Thread: So long, y'all

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    Default So long, y'all

    On Monday, I am off to Air Force Basic Training. I'll be down in Texas for quite some time, and probably won't be getting on a computer until July or August.

    I guess I'll have a little catching up to at that point, eh?
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    Drop me a line at safd46truck@yahoo.com Bozz, we'll meet up after you grad. Good Luck!

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    Bozzman, I can't believe you're heading out. Seems like it was yesterday when we were down in NYC, PG and PA. Stay safe down there bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Res343cue
    Bozzman, I can't believe you're heading out. Seems like it was yesterday when we were down in NYC, PG and PA. Stay safe down there bro.
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    Take care and good luck. I'm sorry I didn't get to meet up with you guys on your road trip.
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    wow can't believe its already that time. Be careful out there
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    Do you know what the difference is between Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Coast Guard and Air Force boot camps?


    When a Marine Boot is told he will be going on a 20 mile hike through the rain, they say "thank you, Drill Sergeant! We love this S***! Can we go 30?"

    When an Army Boot is told he will be going on a 20 mile hike through the rain, they say "thank you, Drill Sergeant! We love this S***!"

    When Navy and Coat Guard Boots are told they will be going on a 20 mile hike through the rain, they say "thank you, Chief! We love this S***"

    When an Air Force Boot is told he will be going on a 20 mile hike through the rain, they say "What is this S***!"

    Just kidding, Bozz... good luck and thank you for your service!
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    Good luck Bozz and stay safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainGonzo

    When an Air Force Boot is told he will be going on a 20 mile hike through the rain, they say "What is this S***!"

    Just kidding, Bozz... good luck and thank you for your service!

    Hoorah! ain't the Air Force great.

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    Bozz, good luck and have fun!
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    So long, Bozz, .. and er .. welcome. LOL

    Contact 46, and maybe he'll let me know, .. and we can have a brew.
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    Good luck bozz..........I'm sure Fire Truck Chuck will reserve your spot for ya.

    Have Beef bless you before you leave....

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