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Old 10-14-2018, 07:46 AM
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2018 Veteran's Day Contest------Voting now open

The Wrangler Forum 2018 Veteran's Day/Remembrance Day contest*

Open to all service men and women both past and present from around the world.
3 Winners receive a free 1-year supporting membership**


The rules are simple:

1. Posting open for 4 weeks, from Oct 14 – Nov 10, 2017
2. Post no more than 3 pictures of yourself while serving in the military and tell us a little about yourself. (please remember OPSEC, we don't need too many details)
3. Nov 1, 2017 – The polls will be opened and members can vote for their favorite people.
4. Nov 11, 2017 – The winners are announced: Two winners will be chosen from all entries by a random number generator, and a third will be chosen by polling the forum membership .

*Veteran's Day is an American holiday celebrated on November 11th and is to honor veterans of the US Armed Forces, both living or dead. Originally known as Armistice Day a day to commemorate the signing of the armistice signaling end of WWI (the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month 1918).
Remembrance Day (aka Poppy Day) is a day commerated by British Commonwealth countries as to honor military veterans that have died in the line of duty much like the US Memorial Day.



For the purposes of this contest, we wish to honor members of the military regardless the country for which they served.




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I used to be HM3, of course like others, I use to be someone else.

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Twenty years old and not no much direction havin me, the day mom and dad let me off the chain. On an adventure to find myself, and see what I could become in the USN.

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My time in flew by faster than I wanted. I watched nephews be born and start school without ever meeting them in person. My family was never okay with what I had done by leaving, but after a few years they became proud to have their oldest son be the first of our large family to serve. Seeing them all for the first time after a few years, I noticed a new found patriotism amongst them. That was really cool.

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I got to do some cool stuff, see the world, gain new perspectives, but I also learned how to help other people, learn humility and service, and how to grow into an adult.

*Which is something I am not learning in college.*

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I'm married now and we're talking about having kids. Crazy..

I never regret the choices I've made to get me where I am.

Even the choice to buy a Jeep.

Love this country.

Thanks to everyone who served and those still in.

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AF explosives/ordnance, 07-13’, various undisclosed locations/tours (middle east / africa) and S Korea. Pic on trailer is me also with freshly bult MK-84s (when “motivation” posters were big).


Currently, I work for a task force in afghanistan as a civilian contractor, where i'm at now until January or so.
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Originally from Chicago area. Turned 24 in basic training in 1993. Retired in 2015 after 22 years. Living in Maryland now outside of D.C.
Lt Dan? I've seen the Lt Dan Band on multiple USO tours, him and Kid Rock do a buttload of annual USO tours, awesome guys. I got a pic with Kid Rock and Carlos Mencia sittin on some MK84s we built and painted just for them before transferring that freedom to their new owns via a nice B-1 bomber.
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I joined right out of high school on the Delayed Entry Program. I was a Machinist Mate in the Navy’s Nuclear Power Program and served on the USS Enterprise and, for a few years, also taught at the Nuke Power School.

I loved my time in and what I did and the guys I did it with but I separated after having made Chief Petty Officer when I got custody of my 9 month old daughter who had been mistreated by her mother.

I did a lot of cool things and met a lot of great people over the 9 years I was in and wouldn’t trade it for anything. Here’s one of those cool things:

Shaking the hand of the officer that swore me in on my 1st re-enlistment
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I did 21 years in the Army.
I joined in October of 1995 and went to Basic training at Ft. Benning Georgia as a mechanized infantryman.
After 3 years I reclassed as a combat engineer.
I deployed to Iraq in January 2003. I was a team leader and spent most of my time after the invasion around the Baghdad area. I was wounded by gunfire in the neck and was also blown up resulting in a bad TBI. Worst of all, I brought a serious case of PTSD home with me after 18 months in country.
Unfortunately it wasn't that well understood back then and I was basically told to move on.
I became an instructor for the Warrior Leader Course. I did that for more than 2 years and then found myself volunteering for another deployment.
This time I was a Convoy Commander in a Convoy Security Company. Boom. Another TBI and worsening PTSD. After a year, we rotated home.
I went to work as an ADOS Soldier in the Utah Counter Drug Taskforce. I tried to get by.
In 2015 I attempted suicide and was hospitalized at a behavioral health clinic for a month. After getting out, I tried to commit suicide again.
In 2016 the Army medically retired me. I am no longer allowed to work and generally don't get along well with others. I'm trying to fix that.
I'm trying to find things that help me cope. Earlier this year I went on a solo motorcycle trip around the country, hoping to rediscover myself. My journey can be found at www.ptsdandamotorcycle.com.
I also began Jeeping. All of these things are helping but the juries still out on whether or not it helps. And yes, I know my helmet is crooked. It pissed my CO off so that's why it stayed that way.

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Ex UK Army. Had to return to the UK and with gas here at $7.50 a gallon, Bronnie the JK had to stay in the US.

If I could give you a heads up on a film which has been released here for the 100th anniversary of the end of the Frst World War called 'They Shall Not Grow Old'

It was made by peter Jackson who made the Lord of the Rings films. He took some of the original grainy, black and white film shot at the time and put it through modern post production and colourisation. Then they had lip readers work out what was being said and added sound. The result is truly astonishing and if it comes to the states you should check it out. See the trailer here:


Separately, this is also the 100th anniversary of Meuse-Argonne. It was the largest operation of World War I for the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) and remains the bloodiest battle in American history with 26,277 killed and 95,786 wounded, although often largely forgotten. so for my picture here is the memorial:

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Well... I didn't do anything cool, like many of these entrants; I was simply part of the E-4 Mafia
1975 - 1983 123rd Signal Battalion, radio man, giving support to others all over the place, hot or cold, dry or wet. I have repressed those memories!

