Graduated BAC

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Graduated BAC

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Graduated BAC today. Cant wait to get some real PT though. I really cannot wait to go to RIP. Well i get picked up in a half hour for RIP hold. I apolgize for such a short sitrep.

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That's a great SITREP. Never, never quit!!!
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Congratulations, Airborne! 8)

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Congrats, young trooper! Good luck at RIP.
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Way to go, Airborne.
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Airborne pick up used to be so much fun ...... :twisted:

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Congrats young Paratrooper.
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Well Rangers I can say that RIP pick-up was extermely fun and exciting. Four people just quit through the process of getting our linens which lasted a lot longer that it should of :twisted: Two others quit because the sargent said he guarenteed Italy... Yeah right

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steven11 wrote:Well Rangers I can say that RIP pick-up was extermely fun and exciting. Four people just quit through the process of getting our linens which lasted a lot longer that it should of :twisted: Two others quit because the sargent said he guarenteed Italy... Yeah right

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Your back on the net quick ......they must be slipping at RIP if you can focus on a computer screen.
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rgrpuck wrote:
steven11 wrote:Well Rangers I can say that RIP pick-up was extermely fun and exciting. Four people just quit through the process of getting our linens which lasted a lot longer that it should of :twisted: Two others quit because the sargent said he guarenteed Italy... Yeah right

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Your back on the net quick ......they must be slipping at RIP if you can focus on a computer screen.
Roger that CSM, it doesn't sound like 'linen pick up' lasts nearly as long as it used to.... :twisted: :lol: :lol:

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