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Old 04-30-2016, 09:16 PM   #78
Ndnsoldierboy
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It's now been 4 years since I retired from the military as of today 30 April.

I almost forgot. My M-4 carbine rifle in the photo had a peculiar name. Her name was, "Mutton Hoof". I named her after I met the most beautiful NDN woman on the planet. A Navajo NDN I met in the 90's. She was from New Mexico. She was a USAF veteran and even liked metal. We lost contact cause I was on deployments and she went to college. I hope she is doing well. Mutton Hoof was the most fun NDN I met.
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