This may be altered a bit this year since Sijan is undergoing some renovations.
I had the unpleasant task/duty of being the SCO for a married Sgt that worked for me.
Always difficult on all the family and unit members.
Had one of those in a very small town located between the small town I lived during high school and the "larger" town in which we shopped.
This picture doesn't look good; would explain the death and injuries, though.
Prayers for the families involved.
DD's generation prefers fries dipped in a milk shake :confused:
Raised on standard burnt hot dogs (mixed meat) with mustard, ketchup, finely chopped onions and dill pickle relish.
If you will allow, I will add another poignant story and song to this thread. The link is to the story with the embedded YouTube video of the...
Yes, you will have a couple of hours to visit
As long as it is school related, not civilian clothes, you can take it to your room.
Your parents can bring a BIG box of supplies...including printer, essentials, etc.
One last attempt for anyone in Missouri/Kansas area who have not received invitations.
Not only did the President stay to shake the hands of every graduating cadet, he also saluted each and every one. He did not depart until the...
Additional recognition for this fine, young man......
Considering all freshmen must take or validate Calc 1 and Calc 2, they tend to be rather large classes. So "scores" is a relative term.
I hope it...
Bigrod, If you can arrive a day or two ahead of time, it will allow you to possibly connect with other incoming appointees, especially those in...
Two weeks before I-Day
Why would you post a person's name on an anonymous forum?
Basic cadets going through Jack's Valley look more threatening than they do. :mad:
Separate names with a comma.