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    Had put together a nice, neat blog for you and it got dumped so just going to stick in my notes here and go to bed.  It is a critical review on a popular David Barton production.  He starts out by twisting some facts to stress how Christian our forefathers were.  He points out that mo...
  • October 12
    Posted by Mttsembach
    I lived at Lakenheath AFB in the early 70's and remember walking to school from the new housing south of the base. We used to stop a a little candy stand on our way home...Mom hated that because we asked for money to buy sherbert straws all the time. I can remeber playing soccer and when we came bac...
  • October 12
    Posted by Mttsembach
    Any Homestead AFB Brats out there? I used to live at Homestead AFB in the early 70's and loved to go swimming at the base pool...You had to buy a membership and get a little patch that mom had so sew on to your swim trunks. I used to swim all day and after 10:00 they had sweet rolls available to bu...
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    Posted by Mttsembach
    Howdy all You Sembach AFB Brats!!! Does any one out there remember the early morning bus rides in the dark to school singing the "We Are The Tiger's" song? I used to ride the bus with my sister so early in the morning from Alsenborne to Sembach AFB to school and can remember singing the "We Are Ti...
  • October 4
    Posted by Sargesbrat
    Kurdistan is not a country.      Wikipedia:       Kurdistan (About this sound (listen) (help·info) "Land of the Kurds";[3] also formerly spelled Curdistan;[4][5] ancient name: Corduene[6][7][8][9][10][11][12]) is a roughly defined geo-cultural region wher...

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  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat STATE OF ARIZONA
    • 11 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa "Badges, Badges? We don't need no stinkin' badges!"
      • 1 hour ago
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat wrote a new blog entry:
    • 16 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat Here's your link -- http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=FBBBJFNU
      • 16 hours ago
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat Iraq is justifiable for nuclear use if there ever was any.  Neither side is worth a damn and the Curds are up wind.  Yes, I'm sick of the place.  No boots on the ground means NOBODY'S boots on the ground.   ...Where did I put my pills?
    • October 19
    • Sargesbrat
      Wolf <> Intelligent isolationism though perhaps difficult to watch the ensuing global suffering that would entail would w/o a doubt if nothing else force foreign Earthly citizens to reboot its attitude towards this nation... Problem is our petri dish of ...  more
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa Yea, what Wolf said!
      • October 19
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat Yes, petri dish. Always room for Jell-o
      • 17 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat You know, isolationism might be a better route as Wolf proposes (I think.) Let the cancer fester and grow. The closer European countries would get the worst of it. That will teach them that they can no longer suck off of our lives and treasure. WWII ...  more
      • 10 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa Much of Europe will be muslim within 25 years, thy are going to out-breed the Europeans.
      • 1 hour ago
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat Arizona just realized that requiring a concealed weapon permit was infringing on the rights to bear arms.  Now a weapon can be carried any way one wants.  Now we can tell the bad guys "Yes, I'm excited to see you and, no, that's not a banana in my po...  more
    • October 19
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa Come on TX, get on the bandwagon!
      • October 19
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat Arizona vs. Texas like In-'n-Out Burger vs. Big Mac
      • 16 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat Oh, Wolf, not to leave out New Mexoco. Last week, AZ approved gay marriage.
      • 16 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat Also, bratdawn, re: Friday's chat. In my book, gay is okay. Dems are perverts.
      • 16 hours ago
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa Oh John, we love your feminine side.
      • 1 hour ago
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Don't Mess With Texas!
    • October 18
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> More times than not i feel like i'm living ina nation that's one gigantic tee ball game where everything dribbles, muffs, strike-outs, boinks on the noggin, skinned knees & good plays rate a rousing cheer so's the kiddo's maintain mental stabili...  more
      • October 19
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa The Law of Diminished Expectations, Wolf, or The Peter Principle at its zenith.
      • October 19
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat Had a zenth once. It was black and white
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> Read " The Peter Principle" way back when for some economics course or another Terry... Have long since discovered you've gotta have a peter to exercise any principles and that leaves out soooo many/
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa No other administration in history, or in the future I think can compare with this one in following the Peter Principle " People will rise to their level of incompetence". If there has ever been a better example, tell me.
