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I haven't heard of them COL Mikel J. Burroughs, but I have everything at the VA, so I wouldn't need it.
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COL Mikel J. Burroughs, I thank God all the time for us (my wife) being where we are today. I've got some friends who could possibly use this and I'll send the link to them. I'll also check it out myself. Thank you Sir.
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SGT (Join to see) Thanks for passing it along! I'm glad you and your wife are doing good! God bless you both!
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Thank you very much COL Mikel J. Burroughs. I just finished reading about them and I definitely think they could help my friends. They tried a couple of times and then gave up. Maybe this will fire them up again.
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SFC Everett Oliver
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I was actually a Student in AIT 3 times, as a Private, Specialist and SSG. As a private (1971) we were restricted the first two weeks. Then we had the run of the post, even off post on weekends. Same with when I was a Spec4 (75) And as a SSG (81) I had no restrictions other than not fraternizing with the privates or the permanent party...That was a lonely and rough 3 months.

But my final assignment (92-93) before retirement was Operations Sergeant in a Training company...We were restricted from smoking in front of the Trainees. The trainees could smoke in the smoking area right in front of the barracks....
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Capt Seid Waddell
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Never did. Thanks for the link.
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