Posted on Aug 8, 2015
SMSgt Tony Barnes
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CSM Michael J. Uhlig
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Edited 4 y ago
I once attended a Change of Command where one of the primary staff officers fell the hell out, the Adjutant knelt down and started rubbing the officers head and telling him he was going to be ok (this was in front of the Division Commander!).....mind you I had just finished fighting for a year in Afghanistan, I couldn't help but think Holy Jesus, what has this Army come to!?
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MAJ Ken Landgren
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I heard its bad to fix bayonet in tight formations. Of course I am not answering your question.
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SMSgt Tony Barnes
SMSgt Tony Barnes
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Most majors have never been able to answer my questions anyway. :-). Just kidding sir.
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MAJ Ken Landgren
MAJ Ken Landgren
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SMSgt Tony Barnes - I need to do a staff study first.
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SMSgt Tony Barnes
SMSgt Tony Barnes
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Lol...absolutely!!! :-)
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MAJ Ken Landgren
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Not me, I used forced hydration.
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MAJ Ken Landgren
MAJ Ken Landgren
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I heard a story that a parade was not going well because the soldiers fixed bayonets.
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