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Any other armenians in Kentucky?

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  • #11
    Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

    Wow hahaha...that is close call

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    • #12
      Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

      nah ive been stabbed by a old lady. That was my closest call. She stabbed me in the chest when i was wearing my ballistic plates so it didn't hurt me.

      But i decked her and arrested her.
      "An eye for an eye makes the world blind"
      -Ghandi

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      • #13
        Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

        Originally posted by ArmenianKid
        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.


        How long have you been in Iraq? Were you forced to go there?
        This was interesting and scary, you can write a book or sth. like that.

        as you might know there was an eight year devastating war between Iraq and Iran in which so many Iranian-Armenians participated one of whom momís cousin, he has told me numerous devastating and scary stories and has made a diary but does not give me to read! (he says you are a girl! ) one of the stories he told me was this: everyday they were giving to Iranian hostages only and only watermelon by force(they had to eat that with a gun pointed at their head), you can imagine what was going to happen, all of the hostages were dying from diarrhea!

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        • #14
          Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

          Originally posted by Fedayeen
          I don't tell jokes
          Could you tell us why they killed your cousin?

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          • #15
            Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

            Originally posted by ARK
            Could you tell us why they killed your cousin?
            I wish i knew...not only my cousin, but many like my cousin...went to army and 6 months or 1 year later they bring their body home

            Whoever had money, gave money so thier child could go better place to spend the 2 years rather then in Karabakh...and whoever didn't have money, most ended up with dead child

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            • #16
              Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

              Originally posted by ArmenianKid
              nah ive been stabbed by a old lady. That was my closest call. She stabbed me in the chest when i was wearing my ballistic plates so it didn't hurt me.

              But i decked her and arrested her.
              Damn...but arent you suppse to be in the tank at all times?

              My dad's friend fought in Karabakh and in 1992-1993 i think...he never talks about it, does not even wants to be reminded

              And here i have a friend who served 10 years in the army, fought in Iraq in the 1st gulf war...today he so hates the military, this war, all this bullxxxx...no matter how tired he gets now, he cannot sleep more then 4-5 hours at nights...always awake...because of some kind of drug they gave to them during the fighting so they won't sleep

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              • #17
                Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

                well when we were retaking falluja(sp?) they didn't need a lot of tanks so my tank company got dismounted and attached to some scouts.

                I hate war. all war. I hate my job. But the way the people of Iraq were living was terrible. This war had a noble cause behind it. But its just not working like we thought it would.

                I sleep easy because i know, the people i killed were trying to kill me. I would rather have the crappy job and low pay, then be dead.
                "An eye for an eye makes the world blind"
                -Ghandi

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                • #18
                  Re: Any other armenians in Kentucky?

                  Originally posted by Fedayeen
                  I wish i knew...not only my cousin, but many like my cousin...went to army and 6 months or 1 year later they bring their body home

                  Whoever had money, gave money so thier child could go better place to spend the 2 years rather then in Karabakh...and whoever didn't have money, most ended up with dead child
                  This was soooo sad. I hadn' heard of such stories.

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