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LTC Stephen F.
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SFC David Reid, M.S, PHR, SHRM-CP, DTM
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TSgt David L.
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Pretty well rounded Marine. Looks like he's done pretty much everything they had to offer.
http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/smmc/Biography/
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SFC David Reid, M.S, PHR, SHRM-CP, DTM
SFC David Reid, M.S, PHR, SHRM-CP, DTM
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Well Rounded is an Understatement!
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LTC Self Employed
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Please don't have a cow if I don't remember to put the safety strap on the back of the 5 ton.
Because it won't keep it from being top heavy. Sergeants Majors get mad at that and when I walk on the grass or if I bring a backpack into a Defac because they say its "safety" (not a Mosul Iraq Defac 2004 Guys?) but its really because they don't want us to take out extra food to class.( Fort Dix CGSOC) LOL. True Story LOL
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SPC Robert Coventry
SPC Robert Coventry
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Like true stories in the military, they are rare.LOL
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The 5-ton comment from when I was a specialist just like you and the sergeant major was having a defecation fit because we didn't put the safety strap on the back of the 5-ton. Correction that was actually a senior drill sergeant. It would have been the same reaction either way. The no backpacks or pellet bags in the Fort Dix dfac is a true story. This was a first sergeant not a sergeant major but he was acting as if he thought he was a sergeant major. That story was from July, 2015. I bet you every NCO course and every CG SOC class has to deal with the same problem. There is probably a cycle right now starting up on Monday where they will tell them that they can't bring the backpacks or helmet bags in the dining facility for "safety" reasons. When I first started on rallypoint, I made fun of sergeant majors and describe this exact issue in the dining facility. Some of you may remember. LOL
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