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Subdeacon Joe

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Could be worse.

 

That sign could say Ft. Benning or Ft Polk.:o

 

If there's that much snow in either place, things have gotten bad.:unsure:

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58 minutes ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

Could be worse.

 

That sign could say Ft. Benning or Ft Polk.:o

 

If there's that much snow in either place, things have gotten bad.:unsure:

Ask someone on the left...They would say climate change....Go renewable...That will save us all....

 

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At Ft Drum, NY that sign would need to be 7ft above the ground, or it’s covered in snow. :huh:

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2 hours ago, Capt. R. Hugh Kidnme said:

At Ft Drum, NY that sign would need to be 7ft above the ground, or it’s covered in snow. :huh:

Maybe the coldest place I ever visited. Miserable.

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Had some interesting times on Fort Irwin back in the 70s. 

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1 hour ago, Tennessee Trapper Tom said:

Had some interesting times on Fort Irwin back in the 70s. 

Too many tanks. Thunderbolts and lightning. Very very frightening.

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18 hours ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Maybe the coldest place I ever visited. Miserable.

Wendover, Utah or Iwakuni, Japan are the coldest I ever saw.

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I was with 3/67 Armor. We went thru fire extinguishers like crazy from soldiers using them to freeze sodas during day maneuvers. They would fill water buffalos with ice and by the time they got to us the water would barely have a chill. I also remember going through jeeps tires from the cactus, or is that cacti

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6 hours ago, Forty Rod SASS 3935 said:

Wendover, Utah or Iwakuni, Japan are the coldest I ever saw.

I’m convinced that Ft Drum (or Camp Drum as it was called in the 60s) was worse than Utah, the Rockies,  Mt Washington or anywhere in the German Alps. Horrible.

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