Monthly Archives: January 2006

JRTC

I’m leaving for JRTC (Joint Readiness Training Center) in Ft. Polk, Louisiana tomorrow. Wish me luck as we get our asses handed to us by the best opfor in the world.

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Army Speak

One of the hardest things about training up and being in constant Army surroundings is the lack of things to talk about when you call home. Most people, unless they are prior service, have no idea what the heck you … Continue reading

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Wet Feet

I’m at the ECP by 0530. It starts raining (pouring) promptly at 0600. My brand spankin new waterproof Desert Boots are soaking wet by 0645. I have over 5 hours left in my shift. Another wonderful start to a wonderful … Continue reading

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Charlie Foxtrot

Today is definitely a Charlie Foxtrot Day. Normally I would say it’s a Golf Foxtrot day, but that was yesterday during the battalion exercise. An extra 10 points to anyone who can figure out what those terms mean. :)

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Craziness

Things have been absolutely crazy around here lately. Between all the different missions we have going on, we’re on 24 hour call. That pretty much means you only sleep when you can. I should be sleeping right now and making … Continue reading

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Trendy

Ok, I’ll admit it, I went ahead and did it. I joined myspace. Why? Cause a few of my log rolling friends are on there, as well as my fiancee. Go ahead, call me trendy, tar and feather me and leave me … Continue reading

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