Having spent a little time in the Air to Ground War, unless you
are being fired on, it's a game. Especially on mission debrief
where we had chips, dip and beer watching the films. Even ground
support crews were invited to those films back then. On every
fire ball hit, the cheers in the hangar would make the same
sounds as a touchdown in the Superbowl today. It's not like
being a ground troop where it's up close and personal. And the
math is much higher. Take it from me (and this confuses my VA
Shrink), never do the math. The way to deal with it all is to
keep it like a game that turns real every once in awhile.
I understand what he is talking about. It's his way of dealing
with it now that it's over for him. Sanity and all that rot.
for free movies and Nostalgic TV. Tons of Military shows and