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2nd CEB 94-97
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95 Occupation Force Somalia

Got lucky landed in between the two dessert wars!!


If you want to be an officer remember one thing! Take care of your people not yourself! It will take you farther than you will ever imagine. There is nothing worse than an officer that sits around trying to get a promotion at the demise of his Marines.
 

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^^^^^^^^^^^Yep you can tell he is in the service.........lol
 

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US Army, Retired, 22 years, Military Intelligence. Served in Gulf war with the 101st Airborne/AirAssault Division as the Intelligence Officer to then BG Shelton (Army Cheif of Staff Under Bush) in the Division's Assault Command Post. Awarded Bronze Star for Valor. Last job was First Sergeant of HQ Company, 500th Military Intelligence Brigade, Camp Zama, Japan. I taught in the NCO Academy in Ft Huachuca, AZ, attended the Joint MIlitary Intelligence College, Defense Intelligence Agency, Bolling AFB, Maryland. I have lived on every continent except Australia, not counting the poles. Enjoyed every minute of it. Every chance to thank and shake a veteran, do it. They really do appreciate it.
 

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US Army, Retired, 22 years, Military Intelligence. Served in Gulf war with the 101st Airborne/AirAssault Division as the Intelligence Officer to then BG Shelton (Army Cheif of Staff Under Bush) in the Division's Assault Command Post. Awarded Bronze Star for Valor. Last job was First Sergeant of HQ Company, 500th Military Intelligence Brigade, Camp Zama, Japan. I taught in the NCO Academy in Ft Huachuca, AZ, attended the Joint MIlitary Intelligence College, Defense Intelligence Agency, Bolling AFB, Maryland. I have lived on every continent except Australia, not counting the poles. Enjoyed every minute of it. Every chance to thank and shake a veteran, do it. They really do appreciate it.
Well George, let me be the first on this forum to thank you. I really appreciate your sacrifice and I'm glad you made it home safe. Looks like you really done a lot in your career.

Also, I want to thank everyone that served. Really appreciate it.
 

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I should have also mentioned that my father is Retired Air Force, Vietnam awarde the Purple Heart, my son the Marine, did four tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. He is now medically retired as well but from PTSD (Post-tramatic Stress Syndrome). I think all young men should serve their country if physically able to do so. This IS what made the United States of America!
 

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I spent 12 years in the Army from 1990 to 2002 as a Cargo Specialist and just joined the Ohio Air National Guard in August of 2009 at the age of 36! lol I'm a Power Production Specialist for the Big Blue.

I also would like to thank all those who have and are serving!
 

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Enlisted in the Ohio National Guard in 1979 at the age of 17. Was in OIF II 2003 - 2005 and now I plan to retire this June. 31 years of my life is enough time I think.
 

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Hello and welcome to the forums. I would say your right about the 31 years.
 

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Currently serving. I pass ten years in June and continuing until 20. Serving as a submariner stationed in Groton CT. At least until June when I move to California for my next tour.
 

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Iraq

Baghdad 2005 - 2006.

Injured and now medically retired with lots of time to ride and work on my two ATV's.

Thanks to all who served!

Take care,
Mike
 

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pretty cool site , nice to see younger service men here , im an old one served Army 1980 to 1984 Ft. Bragg, NC. 18th Airborne field artillary Brigade 2 yrs, then off to Yurp, thats Europe for you northern boys.... stationed 2yrs in K-town Germay 330th Aviation Battallion...
proud to serve then and would do it all over again
 

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Currently serving as a Materials Technician in the Army (welding, machining, bodywork, sewing)

Don't know if it makes a difference to you folks but I'm in the Canadian Army :p
 

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Currently serving as a Materials Technician in the Army (welding, machining, bodywork, sewing)

Don't know if it makes a difference to you folks but I'm in the Canadian Army :p
makes no difference to me. A man who takes up arms to defend his own countrymen is always welcome
 

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Currently serving as a Materials Technician in the Army (welding, machining, bodywork, sewing)

Don't know if it makes a difference to you folks but I'm in the Canadian Army :p
makes no difference to me. A man who takes up arms to defend his own countrymen is always welcome
I agree^^^^
 
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