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Old 01/03/2018, 09:44 PM   #19
GatorKev
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Join Date: Dec 2017
Location: Virginia Beach
Posts: 8
The military can be a great thing. I have been in almost 23 years and don't regret it at all. Just remember that there is good and bad as with everything in life. As far as the tank goes it will depend on when your wife actually joins you and how much having a tank means to you. If she does not join you until your permanant duty station you can set your tank up then as you should be there for a little bit of time. I'm in the Navy so it is a bit different but I pretty much could have spent my entire career in basically one area (spent 17 years here in 2 different spurts anyways). So in the end it just depends on what you want to do and know that it may not be permanent or for a long time.... Maybe downsize a bit and go with a smaller or nano type tank to make it easier if you need to move. Good luck with your new venture!


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