      • 1 hour ago
  • bratdawn
    bratdawn Hi Everyone! Just wanted to let you know I am home. I was rejected, doc says it would be too risky. He didn't say whether or not something came back in my bloodwork (or NOT in the bloodwork( that made him changed  his mind. My self thinks Someone else had...  more
    • October 15
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    • bratdawn
      Sargesbrat God is your doctor? Does he take Blue Cross?
      • October 15
    • bratdawn
      JuJu God is the best doctor, John.
    • bratdawn
      Sargesbrat If he's a better doctor, then he is not covered by Obama Care. Sure glad I have Blue Cross. You think the cross will get me a discount?
      • October 19
    • bratdawn
      retcolusa With your lifestyle, not a chance, John.
  • CarolGardnerElg
    CarolGardnerElgFace Book Member: I have been looking for friends from the 60s Ft Leonard Wood Mo and Ft Belvoir Va
    • October 12
    • CarolGardnerElg
      bratdawn Dad was at bootcam at Leonardwood 62.. I hadn't been born yet. Didn't get here until 65!
      • October 15
  • Sargesbrat
    SargesbratScouting with the Military: Notice why he never got his Totin' Chip ?
    • October 12
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat Was with my tailor getting my new OBAMA SUIT fitted.
    • October 12
    • retcolusa and JuJu like this.
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat Great suit. One size fits all. Makes sure boots don't touch the ground. If you want your underwear, you can keep your underwear. The borders are a little messy but easy to get into. Asked them if I saw any germs coming my way, could I just take it of...  more
      • October 15
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Which one of the following is a Rat Fink for missing the chat last night?
    1.  Sargesbrat
    2.  Sargesbrat
    3.  Sargesbrat
    • October 11
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Reminder to Sargesbrat and others with memory deficits, the chat is Friday night, 9PM ET
    • October 8
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat Ordered a copy of O'Reilly's  book on Patton from Amazon ($18.)   Anybody read it yet?
    • October 4
    • Sargesbrat
      JuJu I have...interesting.
    • Sargesbrat
      Wolf <> Just a synopsis and accounts of the Patton mystery by other authors John... I think you'll find the premise quite interesting as well as probable/
      • October 5
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat The book arrived. Why didn't you tell me there were no pictures? Reading that much always makes my jaw sore. When does the record version come out?
      • October 19
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat Sorry.  Released the Kurdistan blog before it was complete.  Those who read it might want to go back and see if they picked up the ending.  It has most of the pertinent information that pertains to what is going on today.  It is a truly unique situation t...  more
    • October 4
    • Sargesbrat
      bratdawn It's just an openended story....we get to fill in the blanks! :) Missed ya Friday nite bro!
      • October 15
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat wrote a new blog entry:
    • October 4
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat This would be a great place for Obama to go and create his new world order. On second thought, they have enough problems of their own right now.
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa Yea, that's all they need.
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa All ya'll don't forget the chat tonight!  Are you listening, John??
    • October 3
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa Could be a Whooppeee! John
      • October 5
    • retcolusa
      bratdawn Over yonder is the holler.
      • October 15
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat Is there a crick?
      • October 15
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa Only if you actually participate in the chat, John, then you get one in your neck.
      • October 15
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat From looking over my shoulder? Strike three for the homophobe !
      • October 19
  • Sargesbrat
    Sargesbrat wrote a new blog entry:
    • October 2
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa Try them by military tribunal. If convicted, they serve their sentences, and if not sentenced to death or life they are released after they complete their sentences - no different than we did with the Germans and Japanese after WWII
      • October 2
    • Sargesbrat
      Wolf <> I watch all the aforementioned as routinely as possible John... Waters world can be a hoot if viewed in a sedate frame of mind, it does very little however to assuage my WTF are these people really allowed to drive, procreate & vote state of being/
      • October 2
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat --retcolusa > Tribunal is something that you would be a top expert. If you think it would hold up to future politicians shenanigans, then that would be fine with me. I am more afraid of these guys than JuJu after she discovered you using her riding ...  more
      • October 3
    • Sargesbrat
      Sargesbrat --Wolf > You must have sharp ears. I say the same thing: "These people are allowed to reproduce?" is my favorite comment during his show. This is why I was so caught off guard when the "catch and release" question was brought up. It gave a whole ...  more
      • October 3
    • Sargesbrat
      retcolusa The wrong people are being aborted.
