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Old March 11th, 2010, 09:03 AM   #1
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Vet or not, I hope the BATFE gets involved and locks this mofo up for a LONG time if he is found guilty.
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Old March 11th, 2010, 07:22 PM   #2
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http://www.armytimes.com/news/2008/1...osives_122408/

That guy was in my squad when I first arrived at my unit.(Bco 2-327IN 101AB) He was a real dirtbag. Shortly after we deployed to Iraq in Sept. 2005 he was moved to Charlie company. He spent the rest of the deployment as a radio jockey in their CP on the night shift. Guy was in six years and had constant problems, even demoted on a number of occasions. His Mom was apparently friends with some Rep., so whenever he'd get into trouble She'd cause a ruckus with command. The guy was a real manchild with a bad case of ADHD.

Oh, he was moved to another company after the squad pulled him out of his bunk and slapped the crap out of him. He refused to get out of bed and pull his guard shift, or do anything for that matter. So the next day him and his bags were packed into a HMMWV and shipped back to the FOB. I think the he had a total of 3 field grade article-15s on top of a load of company level stuff.
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That guy was in my squad when I first arrived at my unit.(Bco 2-327IN 101AB) He was a real dirtbag. Shortly after we deployed to Iraq in Sept. 2005 he was moved to Charlie company. He spent the rest of the deployment as a radio jockey in their CP on the night shift. Guy was in six years and had constant problems, even demoted on a number of occasions. His Mom was apparently friends with some Rep., so whenever he'd get into trouble She'd cause a ruckus with command. The guy was a real manchild with a bad case of ADHD.

Oh, he was moved to another company after the squad pulled him out of his bunk and slapped the crap out of him. He refused to get out of bed and pull his guard shift, or do anything for that matter. So the next day him and his bags were packed into a HMMWV and shipped back to the FOB. I think the he had a total of 3 field grade article-15s on top of a load of company level stuff.
Wow, Small world eh?
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Yea, sure is. We all had a good laugh when that one hit the papers.
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