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    Military VETS, Say what's up ( USMC, US Army, Air Force, Navy, etc...)

    What's going on fellas, I just wanted to start up a little spot to say Thanks for giving your time and life's in this day and age of WAR we are in... The VETS are some good people that we need in charge to get America back.

    Me , I was in the Army for 5 years with 3rd ID out of Fort Hood TX, OIF > 03-04 and 06-07 with 1st Cav.
    I miss all my true brothers who went with me and stayed till the last boot was lifted.

    Rock HARD!!!

    Hooah =is military slang "referring to or meaning anything and everything except no".
    Used by soldiers in the U.S. Army, which accounts for the vast majority of the usage of the word. Also used by security specialist airmen in the Security Forces branch of the U.S. Air Force, but rarely used by other members of the much broader population of the U.S. Air Force.


    Oorah = is a battle cry common in the United States Marine Corps since the mid-20th century. It is comparable to hooah in the US Army and hooyah in the US Navy and US Coast Guard. It is most commonly used to respond to a verbal greeting or as an expression of enthusiasm.

    "When soldiers have been baptized in the fire of a battle-field, they have all one rank in my eyes"
    --Napoleon Bonaparte

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    Wanted to thank you for your service my friend!

    Men like you are why my wife and kids and family can rest easy at night knowing you have our backs.

    Hats off to you and ALL your brothers in arms.
    Last edited by Montego1; 07-31-2014 at 07:42 AM.

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    5 yrs at ft drum with 27 months in Iraq. Then an additional 6 months in Iraq and 6 months in Afghanistan as a contractor. Welcome brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bushmaster View Post
    5 yrs at ft drum with 27 months in Iraq. Then an additional 6 months in Iraq and 6 months in Afghanistan as a contractor. Welcome brother.
    badass dude, .... I got 2 job offers from KBR (Halliburton) , great $$$ first 90k tax free ... wished I'd have done it before I broke my spine when a semi truck rear ended us. 5 inch rods and some steel at c4-c6 ... But it's all been for a good reason(s)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Country-Soldier View Post
    badass dude, .... I got 2 job offers from KBR (Halliburton) , great $$$ first 90k tax free ... wished I'd have done it before I broke my spine when a semi truck rear ended us. 5 inch rods and some steel at c4-c6 ... But it's all been for a good reason(s)
    Don't know where they are at now but in 2010 it was the first 92.5k tax free.

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    Long since removed, but i had a short relation w/ the Army back in '90-'92 1/2. Dropped out of college at the start of the first Gulf war. Basic and AIT (Combat Engineer) at Ft. Lost in the Woods (Leonardwood), onto Jump School and eventually Sapper training. Yes, I signed up for anything I could, I loved the schools...adrenaline junky. Spent some time at Bragg after that but then took an early out and went back to college.

    Looking back now, I loved my time in all that training and had I stayed in I could be retired now. Hindsight.

    Thanks for your service as you all spent much longer than I in and gave more.

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    thanks guys for you love and devotion to our country!! takes balls doing what you guys have done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Octupi View Post
    Long since removed, but i had a short relation w/ the Army back in '90-'92 1/2. Dropped out of college at the start of the first Gulf war. Basic and AIT (Combat Engineer) at Ft. Lost in the Woods (Leonardwood), onto Jump School and eventually Sapper training. Yes, I signed up for anything I could, I loved the schools...adrenaline junky. Spent some time at Bragg after that but then took an early out and went back to college.

    Looking back now, I loved my time in all that training and had I stayed in I could be retired now. Hindsight.

    Thanks for your service as you all spent much longer than I in and gave more.

    Thanks brother, ... My best friend was a SAPPER and did his basic and AIT at " lostinthawoods" ... Good MOS but dangerous during combat situation , like all jobs ,

    i live about 45 mins from Bragg now and we can feel the ground shake when those cats drop rounds and do drills/exercises...
    Fort Bragg is know for being wild and breaking the rules too though...

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    OIF II vet with 1st ID.

    I became an alcoholic after Iraq and was fucked as a soup sandwich. Got out on a General Discharge, got diagnosed with PTSD a couple of years later, got help, found the gym, and now love life. Wish I could go back every single fucking day, hooah

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    5 years ft Lewis and Germany as Mp. 1 tour to Iraq. Been out for a yr, miss it so much im going back in after the holidays. Best of luck to all you and thank you for your service

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    Only got to go to gitmo. Volunteered for kosovo but was denied cause i was deemed too important at the time... got out literally 2 months before the shit hit the fan in iraq.. guess im lucky, dont feel lucky though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKimura View Post
    OIF II vet with 1st ID.

    I became an alcoholic after Iraq and was fucked as a soup sandwich. Got out on a General Discharge, got diagnosed with PTSD a couple of years later, got help, found the gym, and now love life. Wish I could go back every single fucking day, hooah
    I feel ya brother ,... I did the opiates and alcohol, kicked the drinking by taking more pills then broke my neck in a bad wreck so it was balls to the wall!! Doctors where giving me oxy 60s , 4 a day towards the end and fentanyl patches galore!,,, good times but lost everything, took me about 2 years of methadone and family to help me out of that hole... Battle scars

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    the army has changed identifiers some over the years since my time...at the time 11BP2V ..slung a few rounds down range and drank a bunch also..guess i'm normal in this group...

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