"I go behind the lines and abduct people"

Discussion in 'The US Air Force Forum' started by 4095fanatic, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. mbramsa

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    Usually junior captains are 25 or 26 and hit the promotion zone for major around 29 or 30. The vast majority graduate highschool at 17 or 18, spend 4 years in college making them 21 or 22 when they graduate, then it takes 4 years to make captain.
     
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    If he was for real he wouldn't be blabbing his mouth. Is he dumb or what?
     

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    My Father worked for the CIA after WW2. Till the day he died he NEVER spoke a word about it.
     
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    Pretty good cover though. Now nobody will believe he's the real thing.
     
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    Wish I could remember where the link to the "Mall Ninja" story was. This guy sounds like a cousin or something!

    The OP would probably get a kick out of it. Until he realized "Hey, this guy sounds familiar!" LOL!!!
     
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    ..........that I worked at Area 51 I got to see lots of strange creatures. Some of which I was formally introduced to by the President.
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    most of the servicemen that i have run across that have those crazy jobs are the quiet, odd type.

    They didn't talk about their jobs much.
     
  9. adenjustice20

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    I like your quote Texas.
     
  10. JimBianchi

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    There are a few ADAF stationed at Ft. Meade, they were my instructors and support personal at DINFOS (Defense Information School)

    I did meet a few folks at the gym who were ADAF and assigned in "other" parts of the base. From what I understand they were strictly analysts and from the way they worked out, I believe them.

    All the hero types I met there were not chatty-Cathy's and for a good reason, their job required them to remain under the radar and they took it very seriously.
     
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    Thanks. It is from a book on beliefs in witchcraft in the middle ages.
     
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    So, did he get into her pants? Seems like that's what this operation is all about.:rofl: