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"You can't make this stuff up" — A military friend of mine

It is a myth that you can't make friends with anyone in the military. We all have friends and we all have people that we can spend our time with or at least get along with. The main point to note about the military is that we have very little to lose by joining it and that we have the potential to become great friends. There are many good military friendships that were made because of the experiences they had. Here are just a few:

I was raised in a military family, where both my parents served. I graduated from college and joined the military in 1998. I was stationed at Fort Irwin, California until I joined the Navy and have since served having a boyfriend in the army as a Marine in the Philippines and Thailand. In between those two deployments, I got to meet some amazing people at the military community. My military buddy, Nick is a retired SEAL and is now the Director of Operations for the Naval Special Warfare Center and School (NSWC SERE School). I am in the process of writing an article prison pen pals georgia on NSWC SERE. Nick and I have been great friends since we were very young. I met him at a very young age. I remember I was in elementary school and he was at the middle school. He single chat online was the first boy I kissed and we were inseparable throughout school. We hung out at recess and after school with each other. My friends, family and I had a lot of fun playing games, fighting, singing, dancing, and having fun. It was all very much our own way of doing things and being who we were. When I was in high school I started dating his friend Nick, and it was easy from there, even though it was my first time. He was always there to cheer us on, but we also got a lot of help from the same friends who were around at my elementary school. I remember at some point Nick and I were playing hide-and-seek. He thought I would like it if I pretended I was a little girl and he asked me to hide behind a tree. I did and hid until he was done and then ran towards a mailbox in the bushes. I had already hidden, but Nick came up behind me and was like, 'What the hell is this girl hiding behind a tree?' I had no idea what he was talking about at the time, but I was happy to have a friend like that there and we had lots of fun together, even though at times we didn't know if we could trust each other. So, that's what I call a friendship from that point on, and it is really what brought me to tattooed guys the military.

I was stationed in England when the September 11th attacks took place on September 11th, 2001. I was assigned to the US 1st Marine Regiment, stationed in Hurlburt Field, Florida. I came home on November 6th and was told that american single girls I would be leaving the next morning. That day my family and I were living in the house that I had been in since I was a little girl. I had been there almost my entire life and was the only person there that was a US citizen. I was very sad, but I was glad to be going to graduate school. As the weeks went by I began to learn more about my hometown, about my parents, and about the community I was a part of. It was my first time visiting the town that I lived in for years. I wanted to explore this place and see how things had changed. I loved the food, the people, the nature, and the architecture. I also had a good time visiting some of the places that I had seen and known for a long time, like the cemetery and the riverfront. I wanted to learn more about the local community and its history. I was excited about going to the school, but I had my doubts. This place is called Darwin and it is not well known. I didn't know how far away I was and I didn't really have any friends. What did I have to look forward to? I thought about all of the things that I wanted to do when I got out of college (travel, travel, travel), so I decided to join the military. The next month was a blur. I spent the first week trying to get a visa and after that I just got lost. I started calling friends to get them to come with me, but I just couldn't remember their names. One night I was at home watching TV and the phone rings. It's a girl on the other end and she says that I was at the station. I had to go right then. I told my wife to look at the time and it's 12:01 AM. I had to leave the house and walk down the street. I ended chatroom irani up walking up to the next train station which is the main road. I'm trying to remember the name of the train station. I'm looking at it, it's in a little town and it's on the way from the city. This station thailand cupid dating is very remote. They don't even have the internet. I went inside and asked the people who work there if I could borrow the computer. They were very friendly and said that they would not be able to help me for one hour. I thought they were just joking. I asked what the time was and they gave me a time of 6:30pm. I told them that I would like to talk to someone but that my phone was dead. So I asked them to make me a new phone number.