Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Scholarship programs for Veterans and Wounded Troopers

Take time to pass the information onto our comrades in arms. This school has been providing resident and online programs to military members and families for years.

" Daddy, why is that girl wearing your Helmet?

"No reason Baby, I was just trying to do the right thing when nobody was looking"

My Kevlar and vest did smell good for a couple of days......

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTE: See comments for the good CSM's explanation of just who this was.


Blogger Major John said...

I think you should update the post and tell everyone who that is... heh heh.

8:15 PM  
Blogger Inner Prop said...

Dang CSM you sure look different! Changed somehow. I can't quite put my finger on it.

Yes. Do tell who that person is and why letting her wear your stuff was the right thing.

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Shelleigh said...

Yes! Do tell! Cuz I'll tell YOU somethin'... if that helmet and kevlar can make ME look that good, I am off like a dirty shirt to the Papago Armory for a helmet and kevlar!

12:11 PM  
Blogger Cowgirl said...

I agree, I wanna know more!

There are some that look good in a helmet and kevlar.

One of my friends reactions when I told her I was joing the ARNG -"But you're so pretty! If you wanna do something crazy, get married!"

1:06 PM  
Blogger CSMBones said...

O.K. here was the deal. We got one of the USO cheese cake visits I heard my Cousin who was in Vietnam talk so much about. Hooter girls actually came and visited the troops. JVB (Joint Visiors Bureau) came to me one morning and asked if I could provide their COBs (Civilians on the Battlefield)with some armor so they could go downrange and visit some FOBs (Forward Operating Base). I walked into the BDOC (Base Defense Operations Center) and explained our visitors problem. I explained that if the Troopers gave up their armor, they wouldn't have any if we were attacked. The ladies were with me and I got about have way through my risk assesment before we were weighed down with all the troopers gear. Of course my soldiers worked very hard in the fitting of said armor. This young COB got mine.

2:59 PM  
Blogger Major John said...

What dedication to duty! That's the way to live the Army Values.

7:49 PM  
Anonymous Shelleigh (Pixie) said...

Heck, Major John... that's a reason to join the ARMY!


;o) *wink, wink*

8:30 PM  
Blogger richard mcenroe said...

And who knew you could fit one E-9 and one Hooter Girl in a single vest?

7:05 PM  

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