      • October 3
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Yea, that's a great idea, let's cut military pay, benefits and support.
    Pentagon Promises to Try to Cut Pay and Benefits Again | Military.com
    • October 1
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> With moral & trust at an all time low, the ship as most people know it about to go ass over teakettle, yep, what an excellent time to slice gaping holes in the life rafts/
      • October 2
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa Stupid is as stupid does, and man do we have some stupid people in charge right now.
      • October 2
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> If the ramifications of their imbalance was limited to self and any dim bulbs willingly drawn along i'd enjoy watching the comedy Terry... Like the "Old Man" taught though, don't let the dangerous ones suck you in like a dumb-ass follower - Limi...  more
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa wrote a new blog entry:
    • October 1
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    • retcolusa
      retcolusa Sorry for the spacing problems, it would not let me correct them.
      • October 1
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> Heartwarming to see some other facetious cynics on the continent, though knowing AmeriKana as it exists some of those emails were undoubtably ass backward sincere >> Truly amazing that with endless troubling crisis this is the chicken-sh*t ...  more
      • October 1
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat This is such an excellent way to state the obvious issue. The political arena picks the social more subjects du jur and then pontificate profusely for no other reason than to gain attention. On this issue, we have yet to hear from the overall Native Am...  more
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Do you hear the fiddle?  ISIS is less than 5 miles from the center of Baghdad, and Sergeant Schultz is fiddling.  The city will fall within 7-10 days without "boots on the ground".  That of course is not going to happen, so say goodbye to Baghda...  more
    • September 30
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> Chill >> The same power structure that has been so spot on to date have it on good authority not to worry >>> Now don't you feel so much better about the shameful fiscal, body count, mental and physical waste, internal homeland sec...  more
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat Frankly, I don't feel the warmth for Iraq and never have. Honestly, the only concern is that the more ISIS takes, the more we have to eventually clean up...if we go in. They are headed for Iran and Kuwait. How much do we worry about Iran? Kuwait? Wh...  more
      • October 2
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> Methinks if someone doesn't get honest & serious about catastrophic infectious desease it'll all be backburner bigger more immediate fish to fry moot point anyway/
      • October 2
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat --Yeh, Wolf, hasn't anyone thought of using quarantine? Face it, all our leaders are OTL.
      • October 3
  • Wolf
    Wolf <> Yeah i'm jaded towards all aspects of my namesake <> With respect to agrarians who might argue to the contrary & the somewhat elementary narrative, at the very least the footage is pretty cool >> Solid reminder that the natural co...  more
    • September 28
    • Wolf
      retcolusa Now you've done it, John, that WAS our little secret. Now you will face the wrath of JuJu for leading me estray.
    • Wolf
      JuJu Pole dancer? Terry was with me all evening, Ya'll are so silly.
      • September 29
    • Wolf
      Sargesbrat Saved by the Belle !
    • Wolf
      Wolf <> Haaa !!!... Somebodys tongue or fingertips are always gonna getcha dusted unless you do stuff by yourself Terry, but i've got your back, we were side by side serving and passing out rosaries at the soup kitchen JuJu/
    • Wolf
      retcolusa Amen Brother Wolf.
      • September 30
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Here's the first 4 of your 72............
    • September 26
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa Hey Sargesbrat, you gonna be AWOL again tonight????
    • September 26
    • retcolusa
      JuJu True, Wolf......but I can assure you that they are NOT scared of me. :-)
      • September 28
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa I see ya'll have heard of The Mouse That Roared!
      • September 28
    • retcolusa
      JuJu I have not roared. I am very soft-spoken.
      • September 28
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa My mom didn't roar either and was soft spoken, but when she talked, I listened! Same-o, same-o
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat Be wery, wery careful...
