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Steve

11/20/2018
23:48:15


WTF, how can you sleep with all that noise. That’s insane.



Sarge

11/19/2018
00:54:34


I met a guy whom claimed to be a SWCC and he made the one mistake of asking if I was in the Military and he either was blind as a bat or just f'n stupid because I have Florida Army tags on my truck and a pair of dolphins in the back glass along with an Army retired sticker, funny thing as soon as I mentioned that he did the whole I was in the Navy and I said cool thank you for your service and when I asked him what he did he tried the whole macho I was a Special Warfare Combat Crewmember I just smiled and said so your a swicky huh? I was in submarines as a Torpedoman and retired from the Army as a Senior Air member on AH-64D's. So any way this dumbass rents me a car trailer with a bent tounge on it and I told him point blank that was not the same trailer that I had used the week prior, so anyways I bring the trailer back after having issues with it pulling my truck toward the ditch.. On closer look on the hitch the tounge was bent pretty good and there was a couple of red X's on it which means don't let anyone use it until fixed, me pissed??? sure however I just let it go like water off of a ducks back and kept pushing forward with my day

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AirborneLibrarian

11/17/2018
21:05:52


I do not understand, and never have understood, why someone who served legitimately as a SWCC person wouldn't just be proud of that for what it is. Why is SWCC not a great thing to be? Why is ANY legitimate military service of any kind not something to be proud of, if one did it? If you served honorably, be proud of that.

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AgentArcher

11/17/2018
11:13:12


Yea, I cant stand SWCC--were training them and they would always label themselves in public as naval special opertors or shit along that line, but the funny thing is, when we asked how hard their training was, in comaprison to SEAL, they said just as hard, maybe harder....one guy said 90 percent attrition rate in his class.. we were internally laughing.

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$hit River Sailor

11/15/2018
21:39:33


You east coast guys need to send that snow MY way. Deer season starts for me on Saturday morning so I'm headed north to the command center. I also just bought a "new"(to me) 2015 Arctic Cat XF9000 which is the most powerful sled out of the factory pushing 177hp from an 1100cc Turbo. Only had 687 miles on it and was owned by a friend of a friend who rode it only one year before being injured at work. Anyhoo...I'll gladly take any snow you don't want!lol!

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NHdad

11/15/2018
20:30:48


Brought in three loads of wood to the living room, check
Filled the wood holder in the garage, check
have both the wood stove in the main floor and the pellet stove in the basement blazing, check

Sit back, have a drink, enjoy the snow and relax (still have the terrible cold but the Doc gave me antibiotics today...yea!)

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NHdad

11/15/2018
20:24:40


Well here it comes. Just back from Walgreen's. Left the sedan at home because it was already bucketing down snow. Thankfully, earlier this year I bought a Ram 2500 diesel to replace the lousy SUV we had. Smart move.

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Tekdiver

11/15/2018
17:52:18


I think I qualify to be a dumb ass boat guy !!!



Debo

11/15/2018
17:03:53


LYou got peacocks. Hell, I thought a duck or goose was a squaking cause he caught you bullshitting.
Debo. LOL



Pccstudent

11/15/2018
16:01:02


Hey guys I have a military question (OK it is an Air Force question.) The era in question is the early 50's. Was it possible in the early 50's to achieve the pay grade of E6 (Technical Sergeant) during your 6th year in the service? I checked some Air Force sites and I read that most people today take 12 years to reach E6. Thanks