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    Babysitting at it's finest

    On my last duty day in the AF, I present a head shaking moment.


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    Damn, that sucks!

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    Wow, sucks if they arrive during softball season. Or Holiday season. Or 4th of July. Or memorial/labor day weekend. Or superbowl weekend. Or if you are over the age of 21.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDJOKER5 View Post
    Wow, sucks if they arrive during softball season. Or Holiday season. Or 4th of July. Or memorial/labor day weekend. Or superbowl weekend. Or if you are over the age of 21.
    Yeah...especially in December.

    At least, when I was there, New Year's Eve was the one night we had no curfew....and Christmas Day is one of the best barhopping days in Songtan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Measure Man View Post
    Yeah...especially in December.

    At least, when I was there, New Year's Eve was the one night we had no curfew....and Christmas Day is one of the best barhopping days in Songtan.
    From what I heard, A-town had pretty much closed up due to all the jucies being banned. I was told from a troop that just left that it was essentially against DO1 to buy any woman a drink down town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncommonSense View Post
    On my last duty day in the AF, I present a head shaking moment.


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    Is there someone in charge of keeping track of how long people have been on base now? Is the base going to keep a master excel spreadsheet that lists arrival dates for everyone? Maybe the town patrol can carry a copy. Hey Amn Snuffy it says you ahve only been here 3 weeks you aren't allowed to drink until next week.

    Also can you imagine the celebrations on day 30? It will be like having a 21st bday all over again.

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    That sign does not exactly look like an official notice of command policy. I suspect that is a joke of some sort posted in the dorms to fool the new guys/gals.

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    What purpose could that possibly serve? Is it like the phase system back in Tech School (back in '91)? Phase one (1st 30 days): no purchasing/consuming of alcohol, can't leave the base, can't wear civies, group PT 5 days per week Phase two (31-60 days): can only purchase/consume alcohol on weekends, can't leave base, can wear civies on weekends group PT 3 days per week. etc. etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by efmbman View Post
    That sign does not exactly look like an official notice of command policy. I suspect that is a joke of some sort posted in the dorms to fool the new guys/gals.
    http://www.airforcetimes.com/article...g-airmen-Korea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_1991-2011 View Post
    Thanks for the verification. That good idea fairy will get a great comment on their annual evaluation report.

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