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Anyone PCS Overseas before??

Discussion in 'Military' started by AFButters, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. Jul 3, 2009 at 6:52 AM
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    mpgnc64

    mpgnc64 Well-Known Member

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    My bad, in my defense I havent had a beer in over two months.
     
  2. Jul 3, 2009 at 7:25 AM
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    ImpulseRed008

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    I forgot there was another guy going :( Definately good advice.
     
  3. Jul 7, 2009 at 5:12 PM
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    cakmakli

    cakmakli Finally made it - U.S. Army Retired

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    +1 on this.

    I've been stationed in Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Guam. I enjoyed every bit of it. I know it will be hard with a little one on the way but try to take trips and see as much as you can. It will be over before you know it. You have to be there anyway so you might as well make the best of it.

    If you really want to experience the country and the culture live off post. It's a little more difficult but you can do it and you will never forget the friends you will make.

    Just don't be a barracks rat. I've know guys who did their whole tour and hardly ever left the base. I knew a guy in Turkey that never left post and got drunk every night for 365 days. I often wonder if he even remembers even being over there.

    By the way, congratulations on the upcoming birth.
     
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