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I just got back last night and I'm glad to see the forum rolling. 530+ members and it keeps on getting better.
I froze my butt off over the weekend testing a SnugPack sleeping bag. Down still rules. Took the hammock down to 26*F and was still comfortable, and trained some new soldiers how to stay alive and do theirjob. Overall a good weekend.
Nice to be back, and I'm jamed full of e-mails. I need to go hiking LOL.
Welcome back Sarge , Its funny I was gonna ask around about those snugpack bags ,glad I waited !!! Streamweaver
Hey Sgt. Rock... see lot's of your brothers heading out from Fort Stewart, Fort Hood, and others. What's in your future? Will your 2003 hiking be done in the sand?
Glad to hear your back Rock any word about a Deployment?
No word yet. Just keep getting told "It's not if, but when". CNN probably knows more than me LOL
The Duetchwelle European Journal keeps claiming that "it's not likely as no evidence has been found." But maybe they're just speaking from Gerhardt Schroder's perspective.CNN doesn't seem to know enough, it's frustrating.
Saddam takes asylum in Egypt.
King Abdullah becomes king of Jordan AND Iraq.
Peace is ushered in throughout the Mid-East.
Israelis and Arabs hug and kiss.
King Abdullah is revealed as THE BAD MAN
and you know what happens 3.5 years later....
but I would rather talk about hiking!
I predict All the Kmarts in Iraq will close and be replaced with Targets!
a hike in the sand, that must suck where would the put the all the white blazes? So sarg think they gonna send my rinky dink national guard unit to do boarder duty in kuwait or just send us into bagdad to see what shoots at us?
Hopefully they wont have you combing through central baghdad sgt rock. That would probably be the rines though right?
Maybe Bush intends to send us over there so Saddam can shoot either his nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons at us, then say "look, see, I told you he had 'em!"