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Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by Halal Pork, Oct 8, 2009.
Vets say 'hello' or whatever you want.
Wanna kill these ads? We can help!
I don't know. I saw there was not much participation in here and I figured I'd start a thread and then I changed my mind and deleted it.
I'll listen to you anytime. New here myself and I guess missed your post.
What branch, unit, etc...
Thanks but I just thought better of it. I don't think that there's any bigger influence in my life than my military experience. Now that I am a civilian it is probably better if I try to focus more on other things. Or at least be in the right forum for the topic. I get really bent out of shape still over military topics and particularly non-vets in the media making experts of themselves.
BTW one of my buddies flies Kiowas.
Past the 19D I have no idea what you just typed there....
just unit and mos
Thank you for your service.
What is a 1st SFG(A)?
See us former line Army folks don't have that vocabulary.
I was just lucky to get the opportunity
Wow my friend it sounds like you had a really high speed low drag speed MOS.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>
It was hard for me getting out. But you know what it was some of the best times in my life and I cherish it. So what kind of work you do now.
1BCT 1AD Hooah!
I guess I was in 2nd brigade combat team when I was in 1AD
I thought all Special Forces were Airborne.
Airborne school isn't what it used to be acccording to a few graduates I've met lately.
I went through 24 years ago and it wasn't much then, when were you thinking of?
Really how so? Are they making 4 jumps now instead of the required 5?
And I'm not sure if you know this (probably not) but they opened the towers back up which they had not for probably 15 years. So maybe it isn't what it used to be because now during Tower Week you are going to be dropped off of one instead of just looking at the 200ft steel structure like in the past.