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Ben Wade

Collinsville, IL

#1 Jul 9, 2012
From the high-tech to the high-growth to the awe-inspiring, America’s Navy offers careers and jobs that fit all backgrounds and interests. There are literally hundreds of distinct professional roles in dozens of exciting fields. And whether you’re seeking a position as a nuclear engineer or a construction worker, a Navy Physician or a Navy SEAL, you’ll find unrivaled training and unequalled experience in a career of your dreams. This message is for all that dream of seeing the world.
brandie

United States

#2 Jul 9, 2012
been there, done that. its really not as exciting as u make it sound.

MA3

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#3 Jul 9, 2012
Been there and Done that and it's as exciting as the individual wants to make it.
CDR
brandie

United States

#4 Jul 9, 2012
good point sir
Ben Wade

Collinsville, IL

#5 Jul 9, 2012
For the ambitious Sailor, there’s a nearly limitless opportunity to make a Navy career even more significant. Regardless of what job function or pay grade you have upon entering the Navy, there’s nothing to hold you back from attaining that next level of success – and enjoying the extra pay and professional satisfaction that mark your achievements.

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#6 Jul 9, 2012
The same can be of any branch of the service or any profession one approaches with determination, honesty, and a plan.

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#7 Jul 9, 2012
MA3,

So was yours. Even I had days when being haze grey and underway got tedious.
Wise Old Owl

Winchester, KY

#8 Jul 9, 2012
To serve country in any branch is a honor and reward unto itself.
Jester

Hueysville, KY

#9 Jul 10, 2012
I am a proud vet myself. I think it is the best thing a young person can do after school in my opinion.

“Hang Together”

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#10 Jul 10, 2012
It's can be a life enhancing experience for those geared to face the rigors and challenge of a military life, but it's not for everyone.
Respectable Again

United States

#11 Jul 10, 2012
Mr. Caudill, I must comment how good it is to see you using topix again, and using it for what it is intended for. It must have been hard for you to be the first to back off the PT debate and kudos to you for finding the strength to move beyond the petty bickering and be the bigger person by just leaving it alone. Trust me, you will be more respected for it.

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#12 Jul 10, 2012
After awhile, even as stubborn as I can be, I realized there would be no moving forward in the discussion.
Robert Reece

Hagerstown, MD

#13 Jul 10, 2012
Is joined the Navy and got my ass kicked out for my efforts about 17 years ago. Never Again Volunteer Yourself. That goes for all you wet behind the ears whipper snappers that haven't got a fu cking clue. Do yourselves a big favor and stay home and let your mommies wipe your f ucking a sses as long as you can. If you join you will be goddamn sorry!!!!!!!!!!
Elmer

United States

#14 Jul 10, 2012
Mountain Proud wrote:
After awhile, even as stubborn as I can be, I realized there would be no moving forward in the discussion.
Bull headedness or a driving force? Your after a while ran into what, four years? What petty accomplishment was you hoping for after the first year? Or the second? Or the third? We are just glad its over but its a shame it took me to put and end to it and that you didnt have enough will power to stand down on your own.
WHO

Chicago, IL

#15 Jul 10, 2012
now if we can oly get rid of Elmer
Elmer

United States

#16 Jul 10, 2012
WHO wrote:
now if we can oly get rid of Elmer
I resent that
dog day

Collinsville, IL

#17 Jul 10, 2012
30 years in the USAF was an adventureot wha Robert

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#18 Jul 11, 2012
E,
It was three years in April and I was simply hoping to provide a more accurate accounting of issues from a different perspective than PT on mutually interesting topics. Topix to me isn't a weapon to anonymously use against others, that's why I dont' hesitate to let everyone know who I am.

Chuck

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#19 Jul 11, 2012
RR,
The military experience is as different as the individuals who chose the path. You weren't thrown out for volunteering. There were actions after that which resulted in your being separated.
ted

AOL

#20 Jul 11, 2012
hi folks

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