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Old 09-03-2012, 15:06   #16
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She finished her degree in drafting as her understudy for architecture, but then the bottom dropped out of construction etc. and she found herself competing with people who had years of experience for the same jobs. She's very strong and highly adaptable and her mind is mechanically geared but she also loves, loves the water. So...she's decided to give the Coast Guard her all instead.
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Old 09-03-2012, 16:59   #17
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Congrats to you and her. Wishing a wonderful career.

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Congrats to your daughter. Be sure to tell her how proud we are.
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Old 09-03-2012, 17:22   #19
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Re: A New Coastie !

I too wish her luck and a long, good career...

Unfortunately many USCG jobs are no where's near the water much of the time...if that's her's gonna take patience if her first assignment is land bound. During my 23 yrs to lead too many distraught young'ns when their dream was more than a few years away and after "a" school at best.

Same with my son in the Navy...thinks a year or two after boot camp and he should be on easy street....oooops...
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Re: A new Coastie!

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Congrats to her and to you! As an ex-Coastie myself I know she made a great choice for service. Keep us posted about what rate training she chooses and where her first duty station is. Should she choose a ship/boat she will learn skills and gain experience that will serve her well on the water for a life-time.
That's absolutely true. My dad was a Coastie and he worked in the marine industry all his life. Apparently it rubbed off on me.
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