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oldgundriver

Was Worried abouy my Navy Daughter - had good news

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My daughter is a Navy Lieutenant (Captain in the other services). She served an 8 month carrier tour in the Persain Gulf last year. She was the Intelligence Officer for an F/A-18 Super Hornet squadron.

She is currently stationed in San Deigo in another unit. She was recently put on notice she might be picked for a year long assignment in Iraq.

Of course I understand you go where the military tells you to go, but as a Dad I did not want her over there. The Good News is - she is not going. Yeah!

I am indeed a happy Dad.

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thats great that she don t have to go. i agree with ox i wish they would just pull everyone out of there.

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It must be a big relief to be able to go and visit her and have her stateside.

Pull everyone home and use them to protect our borders!

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Being a dad also I understand how proud you must be of her success and how relieved you are that she is not going to be sent out to a place like that.

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