      • September 29
  • retcolusa
    retcolusa wrote a new blog entry:
    • September 25
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    • retcolusa
      JuJu Exactly.
      • September 25
    • retcolusa
      Wolf <> Short of endless rounds of proper protocol vs a non mandatory fairly recent tradition only, a salute given or returned ideally is a two way street of recognition to rank and respect (heavy emphasis on respect)... Putting this scenario into prope...  more
    • retcolusa
      retcolusa Yea, what Wolf said!
      • September 26
    • retcolusa
      Sargesbrat yeh. Non-sequiturd.
  • RandyHolmes
    RandyHolmes wrote a new blog entry:
    • September 24
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    • RandyHolmes
      JuJu He was a hero...
    • RandyHolmes
      retcolusa Thank God for men like him.
    • RandyHolmes
      gregkerr Can't imagine having to go into captivity twice! What a strong will the man must have had to survive both.
    • RandyHolmes
      Sargesbrat The best scoutmaster I ever knew was an Air Force pilot. This was prior to Nam being an issue although things had started at the time. Do not know what happened to him. His dream was to establish a boys town in the Northwest after retirement. His wif...  more
  • JuJu
    JuJu Did Ya'll see our illustrious so called commander in chief on the news getting off Marine One and saluting the Marine guard with A styrofoam coffee cup in his saluting hand?   He could have at least put the coffee cup in his other hand before saluting.  T...  more
    • September 24
    • RandyHolmes likes this.
    • JuJu
      RandyHolmes Even a person who has not served in the military should show proper respect and observe military protocol.
    • JuJu
      duncsbrat He didn't salute them he insulted them.
    • JuJu
      gregkerr A number of Presidents have acted similarly. I could almost excuse it if it were a case of a brand new president with no military background doing something wrong the first time..............but for crying out loud, they are greeted at the bottom of the r...  more
    • JuJu
      Sargesbrat Got to be the one that says the emperor wears no clothes here. Every time he does salute, my stomach turns. I see his salute as an insult that has the sincerity of a cat looking at a mouse. Most salutes, especially the real sharp ones, bristle with th...  more
  • duncsbrat
    duncsbrat HAHAHA you guys make me laugh.
    • September 24
    • duncsbrat
      Wolf <> You lost me/
      • September 24
    • duncsbrat
      retcolusa Wolf, see Sargesbrat's comment about the grease spot on her shirt, previous post picture with Richard Petty
      • September 24
    • duncsbrat
      retcolusa You need to join us on the Friday night chat - you'll split your sides!
      • September 24
    • duncsbrat
      Wolf <> Ahhh, thanks Terry, i missed the correlation/
      • September 25
  • RandyHolmes
    RandyHolmesDecommissioned Posts and Bases: Any one remember Burderop AFB in England? It was decommissioned around 1965. My father was stationed there. We lived there 59 to 62. A lot of Air Force brats were born there between 52 and 65.
    • September 20
    • RandyHolmes
      kurtrbtt I remember being at the base hospital there in fall 62 to have a finger fixed. We were north of there at RAF North Luffingham. At the time I was in 9th grade at RAF Molesworth
  • duncsbrat
    duncsbrat retcolusa....Sargesbrat probably has a hot date!
    • September 19
    • duncsbrat
      retcolusa At his age, he'll settle for room temperature with a strong pulse. :>)
      • September 20
    • duncsbrat
      Sargesbrat What's a pulse?
    • duncsbrat
      retcolusa Sorry, I know you are not accustomed to raising women's heart rates anymore.
      • September 22
    • duncsbrat
      Sargesbrat Hey, it's hard enough just keeping mine going.
  • RandyHolmes
    RandyHolmes posted a new classified listing:
    • September 19
    • RandyHolmes
      retcolusa Randy,
      Me esposa, "JuJu" has spent a lot of time in England both as a Brat and an adult..
    • RandyHolmes
      JuJu I went to RAF Burtonwood elementary school 1957-1959, and then London Central 1959-1960. Both of our sons graduated from Woodbridge American High School in Suffolk in the eighties. Landed at Fairford on a KC-135 tanker in 1983.
