Discussion in 'On Topic' started by pmoney, Jan 12, 2009.
so its a CPT who hasn't officially been promoted but has been approved as a MAJ?
thats what i was looking for, thanks
What, no trust in sending me a PM?
i figured this would be quicker
i thought the big bad ass up in ft drum would be too busy to answer a question for a soon to be 2lt usar msc
A word that Turbo will never see.
You shut your whore mouf
Ahhh Bronze Oak Leaf Smash.....
i still have to finish up the physical or whatever
I'll be holding that for the next 3 years as I complete dental school, once I finish it and receive my state license, I get promoted to CPT, then get to do another year of residency
Want a by name request to my Bde?
By name request? What is that?
I very possibly may visit the dental clinics there over my spring break just to see what they are like...
We are in desperate need of a Dentist in our Brigade - we could "by name request" you - meaning send in a request to HRC that you get assigned to our BDE. It would allow you to stay in the Upstate region instead of taking your chances and getting assigned somewhere warm and sunny like Augusta, Georgia or Columbia, South Carolina where you are only an hour from the Beach and world class year round golf courses.
Let me know - and I'll set up a tour for you.
keep your cybering to pms.
Keep your cock picks to my PMs
-23 degrees with 1.5' of snow
thanks, but no thanks
That is like those Airman who get a line number and put the next rank in the title.
Ex: (S)Sgt, (T)Sgt, (M)Sgt, etc.
I can not stand the people who do that.
Town is neat - close to lots of stuff. The post is sleepy.
Retaliation for your comment in the PJ thread.
Honestly I would not mind at all going to Ft Drum, the only real downside I see is the whole there is nothing for a young guy to do when he wants to go out and have a good time. At least down south, you can drive an hour and be in a hopping, young city with you know, women . Watertown I can drive an hour to the amazing city of syracuse ny .
The upside is that there is lots of outdoors stuff to do and its literally 2.5 hours north of where I (well my parents) live and I grew up.
That said I have 4.5 years before I will be an active army dentist. 3.5 years + 1 yr AEGD
Thanks for the offer, I'll let you know when I come up. I'm currently talking with some MAJ Mower DC who will probably set this up for me.
What's the deal with Ft Gordon? good bad ?
I know they have a endodontics residency program down there.