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Old 11-08-12, 05:24   #11
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Thank you for your service! 23 years is quite a sacrifice.
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Old 11-09-12, 20:37   #12
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Thanks for the replies guys,...

Guess i didn't do a very good on the risk assessment, as 2146 miles in 34 hours, SOLO.... Must say i am a bit tired!
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Old 11-11-12, 21:24   #13
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Old 11-12-12, 12:48   #14
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on retirement and thank you for your service. I know the feeling well, I retired 3 yrs ago from the Army with 20 yrs, 6 mo and 5 days.

But whos counting......

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Congrats for retirement! thank you for your service

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Haha, I remember the morning I went to Admin to pick up my DD 214....I felt like a kid on Christmas....although, I quickly came to the realization that my two months of terminal was over...which was kind of sad. Terminal was pretty much the best time ever. Hah. Congrats brother.
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Glad you made it out in one piece. Enjoy your military retirement! Taking a break from KF?
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Congrats!
And Thank You for your service
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Congrats! 23 years is a long time! "Free" is the perfect way to describe it! I'm about to finish my 4th year and that still feels like an eternity. I should be getting out but with the way advancement is going the Navy seems to be trying to dig its claws into me and keep me in.

Once again Congrats!
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