    • RandyHolmes
      Sargesbrat --Randy > Surprise! You have found THE place to share your experiences in GB. We have one member that decided to stay over there that we have not heard from in a while. Maybe you can drag him out from under his heather by sharing your stories with us.
    • RandyHolmes
      gregkerr Randy, my Dad was an Army Engineer assigned to SCARWAF during the years 1954-1957. His unit was building or lengthening runways for strategic bombers as the Air Force didn't have it's own engineers. Not sure what bases were involved as we lived on the eco...  more
    • RandyHolmes
      JuJu Greg,
      There were two bases near Wellingborough...RAF Chelveston, and RAF Podington.... Both in the north of
      England, no where near Fairford, which is further south.
  • JuJu
    JuJu Happy 72nd birthday, Ft. Hood.
    • September 18
  • JuJu
    JuJu Happy 67th birthday, U.S. Air Force!
    • September 18
  • duncsbrat
    duncsbratWolf: Wolf, where are you?  I just moved from Cloudcroft, NM and i have family in Las Cruces
    • September 17
    • duncsbrat
      Sargesbrat Yeh, Wolf, where are you? JuJu is looking for you too. You are a popular guy. (I wasn't here.)
    • duncsbrat
      Wolf <> Pretty much the Southern edge of The NorthCentral Mtn's >> If you make kind of a triangle between Santa Fe, Taos & Los Alamos just about right in the middle... Bordered by The Sangre de Cristo's, Jemez Mtn's and Barranca's, nearest town is ...  more
    • duncsbrat
      gregkerr Wolf, after a description like that I understand why you didn't rattle off the exact rural address...because you were afraid everyone would want to come live there too! Sounds beautiful!
      • September 27
  • duncsbrat
    duncsbrat has added a new profile photo.
    • September 16
  • gregkerr
    gregkerr I've got a question. Maybe you folks who served could answer my question. My question is inspired by the news that our government is sending 3,000 military personnel to west Africa to combat Ebola Virus, and my thoughts on how it seems our military is use...  more
    • September 16
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa Greg,
      The simple answer is, yes, you must do anything that you are ordered to do unless the order is illegal or violates regulations/policies.
      • September 16
    • gregkerr
      gregkerr Well that's sort of my question Terry, is combating disease legal?..and if so would it be legal to send personnel from other agencies? It just seems like where does one draw the line and who is the arbitrator who decides? I understand Ebola is considered ...  more
      • September 16
    • gregkerr
      Wolf <> The Oath of Enlistment is a world of diff. from whatever most gov. agencies disclaimers are signed by civilians Greg, clandestine, policing, security related as well as the hundreds of tri-letter (nobody knows what the hell they do) agencies i co...  more
      • September 16
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa It's clealy a smokescreen, Greg, to deflect attention away from hs miserable record, ISIS/Irac/Syria blunders and the impending (hopefully) overwhelming defeat for the Dems in Nov.
      • September 16
    • gregkerr
      Sargesbrat Greg > You know what the score is. All military personnel turn their lives over the people of the United States. They can do with them whatever they please as directed from the Commander in Chief on down to the dumbest, foulest piece of crap that ha...  more
      • September 18
  • morningstar12357
    morningstar12357 has added a new profile photo.
    • September 15
    • morningstar12357
      Wolf <> I'm guessing from your profile and the trees that might be Scofield barracks... My daughter just recently wrapped up a tour of duty there, i also did a very early and short schooling "57-58" at Ft. Ord/
      • September 15
  • Wolf
    Wolf As i was saying auf wiedersehens and signing off chat yesterday eve i caught a blurb about New Mexico chilies <> Did not catch the who or what and chat doesn't save that stuff... I think we were down to JuJu, Rick, Kurt & Terry at that point - I...  more
    • September 13
    • Wolf
      JuJu I must have missed that one....but I like New Mexico chilies.
      • September 13
    • Wolf
      retcolusa I think I left before you did, so I missed the blurb.
