Welcome aboard, Doc.
This is a discussion on Greetings from Fayetteville, NC within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; For those who don't know me I am Jess “Doc” Aniol. I am currently in the Army and have been for 15 years, stationed at ...
For those who don't know me I am Jess “Doc” Aniol. I am currently in the Army and have been for 15 years, stationed at Ft. Bragg NC for the past 11. By trade I am a 68W2P Combat Medic, NCO, Airborne Qualified. I am currently on my second tour in the 82nd Airborne Division. My previous assignments have ranged from 7th Ranger Training Battalion (Desert Scorpions), 1/505 PIR 82nd ABN, Dco. 4th Bn 1st. SWTG(A), HHC 44th MEDCOM (PSD), 44th MEDCOM Medical Skills Academy and now 1/325 AIR 82nd ABN, and others. I have deployed 6 times in the past 15 years. My last three deployments (a little over three years in total) have been to Iraq. I am an accredited instructor in the Army as well as an EMT-I in North Carolina and an EMS Instructor at Fayetteville Tech Community College.
I have done just about every job in the Army that a medic is able to do, including Line Medic, Senior Line Medic, Scout Platoon Medic, Personal Security Detachment (Medic) for General Officers, 68W Instructor, Medical Training NCO, Convoy Security Medic and Evacuation Squad Leader.
I am married to a great gal and have a 13 year old daughter. My spare time is occupied by range time, reading (shooting books, medical, survival/preparedness), preparing for the upcoming zombie invasion (the reason I give when asked why I have so many weapons), and working up to two part time jobs.
To me weapons and shooting are a way of life, just as much as my skill as an Army Combat Medic and EMT-I. The more proficient I am, the more I can do for others in a time of need.
"stoic- quiet professional and traveling soldier"
"And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts. And I looked, and behold a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Death, and hell followed with him."- The Man Comes Around
-Johnny Cash R.I.P
Welcome from just up the road in Goldsboro.
When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk.
"Don't forget, incoming fire has the right of way."
Welcome from Alabama, Doc.
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe. Albert Einstein
from Central Florida!
The last Blood Moon Tetrad for this millennium starts in April 2014 and ends in September 2015...according to NASA.
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NRA Life Member
I used to live in Fayetteville on Bingham Dr. when I was stationed at Pope AFB. I spent quite a bit of time hanging around the 7th Group Special Forces when I worked with their commander (Major Mike Farrell) and we both worked part time at Cumberland Knife and Gun. I had a lot of fun there getting to shoot everything 7th group had in stock. Not many Air Force people got to mess around with Law Rockets, 203s, 106 recoilless rifles and many other smaller and very interesting weapons. I was there during the Regean years and times were good. I spent 8 years there and while I was mad when I got the asignment I enjoyed it greatly. Great fishing in frest water and salt water and great hunting over on Fort Bragg. Welcome aboard Doc.
Life member NRA since 1983
I carry a Colt Delta Elite 10mm in Milt Sparks VM2 with 2 extra magazines on my belt. This is normally worn on a belt under my bib overalls and works great for me. My wife carries a Walther PPS .40 w/Crossbreed holster.
Welcome from central Mississippi.
Thanks for your service and thanks for checking in here!
I did my time with the 82nd and loved the area.
Treat me good, I'll treat you better. Treat me bad, I'll treat you worse.
Magazine <> clip - know the difference
martyr is a fancy name for crappy fighter
You have never lived until you have almost died. For those that have fought for it, life has a special flavor the protected will never know
Hello from the Bluegrass.
“Dogs offer one of the most stable and enduring friendships on this earth.”
Welcome from Montana.
When you’re wounded and left on Afghanistan’s plains,
And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
And go to your God like a soldier.
Welcome from Utah Doc.
John Steinbeck: Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he's too old to fight, he'll just kill you.
I drive through Fayetteville several times a week! Fayetteville, Arkansas that is.
Hi and welcome from Fort Worth TX. Thank you for your service to our country!
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Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog, it's too dark to read. -Groucho Marx