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Old 10-23-2011, 09:30 AM   #57
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Seajay, sometimes others dont understand the words you say, or what they mean, so to put things in the proper perspective, perhaps this will help.............

|One reason the Services have trouble operating jointly is that they don't speak the same language.

For example, if you told Navy personnel to "secure a building," they would turn off the lights and lock the doors.

Army personnel would occupy the building so no one could enter.

Marines would assault the building, capture it, and defend it with suppressive fire and close combat.

The Air Force, on the other hand, would take out a three-year lease with an option to buy.

Now take a few min and tell us all, WHO were you watching the stars with on the anchor plate?
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Only 10 more and I'll have enough for a calendar....

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Wayne's head looks round in this picture, Dennis
It's an optical illusion.
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No Seajay, He's a USMC Colonel, and SJA also.

That looks like an ordinary scooter, but if you put a quarter in it, it will ride you up and down for 5 minutes.

Francesca,
Just for you I can find 10 more "real" good ones so you can complete your calendar. Just think, me for every month. Well, except for the hot August month. You can have Dennis for that.
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You for every month???
Plus, Dennis for the Sultry August Weather????

I feel faint just thinking about it.....

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Which one's you, Mick?

Tell the truth and I promise to post my Mother's one and only WWII Seagoing picture...
Referred to when I was growing up as
"Mom Posed Provocatively In a Raft With Two Sailors Neither of Whom is Dad"

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You for every month???
Plus, Dennis for the Sultry August Weather????

I feel faint just thinking about it.....

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Ok - one for SeaJay. P'Cola, FL circa 1968.

Guess which one is me. The rest are my escorts......

Second one is 10 short years later. My wife and I at Whidbey, Island NAS
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Surrounded by Seamen, huh?
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Ok - one for SeaJay. P'Cola, FL circa 1968.

Guess which one is me. The rest are my escorts......

Second one is 10 short years later. My wife and I at Whidbey, Island NAS
More eye candy...Thanks!

You're all gorgeous, every one...
By the way- NAS Whidby is just across the Sound from my house!

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Surrounded by Seamen, huh?
Had to "balance" the class (1 Marine = 19 Seamen)...sounds bout right
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Ok ....... Let me do some diggin' in the trash box of memories and see what I can come up with concerning a pix of me in uniform. I am sure I have several but I gotta look back some 50 years and find one, maybe two, to post ......
Dont get your ''skivvies'' in a wadd............

Did you hear that 30,000 of our finest are comin home......
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Actually I think you shud have added about 10 more dougboys for it to be even.
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Bob,
Looks like you were gearing up for a bar fight.

Don't try and confuse the seamen out there. There are 21 piles of "stuff" with a marshmallow on top in that picture.

One good Marine.

I think my class had 3 marines in it at the same institution.
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