Discussion in 'On Topic' started by scottiemac, Feb 22, 2006.
Got this in an email today.
Those things are annoying. They serve a purpose if its really dark outside but otherwise I make sure I "forget" mine.
god I hate those things
Until QA rolls up and starts asking why you are not wearing one
I always "forget" mine.
Right-click, Save As....
QA? I haven't been harassed by any 82nd peoples yet. For the most part they leave us alone. Just have to be careful with haircuts and sideburns at the mini mall and such. SGM's love to jump all over that shit
next time tell him if hes so bitter about not being able to grow his hair and sideburns, maybe he should go join the SF
Haha. I'm pretty sure he can't. Have to be E4-E7. I imagine the guys that are in group don't get harassed. Probably just us in training. I've never had a problem though.
Hey well that works too. Have to blend in with the population
can you guys explain the reflective belt to a mil n00b?
"it succkkks to wear a glowwwwstrap!"
Its this really really gay policy that someone who was trying to get prometed came up with..... wait a minute thats like a tone of other policies....
The AF likes to make you wear them down range... I once got bitched at cause i was rotating through Al Udied after spending 9 months in Iraq. The guy followed me then confronted me at 1 in the morning (i was going to bathroom) absolutly no where near a road. And gave me a speech about any base im rotating to in country (iraq or afganistan) is going to require one and that i should have one.
I told him i was sorry but shiny things get shot at down range so i never got one..... then told him if he could tell me where i could find one at 1 in the morning i would happily go get one
Plus everyone on the flightline wears them, especially in this foggy shithole.
A guy I work with got run over a couple months ago and he was wearing an old one, they flipped his box over and everything
right click > save as
and i still don't have one of those.
he was pushing his toolbox down the flightline
We issued so damn many reflective belts in Kyrgyzstan when I was there. They made it a big deal there.