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    AIM Pictures on The Day Site

    Thanks Boss. I shot about 70 mins of video until battery died. Once I get home will edit it down to shorter clips. Got AROW action, virtually enitire parade and some of graduation. I will try to post them up to a server to share, maybe by Sunday night. Advice for those heading out, this...
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    AIM Question

    Actually I take I-81 to Scranton then I-84 just North of Danbury. At that point you exit onto Rt 34 to New Haven to I-95. It takes about 45 -60 mins on Rt 34 which is single lane for the most part. But normally traffic moves pretty decently. Then it is a short drive up I-95. I used this...
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    AIM Question

    Well thanks for the congrats. Yes we just got back home from the little drive. Unfortunately he seems to be struggling a bit so far. Apparrently quite different from NASS. He so far is not a happy camper, I hope and pray that will improve as the week goes on.
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    AIM Question

    Sorry been away tending to a variety of other things. Including becoming a grand dad for the first time. Atleast it happened before my boy heads off to AIM on Friday. I think these were the factors in him "Not Breaking a Sweat". 1. He had been training prior to not hearing he was going...
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    Alaska Pics

    Agreed, looks like he had a blast. Nice pics. Thanks for sharing!
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    AIM Question

    Having lived in Providence several summers during my college time, I am familiar with NE summers. MD summers away from the water tend to be very hot and sticky:thumbdown: , but we survive. Thinking about letting him camp outside the week before, since the CGA isn't soft enough to have A/C...
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    AIM Question

    He is happy to be in Session II, starting July 15. Funny you should mention "Semper Gumby". One of the things he got at kick out of at NASS was the Gumby Cadence. But always flexible, think he can manage that. As mentioned before, he rarely needed to "break a sweat" during NASS. His...
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    AIM Question

    By virtually all accounts I have read, AIM is the most realistic to the first summer. My son knows he needs to improve his upper body strength over the next month. This is based off of his CFA he did at NASS. He said he only broke a sweat twice at NASS during workout. To me it sounds like he...
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    AIM Question

    During AIM since the swabs have already reported, is there much interaction between them and the candidates of AIM? Morning PT, Meals or any activities? Thanks, Just Curious.
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    Coastie Drafted by MLB

    Told my son about that on the drive down to NASS. PRETTY IMPRESSIVE! But how did he get a semester behind? I will assume he was red-shirted freshman year, so that is why he is 5th year eligible.
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    Meet Your Moderator

    Boss, congrats :thumb:
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    First Post

    Same thing for my son. He doesn't realize that the forums are a great resource. Of course I guess it is our job to advise them still until they decide where they are going to school. I coached at HJC several years ago, left when they changed the AD.
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    First Post

    We actually started last fall, had a sit down with the coach after taking the tour of CGA. The soccer coach, Coach Parsons, is what sold my son on CGA. Convinced his mom also he could fit in. Things to consider, is you son a Div I caliber. No offense but not too many are. Assessing my...
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    First Post

    Guilty, dad from Hagerstown. He was fortunate to get into week 2 of AIM. Are you going to AIM and what week? Be nice to hear of others headed up to AIM.
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    Welcome!

    Hello all. Thanks for all the hard work TN. My son is beginning his senior year, with any luck the streak of good news will keep coming. Look forward to sharing.
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    First Post

    Well my son will be heading to AIM in a month, with hopes of a possible appointment this fall. Here to all that follow.
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