What is your military experience? - Page 6




 
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January 25th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
Howdy! Hope it's not too cold in Korea .

Welcome to the forum!
January 25th, 2004  
nataliemarie
 
Take freezing and minus 40 from that.. oh hell yea, its cold!
January 25th, 2004  
Redleg
 
 
Welcome to the Forum Natalie.
How long have you been in the Army?

Korea can't be cold!
You should visit us here in Norway sometime, temperatures below -30C/-22F can get a bit cold when you are out on an exercise..
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January 25th, 2004  
nataliemarie
 
Thanks for the welcome!

I'm still a cherry.. been in almost two years now

Oh, and its cold.. not the coldest.. you may have me beat with -20F, but only by a little it was -15F here the other day (oh and the field exercises don't stop for us either)

PFC Natalie Hughes
January 25th, 2004  
Acerbus
 
Yeah, from all my studying of the Korean War, it was one mother of a place to be fighting. Mountains, hills, and cold cold cold.
January 25th, 2004  
nataliemarie
 
Definately.. and the whole rice field thing.. oh, they're everywhere
January 25th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by nataliemarie
Oh, and its cold.. not the coldest.. you may have me beat with -20F, but only by a little it was -15F here the other day (oh and the field exercises don't stop for us either)

PFC Natalie Hughes

Once it hits a certain temperature, you can't really tell the difference if it gets even colder. (Coming from a guy who's had hypothermia twice and right now has a touch of frostbite finally healing up, not a quick learner here.) I think it must freeze your sensory system at a certain point. Can you tell I'm not a scientist?
January 25th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Korea info


Korea was an intresting war.I wonder, arnt marines sitting in Korea right now?
January 25th, 2004  
GuyontheRight
 
A whole army is sitting in Korea, 37,000 men and women strong. Thanks for your serve to our country Natalie!
January 25th, 2004  
ThirteenFox
 
Army brat, till I joined. I was in the 9th ID. FO in the 1/11 FA always detached though. Usually to 3/39 inf, sometimes 3/60