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    Off field, Childress the father worries

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    Updated: 12/13/2008 11:39:45 PM CST


    Aside from football, Brad Childress has a different concern on his mind these days. It's a personal one.


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    Re: Off field, Childress the father worries

    its all part of the training and yes it will be hard, I have done it and I remember questioning myself. He will suceed and become a Marine, God bless, be strong and GOD BLESS THE U.S. MILITARY

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    Re: Off field, Childress the father worries

    "tosstomoss" wrote:
    its all part of the training and yes it will be hard, I have done it and I remember questioning myself. He will suceed and become a Marine, God bless, be strong and GOD BLESS THE U.S. MILITARY

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    Re: Off field, Childress the father worries

    Gotta feel for the Chiller.

    This is hitting close to home in Ole Marrdro's world.
    Wildman seems to think he needs to join the Navy of late instead of doing what I dreamed he would do, go to college.

    Guess all one can do is support them in thier decision and then pray your ass off for them so that they will stay safe.
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    Re: Off field, Childress the father worries

    I hear that, my daughter wanted to go in the National Gaurd and I wanted her to go to college. She won (served 6 years)and now she is a LPN and working on being a RN. And the funny thing is it didnt cost me a cent.

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    Re: Off field, Childress the father worries

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "tosstomoss" wrote:
    its all part of the training and yes it will be hard, I have done it and I remember questioning myself. He will suceed and become a Marine, God bless, be strong and GOD BLESS THE U.S. MILITARY

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    Re: Off field, Childress the father worries

    "tosstomoss" wrote:
    I hear that, my daughter wanted to go in the National Gaurd and I wanted her to go to college. She won (served 6 years)and now she is a LPN and working on being a RN. And the funny thing is it didnt cost me a cent.
    Glad she is safe and thank her for her service.


    I have a bit of ammo now though.
    Wildman was accepted in a apprenticeship program my company offers.
    Very attractive, school is free, 16.00 an hour during the summer etc etc etc.

    Got him thinking pretty hard about it.
    His final interview for the program is in March.
    Decision will be made then I guess.
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    I thank those who serve for their selfless act of investing in our freedom.
    I also thank those family members and loved ones who endure the uncertainty of a family member in the military.

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