If it comforts you a little, it seems to be a global thing, lol :) (it happens here too)
Maybe you'll consider cross-training when you evaluate what you want to do next after this deployment ;) We DO get pampered here in the AF world compared to the other services.
well, thats a bummer! oh well remember keeping up with the "jones" isn't worth your time, lol:)
lol. oh, the spoiled life of an air force soldier.
USAF, the only way to go. LOLI love you,Dad
I don't think I ever mentioned my own father is a spoiled Air Force brat. He lived in the good housing too. (What a princess!)
Yes, and when it snows in the winters, their roads get sanded, and ours -- do not =).Thanks for stopping by to say hello.
This is my first visit to your blog and I will return to read you again soon! Thank you for stopping by my little piece of the blogosphere and leaving a comment...I do agree with you completely...'HE's' are not our only heroes! Above all, I thank YOU for your service!!!~AM
Thank you for stopping by my blog - I've spent the morning reading your most delightful blog! I will add you to my reading list! If you need anything (mail?), please don't hesitate to ask - my email is on my profile!Thank you for all you do for all of us!
Thank you for all that you do and for stopping by my blog.Hugz,Tamiaka:aam
If it comforts you even more the AF had better accommodations even when I was in the Army. That was about 40 years ago. They are sooo spoiled, I agree. Thank you for stopping by my blog Mark 1:11. I shall be following your deployment. By the way was that an Airborne patch I saw on your shoulder?They call me PopsBless you and your unit.
Oh, by the way. Airman Mom is a super lady. We have been blogging for quite a while. Pops
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