If my son said he wanted to something like this I'd slap him into next year.My cadets are only as good as tomorrow.
The guy on the right looks like a right fruit and the bloke on the left looks like he's wearing a caliper...or should be (strange way to stand?)lancslad said:
The fella on the left looks a mite nervous... Please tell me there isn't a "post-coitus" photo elsewhere on this dubious website...Biscuits_AB said:The guy on the right looks like a right fruit and the bloke on the left looks like he's wearing a caliper...or should be (strange way to stand?)lancslad said:
We are not worthy...His name is Abdul. His friends call him Abz. The Black Watch county calls him Mr. Loyal Aficionado. Major Mikesell calls him son. The Drill World calls him National Champion Abdul. We call him Sir Abdul, and each entity refers to him with a sundry, lone given name. His heart is a multi level palace, and Black Watch has a penthouse. Who is Abdul? Whatâs his story?
During his huge success of loyalty expression of Black Watch, the number one question about Abdul has been is he obsessed? which has flooded emails, conversations and message boards on the net. Certainly several people have come to his defense in this department, including Major Mikesell, who refers to him as âsecond sonâ. Perhaps never in the history of Black Watch has an admirer been so plagued by fortitude of being devotee as has been Abdul Al-Romaizan. Born in Milan, Italy, Abdul has managed to focus out questions about his private life to become one of the biggest pursuit draws in the world. The first thing that lures you to Abdul is his human-like attitude, and the way he carries himself is what makes him diverse from the others. He is the combination of bent, strength, and charisma. As the son of an incredibly eminent Saudi father, his scholastic career got off to an early start at the age of 11 when he was sent to one of the popular private boarding schools in England. Interestingly, Abdul decided to move to the United States for his High School epoch. Valley Forge Military Academy was the right step to for him to success. The movie âTapsâ, which was filmed at Valley Forge Military Academy, grasped his attention, and he felt in love with what he saw. The dream of him going to that school became a reality during the same summer, and it turned out to be an opportunity of a lifetime for Abdul to explore. He was no different leaving the academy when he was 17. Abdul graduated from the Military Junior College of Valley Forge as the regimental commander in 2000, and then attended Berets Honors College of Business Administration at Arizona State University from which he graduated in May 2002.
And he has never been anywhere. In fact I can't find any proof that he actually served in a proper military unit. He's a first class Walt.Plastic Squaddie said:
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