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rebel357

Son Graduated Army Boot Camp Ft Benning Ga this past week

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I thought you all might want to see some pics. He played the game as widowmaker.

Here he is in front of the National Infantry Museum

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Here are a couple tanks from the parade field.

Stuart M3A1

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Same Tank with turret battle damage.

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Sherman M4A3

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this is right after Graduation where they got to put on there Black Beret

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Congrats Reb.......he looks great! Last pic is Bradley fighting vehicle w/exterior armor. ;) 25 mm cannon with 7.62 coax mg. Sometimes come with "wing guns" LMGs mounted behing turret on both sides.

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Congrats. I graduated basic at Ft. Knox in '85 and was at Benning with the 82nd '85 to '87. Keep him away from Victory Drive, lol, and make sure he shaves and shapes that beret. Apparently they don't teach how to wear it looking at some of the other guys in the group pic, lol

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Congrats Reb, good luck to your son. I graduated from Basic in 1972 at Fort Ord, CA. Different world then. The "Good Old Days" they were not. The Army is definitely different now and better than the Army of 1972.

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Grats! My father used to train soldiers at Fort benning before he retired there in '78. Ranger training if I remember correctly as he trained on the jump towers.

Remember me and my mom running into him at the base hospital one day when I was a young boy. I had broke my arm; one of his soldiers had been injured at the grenade training course.

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