Air Force, it's better". Trusting my army brother wouldn't mislead me, I joined the Air Force for four years. I had a great enlistment and served with terrific people, but something was always lacking. I still wanted to be a Marine. My point is, follow your gut. Don't let others persuade you from what you want. You only get one chance at this.
all wars are bankers wars there is no glory in war - gerald celente
Just whatever you do. Try you hardest to not get stationed at Minot. Please for the love of God pray that you don't. If you SF. Prepare to have your balls frozen half the year.
MORE Special Warfare!
awesome. I wish often
Me who can only do 2 pull-ups: 😐
At the beginning well near what's up with everyone trying to go SO/Special Operations/PJs
Been in 7 years.. this brings back some memories for sure.
For the people making disparaging remarks about the wife, you certainly lack empathy. These people live in a very small, rural community with very little danger. Her husband is going a thousand miles away into the MILITARY. He wrote our nation a blank check good for his very life. Of course she is worried about him. Hopefully, as his training completes and she is able to join him, she will have the opportunity to grow and mature as much as he will. Exposure to different parts of our country and to even other countries will change her profoundly. I suspect she will be a much stronger person in ten years.
I am a USAF veteran. I loved my time in the service. I served during the 1970s, a time of political turmoil due to the Watergate scandal. I was a 202x0 (communication traffic analyst), but was exposed to programming IBM mainframes. My job came under Signals Intelligence, which is a fascinating field. We worked for the National Security Agency in addition to our role to support missions gathering intelligence from airborne platforms.
Anyway, I was amused by the young man’s suggestion to bury people standing up. There are several reasons why this isn’t practical. First, the hole will be both narrower and much deeper (6 ft is normal to hide the odor of decomposition and prevent disinterment by animals.), making it a lot harder to dig. Second, as the body decomposes, it will gradually accumulate at the bottom of the vertical casket. Eventually, there will be a pile of bones at the bottom, and the rest of the vertical casket will be empty space.
Other cultures with limited space for burials use different strategies. One is to place the body into a squatting position and tie/wrap it into a very compact space. Other cultures let the body decompose until only the bones are left. Then the bones are placed into an ossuary, which is more compact than the standard casket. An ossuary can be horizontal or vertical. In Western cultures, the most space-saving option is cremation. Those remains can fit into a very small space.
BMT was pretty fun, I’d do it again
Making everyone sick with your efts