The only two pictures I have from that time.


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Well... I didn't do anything cool, like many of these entrants; I was simply part of the E-4 Mafia
I got in trouble every time i made E5 lol... E4 mafia for life!


No matter how cool the job sounds on paper, everyone depends on everyone else. I have much respect for anyone with a job where you actually got your hands dirty... cant say the same for the finance office personnel that always seemed to short me on my checks every 1st & 15th lol
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I've had some pretty "unique" experiences so far.

Joined in 2008, deployed in support of OEF in 2010-11 (did my day to day job, and when I was on the camp, I was a volunteer firefighter), needed a change of pace so when I got home I drank the CAV grog, ended up as an E-6 oddly enough and moved to a joint working capacity, did two US Embassy SPP missions to Kosovo, and currently winding down getting ready to ETS in the next year (or so I think) to pursue the family life.
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did 20 years on active duty, been retired since 2004..... this was taken in Saudi Arabia 1994....... on one of the cooler days. lol

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Can't claim to speak for All Vets but for me... I have never mastered the answer to "Thank you for your Service".

I Thank the folks that may know me and the Gazillion that do not for allowing me the Honor of Serving Them and the Country We (I) love.
This Life has given me more than I gave it.

What a great life. Now, Two(2) of My Sons have chosen the same path every Man in my Family has and are or about to be Serving as Commissioned Officers In the Combat Arms in the United States Army... words fail me but ... BooYah! to ALL and especially My Sons!
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Thank you to ALL you Vets (New & Old). and the ones who support you/us.

That said... Short story here. I'm not in it, to win it (hate talking myself up).

ARMY.. Late 1900's (89-92). With a 6 month stint in the Gulf War. A few years out. Then back in, in the National Guard (Mid 90's).

From there, A 2003 deployment (knew I was going back one day).. Completely geared up with the plane spun up. Mission cancelled on the tarmac. That was fun.

Voluntold an Reassigned under another Guidon.... Back at it again. Deploy Dec. 04 thru Dec. 05. Finally Retired out, back in 16. Still miss it some times.

Peacetime and gaining multiple job skills (MOS) is cool and fun. When Shit hits the fan.... You have just made yourself a very popular person with out knowing it.


Thanks again.. to All you have done, and WILL do.
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Can't claim to speak for All Vets but for me... I have never mastered the answer to "Thank you for your Service".

I Thank the folks that may know me and the Gazillion that do not for allowing me the Honor of Serving Them and the Country We (I) love.
This Life has given me more than I gave it.

What a great life. Now, Two(2) of My Sons have chosen the same path every Man in my Family has and are or about to be Serving as Commissioned Officers In the Combat Arms in the United States Army... words fail me but ... BooYah! to ALL and especially My Sons!
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I have always replied with the "I wanna Thank you, for Thanking me". I feel it gets the point across, if ya know what I mean.
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Right on!

Understandable on the Thank you's..

I have always replied with the "I wanna Thank you, for Thanking me". I feel it gets the point across, if ya know what I mean.
"It was My Honor" has been my response. Awkward but sums it up.

I'm not one for chit chat (in person)
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Can't claim to speak for All Vets but for me... I have never mastered the answer to "Thank you for your Service".

I Thank the folks that may know me and the Gazillion that do not for allowing me the Honor of Serving Them and the Country We (I) love.
This Life has given me more than I gave it.

What a great life. Now, Two(2) of My Sons have chosen the same path every Man in my Family has and are or about to be Serving as Commissioned Officers In the Combat Arms in the United States Army... words fail me but ... BooYah! to ALL and especially My Sons!

I am glad to hear I am not the only one that has a problem with this. I just say Thank you but always feel it isn't enough.


Retired Air Force in 94 after 26 years.


It was a pleasure and an honor to serve.
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"It was My Honor" has been my response. Awkward but sums it up.

Despite the several attempts and trials at something new and less awkward feeling, i stick to a simple "thanks" in return. If they get pushy and ask "what did you do?" i say "my job" (because when you say explosives or EOD they want stories and comparisons to the movies and so on) but i follow it quickly with a question of my own to guage my interogator like "were you in, too?" and if they say no i'll just say ok and change the subject but if they say yes then i may choose to be a little more open on details and such, but as you guys know, only a vet can relate to a vet. Of course, depending on how combat-related you were, that pipeline can quickly narrow even within a gorup of all vets but still no one can relate to a vet on a foundational level except another vet, and only vets seem to know when enough is enough with the questions.
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Joined the Navy in 1985, retired in 2012 (O-6). Spent 17.5 years active duty. 9 years (VP-48, VAQ-33 (1985-1994) then 8.5 years after 9/11, the rest in several Reserve units. Flew P-3’s of every model and mission, did some training in Jacksonville and spent some time at USSOUTHCOM and FIFTHFLEET.

I’m in the back row, middle, Happy to be there, Proud to serve.



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First, let me thank all of the vets(even ones that didn't enter). I never served, but I have a great appreciation for what you guys/gals are willing to give up.


Silentfoe won the vote contest, knotty boy and chez323 won the random drawing.


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