• December 8, 2016

91 captains at Fort Hood to get cut

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  • GBrown posted at 4:40 am on Fri, Aug 8, 2014.

    GBrown Posts: 2

    @Baylor. So, you would have Obama be the president who has to book his flights on commercial airlines and that would have prevented these officers from being separated? Does it make people like you feel better to blame him for everything? Get a life!

  • Baylor posted at 9:35 am on Sun, Aug 3, 2014.

    Baylor Posts: 197

    I would imagine if Obama and Pelosi would limit their excursions on that free jet (which costs tax payers millions) the attrition rule could apply to these foks being cut.

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