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TSgt George Rodriguez
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Just because she is a woman doesn't mean she can't fight. God bless her and keep her in good health.
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CW5 Jack Cardwell
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It was I saw it back in DEC. This was one of the responses.

"There have been a number of discussion threads done on Leigh Ann Hester in the past, 1stSgt Glenn Brackin. It's always nice to see that she's still in the news!
Leigh Ann Hester is now a detective with the City of Franklin (TN) police department and serves as a sergeant first class in the TNARNG.
I hope to meet her in the future (and not while she's acting in an official capacity)!"
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LTC Stephen C.
LTC Stephen C.
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Sounds like something I wrote, CW5 Jack Cardwell! ;)
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SP5 Michael Cates
SP5 Michael Cates
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What does Blue Water Vietnam mean? Thanks Mike
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SP5 Michael Cates - Generally Navy off shore Brown water Navy was up the delta, swift boats and rivers. My buddy Gary Lindquist was both. Served one tour on swift boats, 2nd tour out on a carrier Blue water. He had some interesting stories about it. He was supposed to be a engine man to keep the swift boats running and told everyone I have no F**k'n clue how to fix these, If something happens we are screwed. Said he spent most of it scared sh*tless but often they were hauling Spec forces to missions for pickup & Drop off. When he got out to the Blue water navy it was a huge culture shock,
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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Sgt Jackie Julius
Sgt Jackie Julius
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God Bless her, I'm glad to hear that she's ok. FEMALES in the military DO NEED RECOGNITION. Heavenly father please wrap your loving & protective arms around this young woman, in the name of Jesus, I pray. Amen
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