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#836294 --- 07/05/08 08:44 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: Retired Soldier]
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To reveal you for what you are. A fraud, a cockroach on the bottom of a shoe dripping onto these pages.


He knows what you were implying. ;-) Must suck to be you. I love it when you try to attack my service.



Oh, by the way.

You claim to have been teaching 82cnd Airborne on Ft Drum ... There are none there , and have been no 82cnd Airborne anything training at Ft drum in the past ten years.

Figures, a fake officer would find a way to invent fake troops to fraudulently train.



Yeah, yer a real sweetheart of a wannab, rbser.
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#836315 --- 07/05/08 09:40 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: SkySoldier]
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Registered: 12/23/05
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I love showing how little you really know about the Army.
You don't know what you are talking about. The 82nd Airborne was playing the 4th Brigade of the 3rd Infantry Division which is one of the Brigades the 10th Mountain Division is commanding in Iraq as we speak.
Getting back to your service. It is you that lied about your service. You said that you wanted to go back to Vietnam but the Army wouldn't let you because of your disability. Obviously, that statement is not true. Either you didn't want to go back and were glad to ETS or they barred you from reenlistment because you were a troublemaking misfit. If you had been a good soldier and wanted to go back they would have reenlisted you and let you go back. Which was it?

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#836318 --- 07/05/08 09:51 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: Retired Soldier]
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Righhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhht. LOL




We believe you over the Commander of Ft Drum. Oh yeah.


Anyday! LOLOLOLOL! Oh and you were driven out of the service for having oral sex with a donkee.

Or was it just a doggie you had oral sex with?


Which was it?! \:\/
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#836329 --- 07/05/08 10:41 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: SkySoldier]
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Gentlemen is it necessary to desecrate a post
about a very good man, who is blind, with this fighting...
Make a special room for the carnage
and we will be glad to sit back and watch.
But, to offend an article about a Military man
who is driven is not a good thing.
Certainly you both have more tact than that...
I have spoken with both of you
and I know you are both good deep inside...
and NO I do not take sides here.

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#836331 --- 07/05/08 10:43 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: ]
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You are absolutely correct. It is a waste of time as well.

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#836347 --- 07/05/08 11:19 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Barbara
Personally, This soldier inspires me.
No matter what he is willing to fight for
his country and what he believes in...
joking about him is totally unnecessary.

This man should be applauded and honored..
Just like all of our service men and women
Past, present and future.


Amen to that, Barbara. No one could read about such devotion to duty and not be inspired.
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#836493 --- 07/06/08 03:05 PM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: Retired Soldier]
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Originally Posted By: Retired Soldier
So what then was the purpose of your post?



That this soldier has the pride, integrity and dignity and fits into the core values of the Army.

He just may be good for morale. Not only for himself but for others.

Too many people join the service and think that particular branch of the service should be giving them something when in reality that person will get out of it what he/she puts into it.
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Maybe we should chug on over to mamby pamby land...

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#836804 --- 07/07/08 01:06 AM Re: Blind Special Forces Officer Pushes Limits [Re: Taxpayer14456]
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We're in total agreement.

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