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SSgt Security Forces
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There are really only 2 great duty stations, the one you're going to and the one you just left
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SPC Richard Zacke
SPC Richard Zacke
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Was at Ft. Stewart Ga in 79-80. Loved the Oasis bar just off post, does anyone know if it is still there? Can tell alot of tall tales about that dump like losing my 79 Corvette Stingray had to call MP's, they called back an hour later and told me it was parked at the Oasis bar and it was locked up and the engine was running. Srill don't know how we got home after meeting a couple girls.
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SPC Adam Turner
SPC Adam Turner
2 mo
jeebus I don't miss this kool-aid drinking nonsense.
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Cpl Fred Rose
Cpl Fred Rose
1 mo
Fleet Intelligence Center for Europe, Port Lyouta, Kenetra, Morocco. 1959-1963
The weather was so hot in the summer and so rainy in the winter. The country is nothing like the good old USA. None of the countries that I've been to are near as good as our country.
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SFC Charles E Hightower
SFC Charles E Hightower
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Panama I93rd Inf Bdg Dec 1981 to Dec 84 and Korea 2ID Dec 1984 to Dec 1988 I was SSG\SFC
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1SG Bill Farmerie
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All posts are what you make of them. They are only as good or bad as you make them. Some people love some places they have been stationed while others think they were the worst
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SFC Monti Hall
SFC Monti Hall
2 mo
SPC Art Lopez - I was in all three one year
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Sgt Dan Catlin
Sgt Dan Catlin
1 mo
Wisdom from the 1st Shirt! I loved every place I was stationed. All had something different to offer. You just have to go out and find it!
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1SG Bernhard Mattulat
1SG Bernhard Mattulat
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Only one that comes close is Ft Polk, LA for basic in '69. But to be honest, didn't see much besides the training grounds. Otherwise, all my assignments were pretty good. Some of the folks I had to work with left a lot to be desired, but the locations were good to excellent.
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SGT Doug Murphy
SGT Doug Murphy
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I have to agree, each post I was assigned a lot of people just said you will hate it there. But I always had to look for the best in each place, and I found it each time. We may have had names for those stations, Like Ft. Useless (Ft. Eustis), Planet Ord (Ft. Ord), ect. But I miss a little of each place I was stationed
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SSG Intelligence Analyst/Social Media Exploitation
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Ft. Drum is my worst one so far, hopefully Bragg will have a lot more to offer.
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1LT Nina Barnhart
1LT Nina Barnhart
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I actually liked Drum. I love skiing and hiking and such. It was beautiful. That being said, I was finance and did not have to spend nights in the freezing cold. I did, however, have a commander who enjoyed taking officers out on runs in negative temps (before she realized that was against post policy).
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1SG Patrick Sims
1SG Patrick Sims
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1st Lieutenant Barnhart----Actually I refused to have the company do a PT run in negative zero weather, in spite of the Battalion Sergeant Major raising hell about it. As a leader your responsible to protect your soldiers---especially from career oriented idiots.
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SSG Arlene Rivera
SSG Arlene Rivera
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1SG Patrick Sims - Way to look out for your troops, Top. Good job.
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SPC Joseph Morgan
SPC Joseph Morgan
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If you don’t like cold & lots of snow in winter, and hellacious mosquitos in the field in summer, then Fort Drum might not be your “cup of tea”. LOL! Climb To Glory!
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