iForce Nutrition Salutes Our Troops!!!

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    You da man! Got the brotherhood in this bitch!
    Hell yeah brotha!! Infantry all the way!!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Oh **** didn't know you were in Mack!!!
    Yep,wish I still was too.
    Hooooooah!!!!!!
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  3. Bump, just so everyone knows this is still going
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  4. Lt.
    Combat Engineer

    Medically discharged for injury

  5. Quote Originally Posted by jamesm11
    Lt.
    Combat Engineer

    Medically discharged for injury
    Thanks for the sacrifice. Was it in combat? If you don't mind me asking.
    I can't believe that God put us on this earth to be ordinary. - Lou Holtz
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Drizzie88

    Thanks for the sacrifice. Was it in combat? If you don't mind me asking.
    No, training. Tore up the ligaments, cartilage, etc in my knee so severely that I had a summer of surgeries and was deemed unfit for service. They told me I wouldn't be able to run again. I'm running almost 2 years later and trying to get back in if they'll let me

  7. usn-76-82
    bm2
    pre-commed uss eisenhower cvn69 out of newport news, later out of norfolk
    last 2 on new orleans lph11-grunt chopper carrier out of san diego
    real navy-sea and anchor detail/underway replenishment/bridge watch team/search and rescue team.

    did 2 meds 1 nato and a west pac....42 countries in all...
    WELL DONE IS BETTER THAN WELL SAID

  8. Quote Originally Posted by jamesm11 View Post
    No, training. Tore up the ligaments, cartilage, etc in my knee so severely that I had a summer of surgeries and was deemed unfit for service. They told me I wouldn't be able to run again. I'm running almost 2 years later and trying to get back in if they'll let me
    good for you...i wish you good luck!!!
    WELL DONE IS BETTER THAN WELL SAID

  9. Hey guys I just wanna thank the men who deployed and put their lives on the line for all of us. I haven't done **** yet so I feel kind of less than a man. I truly look up to you guys

  10. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw
    Hey guys I just wanna thank the men who deployed and put their lives on the line for all of us. I haven't done **** yet so I feel kind of less than a man. I truly look up to you guys
    Don't feel less of a man! We appreciate you too man! You Will get your deployment soldier!
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    Don't feel less of a man! We appreciate you too man! You Will get your deployment soldier!
    I can't wait man.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw View Post
    Hey guys I just wanna thank the men who deployed and put their lives on the line for all of us. I haven't done **** yet so I feel kind of less than a man. I truly look up to you guys
    Most people can't do what you do!deployment or not,you are just as much part of the game as the next guy in formation!
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  13. US Navy Vet
    Fire Controlman 2nd Class
    Stationed onboard USS John L Hall (FFG-32) Pascagoula, MS from 99-02
    Saw the Twin Towers fall, just after a 6 month delpoyment. We had a skeleton crew due to half being on post-deployment leave. We still got underway and we patrolled the oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico in case the terrorists were planning on taking out our oil production.
    After a year off, I'm back

  14. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    usn-76-82
    bm2
    pre-commed uss eisenhower cvn69 out of newport news, later out of norfolk
    last 2 on new orleans lph11-grunt chopper carrier out of san diego
    real navy-sea and anchor detail/underway replenishment/bridge watch team/search and rescue team.

    did 2 meds 1 nato and a west pac....42 countries in all...
    Sea and anchor detail, unrep....nothing like it. Especially Unrep, having 2 ships literally feet from each other, no room for error there.
    After a year off, I'm back

  15. Just saw this thread.

    Thanks to all you men and women who serve and put your lives on the line and protect this country. I will never be able to thank you enough. You are the real heros.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne
    Just saw this thread.

    Thanks to all you men and women who serve and put your lives on the line and protect this country. I will never be able to thank you enough. You are the real heros.
    It's people like you/others we do/did it for brotha!
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    It's people like you/others we do/did it for brotha!
    This. Love of brother and country

  18. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Just saw this thread.

