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Thread: What are you doing now.
05-16-11, 03:14 AM #151
I am blessed by having to work hard for a living.Just do it,you can.
06-01-11, 08:33 AM #152
I fly for an airline based in Newark NJ.
06-01-11, 09:43 AM #153
41 years on the front lines for a local company
started as locker washer/rehab finished as national transportation Mgr
06-13-11, 09:37 PM #154
right after I got out of Marines, was a Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Management Trainee at J. C. Penney, Ambulance Attendant, then started own Ambulance Service, Medical Supply Business, Oxegyn Supply Business, Owned a Bar & Cafe, Sold Cars, then Banking World for 30 years, downsized at the ripe age of 64, now driving truck, Marine Corps taught me well, learned to survive and have a good time doing it.
06-13-11, 10:07 PM #155
Was a police officer for 23.5 yrs. for hometown of Millville, NJ. After purchasing 2 yrs Marine time retired with my full 25 yrs. That was in 1992. Worked two yrs in hospital security. 10 yrs as a Private Detective. 2001 became disabled vet @ 20% within 18 months was @ 100%.
2006 my daughter(35) and two grandchildren, 1 12 and the other 6, were murdered by her husband of 36 days. Taking it day by day.
06-13-11, 10:14 PM #156
not a praying man but, I am praying for you bother
06-13-11, 10:40 PM #157
I'm not much of a praying man myself. Two things helped me. 1 the SOB killed himself afterward and 2 when I asked a County Detective (A former NJ State Trooper and personal friend a very short question, With what and where, he answered with two words. Shotgun and head. I thanked God that they did not suffer. They were asleep when it happen. I knew all the Millville Police Officers and Detectives that were there as I had worked with them before I retired. The Chief assigned a Sgt to transport my wife and I to the scene from the County Court House and to stay with us until we were ready to go home. My daughter was known to most of the Police Officers too.
Thank you for your prayers. My Marine Corps training and Police training helped me thru this also.
06-16-11, 05:51 PM #158
SGT I am so sorry to hear of your loss...peace, love, and light to you.
06-16-11, 08:48 PM #159
Friday 17 June 2011 my granddaughter, Lauren, will graduate from High School. At the graduation Scotty, my grandson, will be honored by the school. A cap and grown will be presented to his sister, Amanda. He would have graduated along with his cousin Lauren. She was 8 days older then him. I thought it was great that the school remembered him after 5 years.
06-17-11, 05:57 AM #160
Currently serving as the Senior Intelligence Officer for United States Forces-Iraq, Personnel Recovery Division. Easily the most rewarding job I've ever had, being a part of a team responsible for finding our missing military members and American citizens and bringing them home.
06-20-11, 02:50 PM #161
Still running and gunning in Iraq even after I got out of the green machine. Love my job hear.
06-20-11, 04:04 PM #162
Sounds like a blast, ssgtblue. How'd you land that gig?
Joe Pool, Senior Applications Developer
USMC Dates: 880823 - 920823; Final Rank: E-4
PvtShane: "Marines have a high standard, you'll meet it, you have no choice in the matter."
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06-20-11, 05:01 PM #163
I weep for what this country is becoming, and fear for my children and grandchildren's future if any more democrats gain national office. We lose more and more freedoms every single day to creeping nannystatism and those who vote for Democrats only want to increase that. Anyone voting for a 'dem' is someone who likely wants to take everything YOU have worked for and mortgage your kids future as well.
The Malignant Leprechaun
06-21-11, 12:39 PM #164
06-21-11, 07:39 PM #165
I've had 3 jobs since I got out of the Corps. First one, I was a Project Coordinator at Emerson Computer Parts (this was back when they made these HUGE battery units for computers) in Santa Ana, CA.
Moved back to the East coast and went to work for Olan Mills (photgraphy - I made appointments for folks to come in and be photographed). Stayed with them for 9 years and transferred to GA only to eventually get downsized out.
Been in GA for 18 years. After Olan Mills, I got THE best job I could have ever landed and I've been with them for 12 years. I'm a Receptionist/AP Clerk for a construction company.
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