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Stressless

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- vary nice.. been a fan of that channel for awhile.

Nobody grows up playing Air Force as a kid.

.Bullshit. Raised my son on the beach along the coast where I live (AFSOC) ... he glanced at Navy but went to the Zoo. (USAFA)
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giles

Village idiot and local whore
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He doesn't always think before he talks. He still has his Goose costume but won't admit his Navy affiliation.
 

Stressless

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SOCOM issued orders today to COL S. Claus, recalling him to active duty, assigned to JOINT TASK FORCE CHEER with a report date of 24 Dec 20.

A reservist, with 933 years of service, this airborne Soldier specializes in vertical delivery of high-value items (VD-HVI). He is airborne, HAHO/HALO, and air assault qualified. COL Claus received his COVID-19 Vaccination early in December, as a part of a pre-deployment Health Assessment (pre-DHA). COL Claus, a 46Q (Public Affairs Specialist) known for his rigorous ethical checklists, is the well qualified to lead JTF CHEER. His team at FOB North Pole have been performing OPE since 27 DEC 2019, and know OBJ SMILING CHILD’s every move.

Also recalled, were LTC Dasher, 1SG Dancer, MSG Prancer, MAJ Vixen, MAJ Comet, Chaplain (LTC) Cupid, SGT Donner, and PO1 Blitzen, an Individual Augmentee from the Naval Reserve, assigned to the Special Mission Unit executing TF CHEER. 2LT Rudolph is also authorized to report for duty; however, he must first successfully complete Land Nav training, which he twice failed.

Although the above troops are on orders for only 24 hours, it is anticipated that they will submit a travel claim for 24,901 miles at .56/mile, using a POV. Suitable Government transportation is not available. FFRDC experts supporting JTF CHEER received approvals from CEO Jason Providakas for their travel.

As a special operations team, each member is granted a high level of uniform flexibility, as well as relaxed grooming standards. Per diem has been modified to include large quantities of hot cocoa, cookies, carrots and apples.

P.S. – Remember the men and women of our Special Operations Forces, as they serve in far-away lands during this Holiday Season.

P.S.S – Call your swim buddy/battle buddy. This story was adopted from a post provided by 22 Until None, a non-profit organization whose mission it is to prevent warfighter and veteran suicide.
 
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Jackalope

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Was sitting out front on the swing this morning having coffee and a rumbling rolled in from way off in the gulf. It sounded like thunder but it was a clear morning. Then another came in not a second behind it. The windows in the house vibrated. Some flyboys were having fun this morning.
 

"J"

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Was sitting out front on the swing this morning having coffee and a rumbling rolled in from way off in the gulf. It sounded like thunder but it was a clear morning. Then another came in not a second behind it. The windows in the house vibrated. Some flyboys were having fun this morning.
Whatcha got close in the way of fighters?
 

Jackalope

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Whatcha got close in the way of fighters?

Keesler AFB is right down the road in Biloxi, the Pensacola Naval Air station is about two hours east, three hours to Eglin AFB, and Tyndal AFB about 4 hours. They all use the gulf to train and fire live munitions so who knows who it was or if it was a who. They've been testing some hypersonic ship missiles out there also. Looking on FB it was heard in an area about 50 miles wide along the coast. All of the bases are playing dumb. 😅.
 
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"J"

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Keesler AFB is right down the road in Biloxi, the Pensacola Naval Air station is about two hours east, three hours to Eglin AFB, and Tyndal AFB about 4 hours. They all use the gulf to train and fire live munitions so who knows who it was or if it was a who. They've been testing some hypersonic ship missiles out there also. Looking on FB it was heard in an area about 50 miles wide along the coast. All of the bases are playing dumb. 😅.
Deflect, deflect, deflect .....😂