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Discussion in 'Military' started by Mr. P, Oct 31, 2006.

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    USN

    1984 - 1994

    EM2........USS Reeves, USS Charleston, USS Wasp

    Got out with Clinton in office after Somalia 1993.
     
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    USAF Active Duty: 1977-1996 with a break between my enlisted and commissioned years.

    Enlisted: 70250B, Admin clerk.

    Commissioned: 011F3N, Fighter Pilot and FAC: RF-4C, OA-37B, T-38 and A-10.
     
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    USN Active Duty

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    Operations Specialist, Petty Officer 2nd Class

    I've been deployed to the Persian Gulf and got my War on Terror Expeditionary over there.
    Only did 4 years because modern Navy has become disgustingly PC with plummeting morale and camaraderie.
    Thanks to all the ground-pounders that did the job I never had a chance at. I wish my ship could've done something more to support you guys, be it Tomahawks or surface fire support.
     
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    USMC 1974 - 1980 all stateside.

    O-1, O-2, O-3 selectee.

    Arty & Naval guns.

    JAG final year.
     
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    Not sure but I think that's where my dad was when I was born (1954).
     
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    Thank you veterans for voting for Donald Trump!
     
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    Hey everyone. I'm not really super hooooaaaah as much but I am 11B (infantry) Army National Guard.
    FOLLOW ME! ;)
     
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    Really Annoying Speech Habit

    That's not an MOS, that's an MOS number. Avoiding this kind of inexact meaning should be taught in school. Even widely experienced Marines don't know that many MOS numbers.
     
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    I remember well, 1944 and the government trying to work out a plan to let soldiers overseas vote. It was the first time our infantry company seemed ready to discuss politics and we discovered most of us were Democrats. It was the age of FDR. Since no one admitted to being a Republican we wondered how they looked. Someone said there was a Republican in K company so a number of us walked over to K company area and only saw GI's like ourselves.
     

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