      • September 13
    • Wolf
      duncsbrat It's not just New Mexico chilies, it's HATCH, NM chilies that are the absolute best!
      • September 16
    • Wolf
      kurtrbtt Wolf. I can not tell a lie, it was I. Fresh New Mex Hatch cihilis are high on m,y list to aquire. Up in the frozen north we only get canned or frozen ones, Why don't you load up your bike and come on up north
    • Wolf
      Wolf <> Ok, gotcha Kurt >> No promises as i don't think dry ice and fresh chilies will make very copacetic travel companions but i might get a wild hair and ask for your mailing addy, in the mean time tis the harvest season and will think about you...  more
      • September 17
  • PureStrife
    PureStrife Hello again!  I'm back for a little bit. A quick update:  my cousin who went to basic last year has been in Afghanistan since June. He's doing alright from what he tells me.  Just misses home and "American cigarettes".  My baby is 3 and potty tr...  more
    • September 11
    • PureStrife
      retcolusa Glad you're back.
      • September 11
    • PureStrife
      JuJu Welcome back... Good to hear from you.
      • September 11
  • bratdawn
    bratdawn I seem to be missing a blog or two...one in particular I'm looking for, I cannot find, and some of the ones I did find seemed to be dated incorrectly. I know I wrote it either early this year, or late last year, and it's dated 2010! It's about a song that...  more
    • September 10
  • JohnWilhite
    JohnWilhiteScouting with the Military: Is anyone here active in Scouting, today?
    • September 8
    • JohnWilhite
      Sargesbrat --Wolf > Any possibility you were smoking them ?
      • September 13
    • JohnWilhite
      Wolf <> Does having an oft not understood imagination, seeing people in vivid color cartoon form & still occasionally communicating with Jesus in the palm of my right hand answer your question John ?/
    • JohnWilhite
      Sargesbrat --Wolf > My man, you hadd a whole new dimension to Scouting. Maybe you should have been a Rainbow Girl.
      • September 18
    • JohnWilhite
      Wolf <> "Rainbow Girl." ... Sure John, that would be right in keeping with my prized Rainbow Flag/
      • September 18
    • JohnWilhite
      Sargesbrat Yep
      • September 18
  • Robert1941
    Robert1941Scouting with the Military: Wow - bringing back many memories!  I've been a Cub and Boy Scout in more than a few different places but my most remembered Scouting experiences were when my family spent three years in West Germany - 2 years in Heidelberg (USAREUR Hqs and my introductio...  more
    • September 7
    • Robert1941
      retcolusa Robert, good to see you active on the site again.
      • September 7
    • Robert1941
      Sargesbrat --Robert--You sure know how to live. Thank you for sharing your beautiful Scouting experiences that are unique to brats. That's what I'm talking about. How about some tips on making breads over a campfire? Is the Dutch oven really an oven?
      • September 8
    • Robert1941
      Wolf <> Fond memories of cultural as well as student educational exchanges/
      • September 8
  • ricklingenfelter
    ricklingenfelter has added a new profile photo.
    • September 6
  • ricklingenfelter
    ricklingenfelter has added a new profile photo.
    • September 5
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    • ricklingenfelter
      Sargesbrat You never looked better
      • September 6
    • ricklingenfelter
      retcolusa Why did you hang it upside down? :>)
      • September 6
  • bratdawn
    bratdawn Set alarm!
    • September 5
    • bratdawn
      Sargesbrat I even changed the batteries and it didn't do any good so I knocked it off the ceiling and stomped on it till its little red eye went out. So there!
      • September 6
    • bratdawn
      Wolf <> Damn John was that an alarm clock or didja go a few rounds with a Japanese robo-bat ?/
  • Wolf
    Wolf Friday new 2100 Eastern time chat reminder... I'll certainly try to be there/
    • September 5
  • gregkerr
    gregkerr wrote a new blog entry:
    • August 31
    • gregkerr
      Wolf <> Makes one wonder doesn't it Terry ?, is there some kind of integrity robbing gamma ray surrounding the DC Beltway >> Or worse yet be it civilians or military professionals just how much damage have these men caused in their career wide low ...  more
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa Bingo my Bro Wolf. One glaring positive example is Gen. Stanley McChristal, who retired rather than implement a losing strategy in Afghanistan. Sergeant Schultz reportedly said to him, " I suppose you will want to piss on my grave' He is reported to ha...  more
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa Here's the thing. No 4 Star general is ever going to make 5 stars short of total war. What the hell do they have to lose? That's why the motto of West Point is, "Duty, Honor, Country", not "I will blindly obey an idiot".
