air force reserves

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  1. MaritimeGirl11

    MaritimeGirl11 10-Year Member

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    your getting emergency mang people over there?
     
  2. LineInTheSand

    LineInTheSand USCGA 2006 10-Year Member

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    The National Incident Commander is Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen. The Federal Onscene Coordinator is Coast Guard Rear Admiral Mary Landry.
     
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  4. MaritimeGirl11

    MaritimeGirl11 10-Year Member

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    Not really into the CG anymore. I like the people and the values of the AF more.
     
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    Luigi59 Banned

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    You've met all of them? :rolleyes:

    What "value" does the AF posses that is lacking in the Coast Guard? :confused:

    You seem to have your mind made up, you seem to disagree with every piece of advice given to you in this thread, so why ask for advice when you are not going to heed it?
     
  6. MaritimeGirl11

    MaritimeGirl11 10-Year Member

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    I just wanted info about the AFR not people opinions
     
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    LineInTheSand USCGA 2006 10-Year Member

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    LineInTheSand USCGA 2006 10-Year Member

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    My advice about the AFR, make the phone call for the numbers you found. Take the initative to ask the questions you've asked but this time to a recruiter and understand that in the end....it's all about "needs of the service".
     
  9. MaritimeGirl11

    MaritimeGirl11 10-Year Member

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    ive gone through 3 years at MMA i can handle the Af. I dont want the CG all the people in it are mean. Af people are the nicest people i have ever met.
     
  10. LineInTheSand

    LineInTheSand USCGA 2006 10-Year Member

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    True. That's been my experience too....all meanies. :biggrin:
     
  11. MaritimeGirl11

    MaritimeGirl11 10-Year Member

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    Ive just had bad experiences with coasties. sorry.
     
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    LineInTheSand USCGA 2006 10-Year Member

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    STORIES!!! Let's hear the sea stories! :wink:
     
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    Seriously? You think that every member of the U.S. Coast Guard, from the newest Seaman Recruit to the Commandant, are all a bunch of meanies? :eek: Wow.

    I guess I should put on my flame-retardant suit for the onslaught that is coming from the Coastie posters.

    Coming from someone who spent some time as an active duty USAF officer, I hate to tell you that we have some meanies too. It's not all puppy dogs and ice cream when you "cross into the blue."