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  • #16
    Re: Army lessons/habbits that last a life time

    I am always, ALWAYS obnoviously early to everything.
    I backwards plan just about everything day to day
    I say trackin and check a lot, throw in a roger every once and awhile
    I use the phrase "hooah-as-****" and "highspeed" when reference things that are awesome

    I'm a little skewed though because most of my current friends are all prior/current army or ROTC. So we all do that kinda stuff

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    • #17
      Re: Army lessons/habbits that last a life time

      Years ago I worked a summer at a children's camp at church, and used 24-hour time on the schedules. The third graders figured it out in about 30 seconds, but six weeks later their parents were still baffled by the concept of subtracting twelve from a number larger than twelve.

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      • #18
        Re: Army lessons/habbits that last a life time

        Nice thread.
        I ear t to fast.
        Long sleeve shirts get. It toned 1st 3rd and 5th buttons, and buttons all face to the left.
        I ensure my belt buckle and buttons on shirt are in military alignment.
        I still shine my work shoes.
        I clip off Irish penance on my clothes.
        My kids stand at a position of attention when in time out.

        And more..

        Bry

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