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  • #76
    Re: Afghanistan

    Originally posted by Chaplain4me
    I'm glad you all are not Field Grade strategists.

    Are you kidding me!? How about listen to the soldier who WAS THERE.

    No offense, but this is why most enlisted dislike officers. They know everything

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    • #77
      Re: Afghanistan

      Originally posted by Teuvil
      Are you kidding me!? How about listen to the soldier who WAS THERE.

      No offense, but this is why most enlisted dislike officers. They know everything
      Hey now I will have you know that I play command and conquer and am a veteran of Sid Meiers Civilization. So I think I know what I'm talking about! Haha

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      • #78
        Re: Afghanistan

        Originally posted by Teuvil
        Are you kidding me!? How about listen to the soldier who WAS THERE.

        No offense, but this is why most enlisted dislike officers. They know everything
        Just had to toss out the ole Spade Card. We used to have a post that made a arguement that your only a real soldier, if you have deployed. Lets not go down this road again. Its starts way too many off the subject topics and MOS fights, that Deadliest Warrior cant sort out.

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        • #79
          Re: Afghanistan

          Originally posted by Phantom
          Just had to toss out the ole Spade Card. We used to have a post that made a arguement that your only a real soldier, if you have deployed. Lets not go down this road again. Its starts way too many off the subject topics and MOS fights, that Deadliest Warrior cant sort out.
          That wasnt my point, you fart (bet no one ever called you that!)

          *edited*
          Not worth it. Phantom will yell at me.

          [specialist]
          92Y > 18X. Just saying. :P
          [/specialist]
          Last edited by Mr_Loki; July 27th, 2010, 05:39 PM.

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          • #80
            Re: Afghanistan

            The point is trust your leadership, NCO or Officer.
            Last edited by Chaplain4me; July 27th, 2010, 08:30 PM.

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            • #81
              Re: Afghanistan

              to be transparent.

              I skim read pretty much everything, which included that soldier's post.

              After a thurough read, I still disagree. We will go the distance, in my opinion, which doesn't count much. We could argue about what kind of distance we are talking about.

              It takes a lot of guts to be 11b, I think you misunderstood my intentions.

              If things are drawing down then why does end-strength continue to grow?
              Last edited by Chaplain4me; July 27th, 2010, 08:50 PM.

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              • #82
                Re: Afghanistan

                Where are the people that hold the signs on the side on the roads saying end the war in Iraq?

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                • #83
                  Re: Afghanistan

                  Originally posted by Chaplain4me
                  Where are the people that hold the signs on the side on the roads saying end the war in Iraq?
                  Their fierce moral urgency driving them to protest evaporated when President Obama was elected. It looks suspiciously like the protests were simply a reason to protest a president they didn't like.

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                  • #84
                    Re: Afghanistan

                    Chappy, Quit padding the post count by replying all those times in a row, you can make different paragraphs directed at different individuals if needed. This isnt your friggen diary of random nonsense, though some days, I actually understand atleast half of your babble

                    Keep it straight, state fact or justified opinion, but dont turn it into a potential political topic.

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                    • #85
                      Re: Afghanistan

                      Originally posted by Phantom
                      Chappy, Quit padding the post count by replying all those times in a row,
                      lol...he's been caught red-handed!

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                      • #86
                        Re: Afghanistan

                        Originally posted by SteveLord
                        lol...he's been caught red-handed!

                        That's my point exactly, padding using this thread is tactical, in the bigger area of operation to ultimately achieve my strategic plan: Senior Member Status. However, I operate on all three levels, due to gross understrength. Faliure, is not an option, over the top, I'm headed to 2,000.

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                        • #87
                          Re: Afghanistan

                          Originally posted by Chaplain4me
                          Where are the people that hold the signs on the side on the roads saying end the war in Iraq?
                          They are still there I can assure you of that but at the moment they are looking for work because thats now the top priority.

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                          • #88
                            Re: Afghanistan

                            Originally posted by Chaplain4me
                            They can always enlist.

                            After see the recent news regarding funding, I have questions of my own.
                            Hey now questioning is unpatriotic you should know that! Now shut your mouth!

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                            • #89
                              Re: Afghanistan

                              Originally posted by cyall
                              Their fierce moral urgency driving them to protest evaporated when President Obama was elected. It looks suspiciously like the protests were simply a reason to protest a president they didn't like.
                              Maybe because the current administration has announced an end and drawdown to the Iraq war.

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                              • #90
                                Re: Afghanistan

                                Originally posted by Bingo
                                Maybe because the current administration has announced an end and drawdown to the Iraq war.
                                Sure that's it.

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