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luvmysuper

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4 year Army veteran
Pre 911 until OEF
Army Signal Corps

I was an airborne radio operator then a satellite maintainer. I was at Ft Benning, Ft Gordon, Ft Carson, Ft Shafter, Wheeler airfield and Camp Smith MCB. ETS at E5

I had some fun at Gordon once upon a time. I got to play the Masters course while I was there.
 
Jim:
1. USA
2. US Army: 1979-2003
3. SFC / E-7
4. 92G40 (prior 94B), Senior Food Service Sergeant / 11B20 Infantry Sergeant

Operations:
Dessert Shield/Storm - Iraq
Provide Comfort - Northern Iraq
IFOR/SFOR - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Operation Joint Guardian - Kosovo

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I retired out of Fort Drum, NY (I was in 2-14 Inf Regt [Golden Dragons], 2nd Brigade Combat Team),...Hooah!!!
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"You will never know the true nature of your citizenship, until your nation calls you to Serve". CBJ
Thanks for defending us against that dread Chocolate cake army ;)
 

luvmysuper

Sentenced to 40 hours "Community Service"
Staff member
Jim:
1. USA
2. US Army: 1979-2003
3. SFC / E-7
4. 92G40 (prior 94B), Senior Food Service Sergeant / 11B20 Infantry Sergeant

Operations:
Dessert Shield/Storm - Iraq
Provide Comfort - Northern Iraq
IFOR/SFOR - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Operation Joint Guardian - Kosovo

$3.jpg

I retired out of Fort Drum, NY (I was in 2-14 Inf Regt [Golden Dragons], 2nd Brigade Combat Team),...Hooah!!!
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"You will never know the true nature of your citizenship, until your nation calls you to Serve". CBJ

“An army, like a serpent, goes upon its belly,”
- Frederic II of Prussia.

"Few men know how important it is in war for soldiers not to be kept waiting for their rations; and what vast events depend upon an army’s not going into action before it has had its coffee."
- Marshall McMahon

Upon being asked what a soldier most needed in war, Napoleon answered "A full belly and a good pair of shoes.”
 

The Count of Merkur Cristo

B&B's Emperor of Emojis
“An army, like a serpent, goes upon its belly,”
- Frederic II of Prussia.

"Few men know how important it is in war for soldiers not to be kept waiting for their rations; and what vast events depend upon an army’s not going into action before it has had its coffee."
- Marshall McMahon

Upon being asked what a soldier most needed in war, Napoleon answered "A full belly and a good pair of shoes.”
Jim:
+1...just like logistics in any Service...it's all about the 3 B's of taking care of Service members;

Beans 🫘
Bullets
& Blankets

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"All army's travels on its stomach". CBJ
 
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Very cool to see the badges back.

As a Reservist many years ago and growing up in PMQs (Dad was Air force), I know some (not all) of the sacrifices not only you, but your spouse's, family and loved ones have made over the years.

Thank you all for your service!
 
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