    • gregkerr
      Sargesbrat Greg -- Predicted a long time ago nothing would be done about the Ukraine. Quit drinking the Kool-Aid, guys. We got bigger fish to fry. Most are in our own back yard.
      • September 4
    • gregkerr
      Wolf <> Yeah, i think that's pretty much been proven as a falsity on an old joke Terry but i'll take the point made, recognize the night & day character differences and would like to have been a fly on the wall during near end conversations/
  • gregkerr
    gregkerr wrote a new blog entry:
    • August 31
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa This is exacly what happens when Sergeant Schultz goes off his teleprompter - total and complete incompetence.
      • September 1
    • gregkerr
      Sargesbrat You think someone told him these fund raisers were for HIS re-election and that's why he cuts is golf games short to go do them?
      • September 2
  • gregkerr
    gregkerr Americans can be such political sheep. It is looking like Obama is going to hold off pushing immigration reform until after the November midterm elections because a number of Democratic Senators and Representatives who are running or up for re-election, f...  more
    • August 30
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
      • August 31
    • gregkerr
      Wolf <> Surely you'd rather see the entertainment of political games played while we, our children & childrens children's future gets flushed rather than admire creedence in oaths of office taken and concern of nat'l priorities//
      • September 2
    • gregkerr
      retcolusa Actually Wolf, I'd rather see these incompetent A-holes disappear.
      • September 3
  • KimSmith
    KimSmithFlorida Brats: Back in the '60's, Dad was at Tyndall at Weapons Controller School two different times (learning and teaching). Then Mom chose to stay there when Dad went to Vietnam (they had bought a house off-base). So, I spent my first grade at the on-base school and ...  more
    • August 30
    • KimSmith
      bratdawn We lived near the Pensacola NAS. Dad was going to school there. We lived off post, and went to school off post right down the block from the duplex we rented..loved going to the beach! We lost both our cat and dog in the month prior to us moving, and as w...  more
    • KimSmith
      bratdawn I guess I should have said 'Off Base" as it was a Naval Base. Guess it's the Army brat in me.
    • KimSmith
      KimSmith ;-) I knew what you meat. We used to drive over there for doctor checkups for my younger sister. She had some unusual form of bacterial arthritis as an infant at Clark AFB in the Philippines. I guess there was a doctor with more expertise on base at Pe...  more
      • September 10
  • jlamont
    jlamont I'm finishing a book I'm writing under contract on the role of American military families in the postwar occupation of Japan, a project I began more than a decade ago.  A number of fellow brats have written me of their experiences in Japan in the late 194...  more
    • August 30
    • jlamont
      gregkerr Jim, my uncle Bill Kerr ended WWII in the Pacific where he'd been on b-24 bombers. He stayed in after the war and in the later 40's was stationed in Japan. He ended up marrying a Japanese woman (my beloved Aunt Fuki) but that required not re-enlisting for...  more
      • September 2
    • jlamont
      Sargesbrat Greg -- You're killing me! What did she say? You ran out of room. Come back to the "Same Brat time and same Brat channel."
      • September 4
    • jlamont
      gregkerr Heavily accented English, my aunt said that her brother who was in the air force got to talking with Uncle Bill and to put it the way my Aunt put it.....".Every place my brother go...Bill come bomb.......my brother fly to new island...Bill come bomb. Bill...  more
      • September 4
  • Vann
    Vann Fia is back from Sweden. Yea!
    • August 15
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    • Vann
      Wolf <> Absence makes the heart grow fonder/
      • August 16
    • Vann
      retcolusa Help with the dogs!
      • August 16