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Tirehouse
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Post by Tirehouse »

Welcome..
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42L5V
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Post by 42L5V »

Good effin' intro. Welcome.
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Redwing96
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Welcome!
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Charlie 51
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Post by Charlie 51 »

Welcome,

Back in the Colt team days 13F was it but choose 11b and never sit on the sidelines in "support", make sure you do not get 11C those bastards lug the 120 around now!!

3 things to remember about Battalion

They can't kill you (on purpose)
They have to feed you (eventually)
There are only 24 hours in a day (Unless you are on an E&E in South Ranier then there are 72)

In the illustrious words of one of my ranger privates, when the going gets hard:
"suck it up fucker!"
C Co 2/75 Weapons
Classes 4-5/93

"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there" - Will Rogers

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FoxHound
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Post by FoxHound »

Heading to Seattle MEPS on thursday, should have my 11x Option 40. I will not return without it. I have decided to look down, grab my balls, and go Infantry. I know I have a long road ahead. Thank you Rangers for your service and your knowledge. Ears and eyes open, mouth shut, pushing, and never ever quiting.

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Steadfast
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Post by Steadfast »

FoxHound wrote:Heading to Seattle MEPS on thursday, should have my 11x Option 40. I will not return without it. I have decided to look down, grab my balls, and go Infantry. I know I have a long road ahead. Thank you Rangers for your service and your knowledge. Ears and eyes open, mouth shut, pushing, and never ever quiting.
Roger Foxhound. Drive the fuck on!
RLTW
Steadfast

4/325 82d DIV 68-69
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K Co (Rgr), 75th Inf (Abn), 4 ID
69-70
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Rico
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Post by Rico »

Charlie 51 wrote: make sure you do not get 11C those bastards lug the 120 around now!!
Neither you or I decided to be an 11C Brother, but by God, someone had to carry the baseplate!!!

Good luck FoxHound, let us know how it goes.
WEBCO 2/75 1997 - 1998
HHC 2/75 Mortars 1998 - 2005
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I have brought you to the ring, dance if you can...

-William Wallace

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Rico
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Charlie 51 wrote:There are only 24 hours in a day (Unless you are on an E&E in South Ranier then there are 72)
Very, very true....

my shins still hurt
WEBCO 2/75 1997 - 1998
HHC 2/75 Mortars 1998 - 2005
Ranger Class 7-99

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Chiron
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Post by Chiron »

Welcome and good luck.
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French Commando 11-83
LRSLC Class 5-87
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IDon'tCare
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Post by IDon'tCare »

FoxHound wrote:Heading to Seattle MEPS on thursday, should have my 11x Option 40. I will not return without it. I have decided to look down, grab my balls, and go Infantry. I know I have a long road ahead. Thank you Rangers for your service and your knowledge. Ears and eyes open, mouth shut, pushing, and never ever quiting.
It's Monday. What is taking so long?
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SERE Instructor class 1-83

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Bravo57
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Post by Bravo57 »

Welcome. Whats the status of your OPT 40, 13F contract?
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