Alexander S. Huber
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Hello From Afghanistan

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Jan 8, 2013. 6 Replies

Greetings,     I am an infantry marine currently deployed to Afghanistan. This is my 2nd combat tour to Afghanistan (lucky enough to have internet access this time) and I also had one to Iraq.  I am…Continue

 

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Robert Brown replied to Alexander S. Huber's discussion Hello From Afghanistan
"RAH.  What base were you stationed at  before the sandbox? at down in Beaufort, but we are gettin ready to head out ourselves. Keep me posted on that BEAUTIFUL weather. lol  "
Jan 8, 2013
D.J. replied to Alexander S. Huber's discussion Hello From Afghanistan
"Thank you for your service! Welcome to the forums Alex!"
Jan 8, 2013
Alexander S. Huber replied to Aaron K's discussion Dadisms
"The only word I can remember is Clicker for TV Remote (that's what I call it too) But he always would use an extremely heavy "Pittsburghese" accent when he was trying to be funny.  Anyone from Pittsburgh or has friends/family…"
Jan 8, 2013
Alexander S. Huber replied to Mike S.'s discussion Underwear bunching up
"I used to wear boxers.  Any brand would do for me so long as the material was cotton or silk.  After my last deployment I stopped wearing underwear all together except when wearing a suit or  dress uniform.  It is just more…"
Jan 8, 2013
Margie replied to Alexander S. Huber's discussion Hello From Afghanistan
"Welcome to AoM, Alex."
Jan 8, 2013
Alexander S. Huber posted a discussion

Hello From Afghanistan

Greetings,     I am an infantry marine currently deployed to Afghanistan. This is my 2nd combat tour to Afghanistan (lucky enough to have internet access this time) and I also had one to Iraq.  I am a mortarman by trade, but since we aren't using mortars here anymore my platoon has been broken down into a provisional rifle platoon, in which I am a squad leader.  I was recently promoted to Sergeant and have been in going on 6 years now.  After this deployment I intend to get out of the military…See More
Jan 8, 2013
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Jan 7, 2013

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Tobacco Pipe smoking, Cigar smoking, Surfing, Snowboarding, European Cars, Video games, Ballet, Opera
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Dean Koontz, Fifty Shades of Grey (read it before you judge)
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Good Will Hunting, Enemy at the Gates, V for Vendetta,
Music
Reggae, Classic Rock, Alt Rock
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If you put something off until the last minute, it only takes a minute.

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