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Old 09-04-2009, 01:10 PM   #11
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:52 PM   #12
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The Coast Guard had a training exercise.... for the hundredth time this year... but someone listening to a scanner heard someone say... "bang, bang" and thought they were shooting at a terrorist boat. Personally, my firearms make a slightly different report than that of "Bang, Bang"......I figure that this will be where Obama calls for the resignation of the Coast Guard Commanders and puts someone more capable of running that show.... like Bill Ayers.



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Old 09-19-2009, 10:29 PM   #13
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I once heard a story of a man that did not want to take sides in the Civil War (War Between the States). So he decided to put on gray pants and a blue coat to show his solidarity with both North and South.

The South shot at his heart and the North shot at his ass. Moral of this story is: Choose a side or take flack from every side.

My father was a patriot and I miss him a lot (God Rest his Soul). I joined the Army in 1976 but never really took it seriously until I became an NCO.

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I am an instructor for the NRA (Pistol/Shotgun)
I am an instructor for the Texas Private Security Bureau (Level III)
I am an instructor for the American Red Cross for CPR/AED/First Aid
I am an instructor for the Texas Commission for Fire Protection (Intermediate)
I am an instructor for the Texas Concealed Carry License Program
Currently a Commissioned Professional Firefighter
Currently a License Nurse
Currently an Emergency Medical Technician
Currently a License Amateur Radio Operator
I ride motorcycles and drive 18 wheelers for the local High School Band
Member of the Texas Tactical Police Officer’s Association
Member of the Texas Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Teams.

I use to be military police
I use to be a nurse in the U.S. Army.
I use to be Airborne Rangers.
I use to be an instructor for the NCOES: PLDC, BNCOC, ANCOC
I use to be a Trauma Team Leader in the ER at BAMC in San Antonio

I plan on retiring and opening a pistol/shotgun/rifle range in the Pittsburg, Tx area within the next few months.

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That's it?? I mean, you're talkin' over 30 years... doesn't seem you did all that much in THIRTY YEARS!?!

Which airborne ranger unit were you with??
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Old 10-13-2009, 07:43 AM   #15
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I once heard a story of a man that did not want to take sides in the Civil War (War Between the States). So he decided to put on gray pants and a blue coat to show his solidarity with both North and South.

The South shot at his heart and the North shot at his ass. Moral of this story is: Choose a side or take flack from every side.

My father was a patriot and I miss him a lot (God Rest his Soul). I joined the Army in 1976 but never really took it seriously until I became an NCO.

FYI:

I am an instructor for the NRA (Pistol/Shotgun)
I am an instructor for the Texas Private Security Bureau (Level III)
I am an instructor for the American Red Cross for CPR/AED/First Aid
I am an instructor for the Texas Commission for Fire Protection (Intermediate)
I am an instructor for the Texas Concealed Carry License Program
Currently a Commissioned Professional Firefighter
Currently a License Nurse
Currently an Emergency Medical Technician
Currently a License Amateur Radio Operator
I ride motorcycles and drive 18 wheelers for the local High School Band
Member of the Texas Tactical Police Officer’s Association
Member of the Texas Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Teams.

I use to be military police
I use to be a nurse in the U.S. Army.
I use to be Airborne Rangers.
I use to be an instructor for the NCOES: PLDC, BNCOC, ANCOC
I use to be a Trauma Team Leader in the ER at BAMC in San Antonio

I plan on retiring and opening a pistol/shotgun/rifle range in the Pittsburg, Tx area within the next few months.

Anything else you want to know? Just ask.
That is a lot of credits. I don't know much about the Army except they come in mass and roll over anything in front of them, much respect to the Army they know how to TCB. The Airborone Rangers that is a whole different group. All the same never heard a Ranger say they use to be. Much like the USMC once your in you are in for life. You might leave the service but your always a Ranger never heard a Ranger say they use to be.

Driving a driving 18 wheelers for the local High School Band. Most high school busses don't have that many wheels must be a big band/school.
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FYI: My father served in the Navy, Army, and Air Force (and.... I am a "Second Generation Paratrooper).
Why did he skip the USMC He could have got it all in one place. Dam the USMC recruiters.


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