Invitation to connect on LinkedIn

by Kelly from the Path on July 11, 2013

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Victory Base Complex 2011 Women’s Ring Push -Ups Champion!

by Kelly from the Path on April 28, 2011

A great day in sports history….

This post is dedicated to my brother and sister, who alone can fully appreciate the irony, having observed for years (ok, decades) their sister being The Last Man Chosen for all sports activities. And I mean: ALL sports. Badminton. Table top foosball. Tiddley winks.

So what if I was the sole female competitor? – This fact diminishes my accomplishment not in the slightest. I completed (sort of) 7 Ring Push-ups… (they are HARD), and without breaking my neck, or my nose.

Here I am pictured with my fellow champions. Note also I am old enough to have given birth to any one of them (further testimony to my greatness).

A special thanks to my friends Renee and LTC Robert. Thanks Renee for having the camera handy to immortalize this auspicious moment in Sports History. Thanks Robert for literally dragging me, kicking and screaming, towards glory. And look, bling!

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Long awaited moment…

April 23, 2011

This week we “farewelled” all the people redeploying in May… for those unacquainted, the services have a tradition of “hailing” newbies and taking “farewell” of those moving on in a ceremony (apptly named the “Hail and Farewell”). In lager commands, where coming and going never ceases, these often occur on a monthly basis- which seems […]

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More Range Photos…

April 17, 2011

See earlier story from MAJ Dave…

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Guest Blogger MAJ Dave, from the Range

April 17, 2011

This report in from MAJ Dave, just in from the Range…. “Whoo Hooo! I earned the EIC Bronze yesterday and 4 points towards my US Army Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge. I was 5th overall which put me in the top 10% of all the competitors. Now I have something to hang next to my US […]

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LTC Libby’s daughter Rhea stands in for Mom

April 17, 2011

Guest Blogger LTC Libby offers this story about the lovely Rhea, who recently made sure Dad wasn’t dateless for the big dinner dance: “This is a picture from the Systems Department’s Spring Formal [at West Point]. As I was unable to attend, Russ took our daughter Rhea (who is 11) with him (…which is good, […]

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Recipie #1 from Chef Mike’s Field Expedient Kitchen

April 16, 2011

From ingredients pilfered from the DFAC- When Chef Mike first started to put this together; I wrinkled my nose at it…. I soon changed my tune. These were such a hit, he’s had to hold several encore performances: French toasted cheese rolls 3 sheets of fresh lavash or large pita bread Approx 1 cup of […]

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Guest Blogger Chef Mike on Field Expedient Cuisine

April 15, 2011

For starters, like most people who attempt to cook, my wife and I practiced our rudimentary skills very early on in our marriage because we liked eating well but didn’t necessarily like having to pay for it. Given my own Mediterranean heritage and our other personal ethnic interests, our tastes naturally migrated to that region […]

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Pink Crocs are so manly!

April 11, 2011
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Pink Crocs …. not everyone can rock this look!

April 11, 2011

MAJ Andy, like many of my Army brethren, cannot pass up a bargain. These pink crocs, (size 13), were apparently quite the steal. He doesn’t take too much guff, however, as Andy is rather well put together (enough so to take lesser mortals apart, anyhow). He is standing out front of an example of what […]

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