posted on Dec, 22 2010 @ 05:18 AM
reply to post by Brotherman
First of all thank you for your service.
As i have no military service i would not know but i can definatly see what you mean about PT and belief though.
A friend of my brothers thought it would be fun to give me a taste of the Corps when i was in high school so he emptied a can of bear mace onto the
grass and proceeds to roll me around in it until i was on my knees vomiting.
My point is that if you can get used to that i guess there aren't very many illness your body couldn't fight off
As for the super vitamins i now understand that they are not vitamins but they are called a "worldly vaccination" and they were given to a friend of
mine before he went to Baghdad the first time (2002 i think). I will talk to him again tommorow and ask him more about it
edit on 22-12-2010 by LittleIndianJr. because: (no reason given)
Anyway i brought the vaccinations up because they never told at least the friend i talk to everyday what was in the needle, and i just wonder in 40-50
years if this generation of service men and women will be fighting the CIA to find out what they were exposed to
edit on 22-12-2010 by
LittleIndianJr. because: to get back on topic