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crissycrankscars
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Date Posted:03/14/2005 10:06 PMCopy HTML

This is a private section for our vets, so say what you will in here, the general population can not get in.Enjoy.p.s.-sorry it is a little late.
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Re:Welcome and Thank You For Your Service

Date Posted:03/15/2005 10:10 AMCopy HTML

due to lack of participation, this should be closed

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Re:Welcome and Thank You For Your Service

Date Posted:06/01/2005 11:51 PMCopy HTML

Hey Pete, I got one for you! I'd forgotten all about it.  I met this butterbar nurse type while in the field, and she expressed an interest in driving my deuce and a half.  I saw some potential; tho boots, steel pot and fatigues didn't really do much for me. I set up a time and took her out a few clicks from our AO and found a nice secluded area and killed it with the throttle pull (which she didn't know about).  We switched places (as Mr. Johnson sounded general quarters in anticipation, LOL) and she situated her cute little self behind the wheel.  I explained the gear pattern, etc. and then I told her to flip the power switch and hit the starter and we'd be on our way (As I began to drool with anticipation).  She hit the starter and that old diesel just whined as she gave it a few pumps.  She stopped for a second, made a little scowl, pushed the pedal to the floor and tried again with more determination than ever.  I think she decided there was no way she was gonna muff her first shot at an Army truck.  (I was in heaven and hell at the same time!!)  She commenced to pumping the crap out of it while she cranked it. She looked at me, and asked what she was doing wrong, and I just kind of looked up at her (you know where my gaze had been), closed my gaping mouth and shrugged.  She cursed it a time or two and went back at it, her right boot a black blurr.  After I had all I could stand, I leaned over kind of close to check the throttle pull (like I didn't know about it hee hee) and told her to twist the handle and push it into the dash.  She just kind of gave me a dirty look (I think I was busted), then hit the starter and it roared to life, the turbo a-whinin'.  She then proceeded to go on a gear-jammin', gas-pedal gouging jaunt across the countryside mowing down everything in her path. After about 20 minutes, she finally had had enough and we stopped to switch places.  She said she appreciated the chance to have a little fun and I told her "the pleasure's all mine, ma'am!", snapping a little salute.  She gave me a big, knowing, grin (I knew then, she had figured me out) and I thought since things were going well I'd invite her to the beer tent later.  Well, my balls and balloons got busted! She was a member of the 'don't ask, don't tell' club!  She still put on a helluva show tho!

How's that?  I decided to post a true story (just for us vets) like the kind of stuff you ALWAYS seem to be blessed with!  Keep the rubber-side down, Bro!!

 

The Fumester
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Re:Welcome and Thank You For Your Service

Date Posted:06/06/2005 11:50 AMCopy HTML

LOL, that was great man. We used to hover just above the motor pool before we left for the firebase, it was always fun to sit there at shift change and watch all the nurses in those old tempermental jeeps. Nothing like an old 4 banger in jungle humidity. 

Unfortunately, I couldn't let any of them "drive" my vehicle. Can't see much in a Cobra anyways

The Icey one has made reservations for us in Branson Mo. for the VN vets homecoming. The girl never ceases to amaze me.

http://www.operationhomecomingusa.com/index2.html

Mick

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