    Thanks to all you men and women who serve and put your lives on the line and protect this country. I will never be able to thank you enough. You are the real heros.
    Thanks,we do it for it for us all,but it's nice to be appreciated once in a while
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    Thanks,we do it for it for us all,but it's nice to be appreciated once in a while
    Plus its amazing how the next generation changes. Back in the 60s and 70s, during Vietnam, veterans were treated like $hit. They were booed when they returned home, called baby killers, etc by the hippies and flower children of that generation. I'm so glad that is not the case in this generation, i can only imagine what would happen now. ALL vertrans, no matter the branch, should be thanked for their service and sacrifice to this country of ours!
    After a year off, I'm back

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K
    Plus its amazing how the next generation changes. Back in the 60s and 70s, during Vietnam, veterans were treated like $hit. They were booed when they returned home, called baby killers, etc by the hippies and flower children of that generation. I'm so glad that is not the case in this generation, i can only imagine what would happen now. ALL vertrans, no matter the branch, should be thanked for their service and sacrifice to this country of ours!
    I've been spit at and what not at airport...
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    I've been spit at and what not at airport...
    That sucks,one time when I was home on leave between basic and ait,I went to burger king and this old couple came up to me and said,how does it feel to kill innocent people and kids over there for a living?i have to admit,I just looked at them and smiled and said,I don't know,I haven't had my turn at it yet
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    I've been spit at and what not at airport...
    That's so *****d up seriously. What is wrong with people....
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    I've been spit at and what not at airport...
    Bullshyt....

    I'm thankful for what you do, brother is Marine wouldn't tolerate that behavior for anyone.
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  24. No idea at all... But have had a lot of good as well... It's ok tho very rewarding to know everyone has there freedom... Our children can play freely and we Will be apart of history.

    One of my fav quotes from a metal song haha

    "Does history guide you, or do you set out to change it?"
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K
    Plus its amazing how the next generation changes. Back in the 60s and 70s, during Vietnam, veterans were treated like $hit. They were booed when they returned home, called baby killers, etc by the hippies and flower children of that generation. I'm so glad that is not the case in this generation, i can only imagine what would happen now. ALL vertrans, no matter the branch, should be thanked for their service and sacrifice to this country of ours!
    And now the hippies flower children are the ones sending you out to kill or be killed. Hippies all grew up to be hippicrites. (See what I did there?haha)

    The fact is that we wouldn't even have a United States for anyone to love OR complain about if it wasn't for people like you risking life and limb for the last 236 years. War is ugly, and I don't envy the things you guys have to do, especially the special forces like my brother in law and Airborne42 who see some really messed up stuff. They do what most of us just weren't made to handle. I think the debt we owe to our military past present and future is woefully underestimated and criminally unsatisfied. I mean, there should be NO SUCH THING as a homeless veteran.

    *off soapbox*

    Sorry, I'm passionately opinionated. Ask me about religion or politics someday. Lol!!
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  26. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw

    I can't wait man.
    All the guys in 4 BCT that just got back said it ain't what its cracked up to be. Apparently were better off hoping we don't go.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cary K
    Plus its amazing how the next generation changes. Back in the 60s and 70s, during Vietnam, veterans were treated like $hit. They were booed when they returned home, called baby killers, etc by the hippies and flower children of that generation. I'm so glad that is not the case in this generation, i can only imagine what would happen now. ALL vertrans, no matter the branch, should be thanked for their service and sacrifice to this country of ours!
    That's what happened to my dad when he came back from Vietnam.

    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    I've been spit at and what not at airport...
    I can't believe that kinda **** happens still, it happened to my dad as well.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    No idea at all... But have had a lot of good as well... It's ok tho very rewarding to know everyone has there freedom... Our children can play freely and we Will be apart of history.

    One of my fav quotes from a metal song haha

    "Does history guide you, or do you set out to change it?"
    What song?

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  28. Once we finished our veteran's day ceremony we all went to IHOP and some lady asked us why we were in uniform... We told her and she looked us straight in the face and said "well that's dumb"...

    Who da fck are bitch? Is what I wanted to say... But I held my cool.
    I can't believe that God put us on this earth to be ordinary. - Lou Holtz

  29. Quote Originally Posted by cswalczakny View Post
    And now the hippies flower children are the ones sending you out to kill or be killed. Hippies all grew up to be hippicrites. (See what I did there?haha)

    The fact is that we wouldn't even have a United States for anyone to love OR complain about if it wasn't for people like you risking life and limb for the last 236 years. War is ugly, and I don't envy the things you guys have to do, especially the special forces like my brother in law and Airborne42 who see some really messed up stuff. They do what most of us just weren't made to handle. I think the debt we owe to our military past present and future is woefully underestimated and criminally unsatisfied. I mean, there should be NO SUCH THING as a homeless veteran.

    *off soapbox*

    Sorry, I'm passionately opinionated. Ask me about religion or politics someday. Lol!!
    I can't imagine some of the things that soldiers/marines see on the battlefield...seeing the guy beside you get shot, anything like that is enough to drive a normal man insane.
    After a year off, I'm back

  30. This is very cool of you guys to do... I'm proud to have served...

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