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Show Yourself!

Started by BigMojo, October 24, 2007, 01:32:21 am

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ColonelJack

On the topic of World War II re-enacting ... here's a fellow I portray from time to time.  The Peachtree City, GA., Heritage Days is using my picture as one of their online ads for their 2011 gathering.  I'm rather honored.

Jack
Jack Bagley, Ed. D.
Lt. Col., CAP (now inactive)
Gill Robb Wilson Award No. 1366, 29 Nov 1991
Admiral, Great Navy of the State of Nebraska

BradM

Quote from: ColonelJack on January 04, 2011, 04:30:56 am
On the topic of World War II re-enacting ... here's a fellow I portray from time to time.  The Peachtree City, GA., Heritage Days is using my picture as one of their online ads for their 2011 gathering.  I'm rather honored.

Jack


You look great ColonelJack!!  :D
BRAD MELILLO, 1st Lt, CAP
Finance Officer
Asst. Professional Development Officer
Brackett Composite Squadron 64
La Verne, CA

Major Rob

My new formal portrait:


Eclipse

March 24, 2011, 08:00:08 pm #543 Last Edit: March 24, 2011, 08:12:47 pm by Eclipse
Outside HD Cafe last night:

http://www.fueledbythefallen.org/

I am here until Saturday afternoon: http://www.conexpoconagg.com/

Nothing beats the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas!  This is my "office"...


The booth across from mine is CRI - the company that rescued the Chilean minors.  They have one of the Fenix 2
capsules - suffice to say I would still be down there.



Reno

Me sometime two semesters ago.



A wedding last semester.


Senior Prom last year.
Andrew Reno, FO, CAP
Professional Development Officer
120th Composite Squadron, ARWG

Eclipse

Me with #1 and #2 son...




HGjunkie

My first portrait from the FLWG Conference:



Unfortunately, This picture is one stripe and 3 ribbons out of date.
••• retired
2d Lt USAF

Stonewall

A photo snapped of me today after a patrol.


Flying Pig

But, your so......thin?

Stonewall

I've only lost 10 lbs.  Well, 15, but then I gained 5 back.  Came here at 195, now hovering around 185.  50 lbs of gear @ 12 hours a day + daily PT = calories burned.  Hard to eat enough.

jgdeleon31

April 25, 2011, 10:34:26 pm #550 Last Edit: April 25, 2011, 10:40:06 pm by jgdeleon31







Infantry leads the way.

Walkman

Quote from: Stonewall on April 25, 2011, 06:48:43 pm
I've only lost 10 lbs.  Well, 15, but then I gained 5 back.  Came here at 195, now hovering around 185.  50 lbs of gear @ 12 hours a day + daily PT = calories burned.  Hard to eat enough.


Stonewall - You in the Sandbox or at AT?

PHall

Quote from: Walkman on April 26, 2011, 02:23:10 am
Quote from: Stonewall on April 25, 2011, 06:48:43 pm
I've only lost 10 lbs.  Well, 15, but then I gained 5 back.  Came here at 195, now hovering around 185.  50 lbs of gear @ 12 hours a day + daily PT = calories burned.  Hard to eat enough.


Stonewall - You in the Sandbox or at AT?


He's doing a 7 month AT. ;)

Stonewall

I'd call it more of a dust bowl than a sand box, but yeah, I'm deployed.

Abdomina

well me
CAP

Me (Right) and another cadet from my squadron just before an airsoft game at CPX sports in juliet IL last year



Just me Using an M99 in an airsoft game at santa's village in dundee IL




Eclipse

May 02, 2011, 03:20:38 am #555 Last Edit: May 02, 2011, 04:17:45 am by Eclipse
Me at #2 son's First Communion this afternoon...



Conversation went something like this:

Spouse:  "I picked up all the cleaning."
Me: "Great, we're all set for the weekend..."
Me (at about 1030 for a 1pm service): "Um, where's my dress pants? They aren't in any of the bags."
Spouse: "Well, they said they gave me everything we dropped off."
Me:"Looks like everything from encampment is missing, two pairs of gray slacks, plus my uniform pants, and several shirts!"
Me:"Just FYI, I have nothing dressy to wear."

Spouse: "You know where Olive Garden is?  DXL is next door, they open at 11."
For the uninitiated, "tall" at Sears or JC Penney (or most other retailers) = "30 Long", I am 34/36, and forget
about getting 37/38 shirts any place "normal" off the shelf.  Also, DXL opens at noon, not 11.


Doors open: 12:00
Pants, shirt, tie, belt, paid: 12:07
Home: 12:25
Arrive church: 12:55pm

Complements all day on my excellent color choices.   :D



Zen Master Charlie

Quote from: Smokey on October 24, 2007, 09:02:15 pm
My F-15 ride......


Went flying with Gen Yeager eh? Schweeet, lucky!  :o
"A lot of life is a lot of crap"

Smokey

Not really...I've met Gen Yeager several times.  But...he was not my pilot....But the jet was the one he used for the 50th Anniversary flight of breaking the sound barrier and for his final AF ride.  Both at Edwards AFB.

Still it was a great flight... Mach 1.25.

So I have flow from the very fast in the Eagle to very slow with 1.6 hours logged flying the Goodyear Blimp.
If you stand for nothing, you will fall for anything.
To err is human, to blame someone else shows good management skills.

Eclipse



2+ weeks of 95+ temps plus fire hose rain divided by letting the PH get out of balance = drain, wash with bleach, and refill.

Left was last Friday, right is yesterday.



davidsinn

Quote from: Eclipse on July 31, 2011, 11:16:22 pm


2+ weeks of 95+ temps plus fire hose rain divided by letting the PH get out of balance = drain, wash with bleach, and refill.

Left was last Friday, right is yesterday.


Your water bill is going to be obscene this month... ;D
Former CAP Captain
David Sinn