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- August 7, 2016 at 5:11 pm #71873jtheaterParticipant
Well, the Air Force has said your time is done in AZ and it’s time for you to move. Moving 6 times in 20 years is pretty difficult on the family. I know from experience that I need to move my PC myself since they destroyed my last one. This should be my last stop before I finally retire.
I built my desk from scratch in 2011. It took me aound 5 months to complete since I was sent to school right in the middle of creating it. It had about 4 coats of lacquer on it, I wetsanded it so it had a black mirror finish. I spent hours upon hours on it between drying time and sanding. When they unloaded it of the moving truck when I first got here, the entire desktop was scratched like they dragged it across the concrete. I was at a loss for words.
Anyone else have any nighmares moving?August 7, 2016 at 5:21 pm #91689jtheaterParticipantAugust 13, 2016 at 4:52 pm #91892altereDadParticipant
Looks good. I’ve never used a mover. I’ve done the work myself. Any mistakes were my own.September 10, 2016 at 1:38 pm #92333Admin1Guest
Question is, where are yopu moving to ?September 11, 2016 at 11:02 am #92336Bob2701Member
I think he is on his way to Georgia Stan.September 12, 2016 at 8:21 am #92341YesParticipant
Been in the Canadian army over 34 years now and my father was in over 38 years. Growing up I got used to moving. Met alot of people, and left friends behind, but reconnected later in life. Its all part of the military, but takes a special family to endure as well.
Best of luck in your new home!September 12, 2016 at 9:22 am #92344killjoyjimMember
True. Mu youngest son Alex who is now 19 has been in the ARMY for two years now and has moved 3 time’s. He loves ithe ARMY.September 12, 2016 at 9:44 am #92345YesParticipant
I always looked at it as an adventure. growing up it was a huge geography lesson! We managed to see most of the country growing up, and visited almost all our relatives as well.October 11, 2016 at 9:31 am #93385RealNeilParticipant
I'm a military brat and our family (my father) was stationed all over the world. (Japan, Saudi Arabia, England, and Germany)
We met people from many cultures and made friends wherever we went. As long as you respect one another's viewpoints and keep religion out of the mix, it's easy to get along.October 13, 2016 at 8:26 pm #93393Admin1Guest
Neil, so how is it that you never enlisted ? They wouldn’t take me lol I think I was classified as a 4F or maybe 4H something like that it was over 45 years ago, so I really don’t remember..
All I remember was wal,king overthere with a couple of friends when we watched this guy jump off the overpass and in front lof a tractor trailer, man I’ll never forget the sound of hiom hitting the front of the trailer and his head rolling around on the ground. That was the first time I ever watched someone kill themselves .
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