Ask Don and Diane Shit. Jade Helm, Mental Toughness

Ask Don and Diane Shit. Jade Helm, Mental Toughness.


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dons a badass

12/07/2016
04:52:11


don u seem like a good man..theres people out there we should be looking up to as heroes..but theres to many people that worry about these celebrities but not that 8 year old thats dying with cancer..and i think thats why god puts those people in our lives, to be our heroes..that is true mental toughness..god bless you all



TELECASTER

10/10/2015
13:34:31


JADE HELM IS NOTHING MOE YHAN AN ORI OPERATION READINESS INSPECTION NO SECRET THEY SAID IT STARTED FEW YEARS AGO BUT ITS 40 YEARS OLD DIFFERANT NAME NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT RELAX AND WATCH VERY, EXITING THOUGH



perpetual_fng

08/18/2015
06:25:38


Thankyou for your thoughts on Jade Helm--your thoughts reinforced mine. Sorry to inject politics here, but the reason the conspiracy theories about Jade Helm are so rampant is that the U.S. has a government that is way out of control. Fortunately, most people realize that although the politicians cannot be trusted to be true to their oaths, our military people take their oaths seriously.

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Mingo

05/23/2015
09:25:13


Grafenwöhr, NTC, 29 stumps etc etc. Quite a few joint service Field X's at FT. Bliss as well.



benschiltz

05/18/2015
17:51:03


Thank you sir for mentioning mental toughness in relation to people with painful diseases. That really hits home. I being one of them can tell you that as life goes on the pain can become somewhat more tolerated than it was when you first contract the disease whatever it may be. No matter how much I complain about living with pain and upon waking up in the morning that today may be the day I just might strangle myself, in the back of my mind I am smiling and saying fuck I love life and the bullshit that comes with it. Thanks again sir.

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JT

05/09/2015
18:08:33


Tommy Boy, and Matt...the armed services still conduct training out at 29 Stumps, or Yuma Arizona and they call them CAX or Mojave Viper....during my little bit of time in the Marine Corps I attended a few. A couple were only a couple weeks to a month. One was 3 months. Ughh....can get painful but a necessary evil for sure.



Edso

05/06/2015
11:11:05


I like the atmosphere of just chatting and driving . A lot of things hit close to home. Good job! Ya got me thinking.



Chilli

05/04/2015
19:30:59


Very important to learn to operate with our allies. I remember REFORGER in Germany in '84 and '85. Learned a lot during those exercises.



PolishX

05/02/2015
12:50:24


How do we send in questions ?

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Wayne

04/25/2015
08:59:26


Thanks Don for your info on this.