"You know Jim Clendenan's eagle would look neat overlaid with a couple of cross sabres and the number 2 on the left and A/C on the right. Would look good on a T-Shirt. Some designer could start with that eagle and make some neat things."
"In this country we need to quit shouting at each other and give the other guy the courtesy to listen to his opinion. You don't have to agree with him, but hear him out with out interruption.
As some would say: Don't get in a pissing…"
I have been busy working quite a bit lately and have not checked in much here at the base. I read where you lost Bryan, and that is a sad thing for sure, I can relate, I lost my boy General Patton late last year he was a 9 year old American Bulldog, and it takes a bit to recover from those things, but we do,it just takes some time. I am dog less, for the first time since I have been home from the Army 1982, thirty three years, I am not sure what I am going to do I have had some good dogs over the years and I am sure I will get another one someday not sure what kind just yet. I just wanted to write you a note and say I understand the pain and hope you get to feeling better, and you will, and I know from experience that nothing like a new pup to lift the spirit and put a smile on your face. I always thought a Basset hound would be a good dog to have when I get to be a old man. I guess its that time. Stay well Brother.
I have never known the pleasure or pain of owning a dog. My pets usually have feathers. But I know of no one who has experienced the loss of a dog who has not expressed what you are feeling. I'm sorry you lost your friend.
Are you the guy who actually ran the support platoon? I think you worked with Dave Glamm. I was the S-4 Officer at the time. If I recall, the actual Platoon Sgt had a problem and you were asked to sew stripes on and run the platoon. If this is you, you did a great job.