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Any other armenians in Kentucky?

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  • Any other armenians in Kentucky?

    Well?

    The army sent me this new hole in the ground. And i seem to be the only freaking armenian in the whole state.

    Most ask if i made a country up and insist im talking about albania.
    "An eye for an eye makes the world blind"
    -Ghandi

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    Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

    I'm surprised they know about Albania.

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      Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

      I am prety sure your not the only one in the whole state haha

      Why didn't join marines instead of army?

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        Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

        Well army gets paid a little more.

        And my dumb self thought
        "hey theres a million plus in the army, whats my chances of getting deployed?"
        I spent almost a year in the desert haha.

        The only other armenian i met here was in the armenian army. He came here to learn how the US uses tanks so the armenian army could learn.

        But he was a officer so we didn't really talk, but i got to teach him stuff.
        "An eye for an eye makes the world blind"
        -Ghandi

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          Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

          Originally posted by ArmenianKid
          Well army gets paid a little more.

          And my dumb self thought
          "hey theres a million plus in the army, whats my chances of getting deployed?"
          I spent almost a year in the desert haha.

          The only other armenian i met here was in the armenian army. He came here to learn how the US uses tanks so the armenian army could learn.

          But he was a officer so we didn't really talk, but i got to teach him stuff.
          Come on man...so your telling me you joined for money...thats really weak...but LOL @ you thinking that hehe

          See my friend joined marines, and he says every where he went he met Armenian...and what do good Armenians do? help each other...make sure he does not end up in the infantry...

          but anyways, what are your plans now? what you doing in Kentucky?

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            Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

            right now im stuck here with 1st ID gearing up to go back into the sandbox (Iraq)
            But right now im trying to do some schooling while im here. I worked some armenians in Iraq. the Armenian soldiers there are just engineers but when we got under fire they knew what they were doing
            "An eye for an eye makes the world blind"
            -Ghandi

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              Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

              Originally posted by ArmenianKid
              right now im stuck here with 1st ID gearing up to go back into the sandbox (Iraq)
              But right now im trying to do some schooling while im here. I worked some armenians in Iraq. the Armenian soldiers there are just engineers but when we got under fire they knew what they were doing
              Haha...really or you joking?

              So you gonna go back? damn

              Come on tell some stories, my friend is in marines, i eat his brain off...i ask so many question...but i am really angry with Armenian Army, they killed my cousin and knifed my neighbor in the back...I don't know why but Karabakh people hated people from Echmiadzin

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                Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

                First of all, AK: Albania? That's rough. Wow. I am pissed off. I am xxxxing pissed off!!! ALBANIA?!!!!! I hate ignorant xxxxing xxxxhead xxxxers.

                OMG, Fedayeen...you serious?
                "Many diasporans are the descendants of genocide survivors. They are not just going to forget what the Ottoman Turks did to them or their ancestors in 1915. For the Turkish government the diasporans are merely the "ones that got away."" -- Tom Servo

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                  Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

                  Originally posted by Quarteria

                  OMG, Fedayeen...you serious?
                  I don't tell jokes

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                    Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

                    Originally posted by Fedayeen
                    Haha...really or you joking?

                    So you gonna go back? damn

                    Come on tell some stories, my friend is in marines, i eat his brain off...i ask so many question...but i am really angry with Armenian Army, they killed my cousin and knifed my neighbor in the back...I don't know why but Karabakh people hated people from Echmiadzin
                    Damn dude, i don't think i will be able to trust them anymore.

                    Alright i'll tell some stories.
                    We were in sadr city, a slum of baghdad. i was sleeping on top of my tank. about 10 or 12 of these guys wearing what looked like black pajamas started shooting at us from a mosque. They were shooting at a tank...with AK-47s...

                    I swung my loaders hatch mounted M-240C machine gun and blasted away. It was like a turkey shoot. A few of the guys were wounded but i was letting them get away.

                    but instead of running away they turned around AND RAN TOWARD ME. one of the guys pulled out a hand grenade, pulled the pin and tryed to climb on my tank. he was to close for me to use my mounted machine gun so i reached into a sponson box ( a storage box on a tank) and found a track jack (a large metal tool used for putting track back together) and smacked the guy upside the head with it and dove back into the tank before the grenade went off killing him for good.

                    The rest of my tank crew were using a date palm tree for a latrine and couldn't be bothered by all this.
                    "An eye for an eye makes the world blind"
                    -Ghandi

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