can't believe how many of the class of 2011 is joining the military

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  1. qn60e6

    qn60e6 Veteran Member

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    Just remember those that served and gave the ultimate sacrifice throughout the centuries for this nation and its freedoms. (Currently the services make up of about 1% of the population). I applaud those who joined, want to join, are joining and continue to stay in to fight for freedom. My hats off to you, I never thought I would be in this long. Soon enough I will gracefully retire and relinquish the defense of all the freedoms of this Great Nation to the next generation.
     
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    HAH.....keep telling yourself that one buddy. :crazy:
    I've banged more foreign tail in a 6 month cruise then most Army guys had in 20 years. :D
    .....of course I caught the clap at least once doing it but hey....it was fun.
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    If you think we are a sitting duck, then obviously our security is working fine.
    Other then being in a so-called friendly port, there is very little chance of anyone getting near us!!
    That was in '80-85, I can just imagine the toys they have now to protect us sitting ducks!!!!

    I won't even give the numbers, but 6 month's in the Philippines,
    I would bet the farm I got more then most men in their entire life!!!!


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    friggin' anchor yankers.. lol:p
     
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    Are those Navy issued flotation devices
     
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    I love listening to Vets. I wish i had joined the military, i was lucky enough to play college football out of high school, other wise it would have happened. Have a ton of respect for each and everyone of you. I think this is a good thing for the youth on America, it will definitley make this country stronger.
     
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    Yep......we were not allowed to port in the Philippines in the 90's.
    They shut down Manila Bay because it was called the Navy's sexual playland.
    Wasn't good for public relations. Too many cases of gonorrhea and
    fatherless children I guess.

    No joke either, because any Navy guy could attest to almost ALL
    the Navy wives of lifers being Philippino. No joke.

    Hong Kong had plenty of them though in the red light district. :innocent:
    WESTPAC"s were like a vacation. You stopped in a new country for a few
    days of vacation every week to 2 weeks. Got piss wasted, shopped, and
    got laid. But the in between time did suck at sea. Non-stop work.
     
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    my son is going in, after high school, for one things his grades are not good enough to go in to college. & they will train him & he can earn a career & then also they will go back to college.
     
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    Smart move.

    Just make sure he looks at the PRT or PFT basic requirements and
    prepares for them months in advance if he needs to. That's the
    exercises he has to do to finish boot camp. I spent time making
    sure I could pass everything before I even went to boot.

    Makes life 100x easier then being a DFB.....disgusting fat body.
     
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    lol hes 5'9 with no fat on his body & I can put my hands around his waist with out a problem lol I dont think he will have a problem with the body fat lol
     

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