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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-08-2020, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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train train train train that all we did.

In CG we would do more training than rescues. Constant.... However when the time came we would just act naturally. You will notice this after you depart the military... sheeeeet will hit the fan and you will from your prior training just resolve it right there.

Back in 1991 I was fishing with my son. we stopped in a Flickdonalds to eat. McDonalds parking lot... Guys car caught on fire. I lay my hamburger down on the dash. Walk out of the car. They are all standing around the engine area just looking at the guys car burn under the hood. I took of a vest I got in Goodwill. smothered the fire engine and walk away to my vehicle and continue to eat my cheese hamburger... I said nothing to no one not the people with their mouths open and not even my son..

I am sure your training in the military just kicks in. Sometimes you don't know it but it's just taken care of like the blink of an eye. I am sure this has happened to many of you after you departed the military.. Ah the young of America so sad they didn't go into one of the 6 Armed Forces. Yes 6 the Space Service now is now a part of our military service..
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Worst thing the U.S. did was do away with the draft. These kids nowadays need to see how the rest of the world gets by to learn how good it is here. Instead, they whine about what the DON'T have and why they should get Participation Trophies.
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