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Old 03-13-2012, 00:32   #106
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:52   #107
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I'm a college student in Texas, looking to enlist after I graduate, with the ultimate goal being a shot at SFAS. I have one question in particular that needs answering, but I'll be doing my research before I resort to posting it.

If anyone has, or knows someone who has, personal experience with MEPS doctors, the medical waiver process, anything of the sort, I need someone to talk to.

Thanks for yall's service, look forward to reading and learning as much as I can from yall.
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:26   #108
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I posted an introduction before but now my posts are coming up as zero. So here we go again...
I am an 18Xray leaving for basic 20120508 with two years of university college behind me. I am 20 and I live in southern New Jersey. And if anyone is close by and wants to PT with me let me know.
And also thank all of you for your service in and and all branches.
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Old 03-13-2012, 16:05   #109
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Former Cav Trooper, B 3/17. Deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan. Love to read all of the stories, wisdom, and advice that exist on this site. Thank you for letting me partake.
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Old 03-14-2012, 17:35   #110
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Hello,

Thank you QP's for maintaining this website and donating your time to this cause. I wish you all the best and hope to maximize the resources which you have generously provided.

Stay safe,

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Old 03-14-2012, 19:16   #111
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Gentleman, Let me first thank you for the vast amount of knowledge that you offer up here and for allowing me to visit as a guest for years until finally deciding to become a member.
I first learned of this site when I was initially enlisting and the advice has guided me through six years in the Infantry. I am ready to take my soldiering to the next level and commit to my goal of being selected for Special Forces. I am currently employed at General Dynamics and going to college at night majoring in Business Management.

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Old 03-15-2012, 04:42   #112
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My intro to the forum.

Miguel R. (Rod), 1st SFG(A) July 1984 - 1996, SFQC 04-84.

ODAs 172 Mountain - 1984 - 1990 (Front row dog show) Dave Bledsoe TM SGT
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ODA 112 Scout Swim 1992 -1993 Gerald Sheridan TM SGT
ODA 111 Scout Swim 1993 - 1994 Ron Lynch TM SGT
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ODA 154 HALO 1995 - 1996
Retired August 1996

Ran with Tex, Mac, John Wade, Mad Max, Barry Sherwood, Bo Nystrom, Bill Snow, Jeff Ingraham and others throughout SE Asia. Cut-away over Bam-Bam DZ in Clark, survived the Typhoon at Green Beach ay Subic

Thanks for setting up this forum.

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Old 03-15-2012, 06:56   #113
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Hello,

I am a 24 year old male Army Reserve Soldier. My MOS is military police and I'm also a civilian police officer. I am interested in joining one of the National Guard Special Forces units. I have been deployed twice and feel that I just have not done enough to serve my country and want to be a part of the best. I do not plan on posting anything in this forum but rather read everything I can find.

Thanks for the opportunity to learn from your forum.

Blake
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Old 03-15-2012, 17:40   #114
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Good Day,

I am a college student that has always gone out of my way to help people when no one else wants to. I've done work in search & rescue/disaster relief and have always been at my happiest making a difference in horrible situations. As such, I am training up for a monthly try out with the 19th SFG Guard unit in San Antonio, TX. For the longest I had been looking into US Air Force Pararescue, and even received recommendations for the Air Force Academy...but no other entity, great as they are in their niche, seem to fit what I hunger to do as much as US Army Special Forces.


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Old 03-15-2012, 17:42   #115
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Greetings, My name is David, retired 18D from C-2/7th Served on 765, 760 and 764 between Aug 01 and April 08. I've been hanging on mil.com for a long time and have lurked on here from time to time but after Don showed his back side I decided to come to the place that knows who is and isn't who they say they are.
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Old 03-16-2012, 19:31   #116
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Old 03-17-2012, 03:40   #117
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Hello,

I am 24 and currently in my last semester of college for a degree in Global Affairs, B.A.

I leave for basic with an 11x contract (medical waiver, lasek surgery, disqualified me for 18x) on 20120828 bringing me one step closer to my dream of becoming a Special Forces soldier.

I joined this forum a while ago and I have gained invaluable knowledge while looking around and doing research. I apologize for my late introduction.

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Old 03-17-2012, 04:57   #118
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Hello, my name is Ryan. I am a 24 year old 68W deployed to Afghanistan. I have also been to Iraq as well. I am an NCO and feel that I have one of the best jobs in the Army. I am currently getting ready for SFAS when time between missions allows it. I hope to get into selection shortly after I return home. I have a lot more to learn on my path to becoming an 18D.
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Old 03-18-2012, 04:58   #119
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18D currently in Afghanistan. My teammate, Brokenvan introduced me to the site and got me to sign up.
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Old 03-18-2012, 14:38   #120
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Hello all! My name is Ross and am currently in college pursuing a major of International Securities and Conflict Resolution (fancy name for International Relations focusing on wars and the like) and Arabic. I am still unsure of what I am doing in the future. I have been lurking around here for some time and have seen what NOT to do, so hopefully I will avoid some of these shortcomings . I am looking forward to talking to some QP's and maybe getting some advice and more insight in SF world and community. Thanks to the admins who take the time to run this site, and the QP's for giving their wealth of insight and knowledge.
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