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Old 01-01-2013, 05:00 PM   #44
bimmerfan08
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Originally Posted by mdyaman View Post
So you were a project manager with Raytheon in Kuwait, then now you're in the US, living in the Midwest and have a pharma degree and are a pharmacist? Now you were in Afghanistan working as a USAID contractor?

I think we need more clarification, or rather timeline.



please elaborate on your "boots on the ground" experience. I think you're referring to Swish here, but some of us "e46 Rangers" have gone out on patrols, weeks at a time, living in farm houses/out of vehicles, cleared villages, taken IDF, etc.
She was also an engineer at one point...
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