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Discussion in 'The OT' started by Supramom2000, May 18, 2013.
Happy Armed Forces Day! And thank you to all who served and continue to serve.
Thanx for the reminder, Mom. And many thanx to those who served, are serving and will serve. To anyone considering enlisting, the years I served were the most interesting years of my life, don't miss the opportunity. It's really a life changing experience.
i could definitely say the same thing about my almost 11 years active duty.
Life got kinda boring when you got out, didn't it?
The best years of my adult life were the twenty five years I served in the Army.
thanks. 20 year Navy Veteran here.
well, it was difficult decideing what to wear to work every day, lol!
Growing up I had very little exposure to the service except for what I saw on tv.
Then I found my birth family.
My father was career Navy. My mother was a Marine. I had one half-brother in the Navy (Desert Storm era) and one who discovered he had a hole in his heart when he took the physical to join the Air Force.
I had a grandfather in the Army and an uncle in the Air Force.
In an instant, I discovered I was surrounded by veterans. To say that I developed new understandings would be an understatement.
...and now I work for the Department of the Air Force.
It's brought a whole new understanding to me and I'm grateful for that.
djlong - that is a pretty impressive military family! I'm glad you found your family and that you are proud of them. It sounds like the genetics passed their way down to you as well -working for the Air Force. :righton: