Introduction (Trying this again)

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Introduction (Trying this again)

Post by jjhoct5 »

Hi, I'm J.J.! I'm 21, and I live in New York. I am a graudate student, and a social worker, working mainly with kids. My boyfriend is in ranger school and will graduate at the end of the month. He lives in Fayetteville, NC and works as a lieutenant at Ft. Bragg.

I'm not in the ARMY but I do want to thank you guys for all that you do because without a national defense, especially rangers, I wouldn't be able to go to school and life safely. I think many people take that for granted.

I want to apologize for the first post, I didn't realize exactly how the 'intro' thing worked- so here's mine! Thanks for the replys anyway, I appreciate it.

Take care-
J.J.

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Better...Welcome and I hope you found that link useful
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Welcome and thanks for supporting your young LT.
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Welcome...
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Post by RTO »

Welcome Ma'am. Good luck to your boyfriend in Ranger school.


Is this in the proper forum?

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Post by Maggot275 »

Welcome, you need thick skin around here. Good luck with your PL in Hoo-ah school.
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Post by TC204 »

Welcome, I know a LT that's currently in the school.
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Welcome JJ

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Welcome neighbor to this illustrious neighborhood, & I wish the best to your young LT.
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Welcome
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Welcome to the site.
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Post by Bravo57 »

Welcome to the site.


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Welcome, PM inbound.
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Welcome, J.J.

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Post your PT score :lol:
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