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Re: What happened to old?

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11-15-2012 19:21:57

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Greetings Old,

I was a ground pounder,

so you have knowledge I don't.

I appreciate the briefing, tho.

Takes all branches workin together to make anything happen,

so I won't hold it again ya, ha ha ha ha ha.

Thanks for coverin Army's butts,

couldn't get the job done without ya.

Thanks for your service, Sir.

On Edit--saw this post and thought somethin had happened. I've got good advice from ya, not ready to lose ya yet...carry on.
This post was edited by dbernie at 19:30:23 11/15/12.

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11-15-2012 19:39:17

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 Re: What happened to old? in reply to dbernie, 11-15-2012 19:21:57  
Well if things hold true to what my parents lived to and my grand parents I have many many many more years. My grand father lived to be 95 on my mothers side and on my dads side to 80. My mom is still alive and pushing hard on 90 at this time and lives alone all be it close to me as in less then a mile. As for the military I spent the first few years in sub service but could not handle the lack of sun light so got out of it and went to an air craft carrier CV67 and the USSBN633. 1974-1980

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