Always repping your letters — even while repping your country. TFM.
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Thank you for your service but fuck TKE
See your profile picture, thats ASU TKE. Now you look dumb
Graduated Army Basic Training this morning. Currently sitting in a Hotel room wearing my letters for Family day and relaxing. Tanker School starts Monday. Fuck yeah.
Be glad you don’t have to go back to Sand Hill! Harmony Church has some nice barracks for AIT, I’ve heard. Have fun tanker
Harmony Church Barracks are really nice we have the same ones all of OSUT. I’m missing college, but I’m glad I’m doing this. Aiming for Honor Grad, and my biggest competition is the two guys from my chapter I joined with.
I hope your 1st Sergeant sees this and rips you a new one.
Because a First Sergeant of an Armor school company is browsing TFM looking for Privates’ comments. Very realistic.
The 1SG of my basic training battery was, and still is, a DJ/rapper. Not really relevant, I know.
I love people in the service, but I just don’t understand why people wear chest letters.
LCpl with a fatty rack. I see you.
Ribbon rack* not breasts.
Bullshit, he sat on Leatherneck or BAFB and didn’t do shit for a “deployment.” Fat stack my ass…
You never know.. He could have a CAR that’s hidden by the coat. Just due to the fact that deployments have slowed down so much, lances with more than 5 ribbons are unicorns.
If you’re a pog
Hardly home but always reppin
hahah I watched the 30 for 30 too!
Nothing but respect, but I never understood why you would enlist after going to college. Could’ve became an officer
Just because you graduate college doesn’t mean you’re officer material. That’s how I have always looked at it anyway
Maybe he actually wanted to work for a living
Officers work for a living? Haven’t you seen top gun?
When I say enlist, I mean going to Parris island, just like you could’ve out of HS, instead of going to quantico
E3 pay grade isn’t horrible, but yes officer would have been the way to go
Thank you for your service frater. YITB
Thank You for your service.
Thank you for your service, frater.