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Old 07-10-2005, 12:03 AM
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I say since he took so long,he's gotta get paddled...or something.
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Old 07-10-2005, 06:34 PM
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Is that a come on or something?..just a friendly reminder that I'm living in a Bill Clinton "don't ask, don't tell" world.
Although, if a firm paddling will help me regain the bulk I was forced to let go, I'm in!
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Old 07-11-2005, 04:19 AM
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I've never done a member introduction so....I should get at least 50 or 60 paddle whacks or something...someone private messaged me and said that "Rosie" would be the person to do this. I have no idea who that is, but "okay".



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Old 07-11-2005, 02:15 PM
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I've never done a member introduction so
Me, neither. Sssshhhhh! I was paddled once. Didn't like it. The dwarves in chaps, strobe lights and Village People music had me a little disoriented.
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Me, neither. Sssshhhhh! I was paddled once. Didn't like it. The dwarves in chaps, strobe lights and Village People music had me a little disoriented.
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Old 07-11-2005, 02:58 PM
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I think i introduced myself awhile back but probably like in the training forum lmao.
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Old 07-30-2005, 12:42 PM
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Hey Badger, I was in the Air Force but I don't remember you.

Seriously, it makes me feel like I already know you. I obviously new here also but I wanted to say hello.

I left the Air Force a month before Dessert Storm cause I figured I would become a rock star. My squadron's (5077 TACC) area of operation was the Mideast (mostly Riyadh). All my friends shipped out a month after I left and I felt incredibly guilty. I wanted to call up and take it all back, tell them I wanted to stay in after all. I don't even know why.

I spent most of my tour in the Mideast, especially Saudia where my unit went. So I knew the drill (hell, I had in part deveoped the drill). I still feel that guilt. That I wasn't there helping them. I knew they were pretty safe there in Riyadh, so it wasn't that kind of guilt, it was this feeling of lost brotherhood that I can't fully explain.

Well, I'm a 35 year old man, and this is actually making me tear up. I guess I should have been a Marine. I'll leave off with another welcome, brother.
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Old 08-01-2005, 05:53 AM
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Thanks for the welcome Eric. I went to Shield/Storm in Aug 90 and returned in Apr 91. My oldest boy wasd only a year old. Took him a few months after I got back to figure out I was his Dad again.
I hear the same emotions from other guys who got out. They miss the esprit de corps, etc. that the civilian sector seldom has. It's funny...I can retire any day now, but I'm in no rush. I always figured I would be 20 and out, and I can actually see myself doing another 5.
Note to self: schedule psychiatrist visit ASAP.
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