Military Brat Life Blogs

Dad’s Brogans or Why isn’t Mt. Fuji a Mountain?

If you’re wondering what a “brogan” is, and what this has to do with anything, read on . . .

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C5 Sighting

Today as I headed home down the 840, my daughter rubber necked around from her car seat and yelled out, “Plane!” It was far away still.  It had completed a turn and was heading away from us.  I was entering an intersection, so I assumed it was the 130 that usually drills in our air space and thought nothing much of it. A half hour later my husband and I set our sights on the bank now […]

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Homesick

Ruth examines the homesickness that affects all Military Brats.

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Military Brat

This article is an in-depth exploration of what it means to be called “Military Brat.”

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My Lucky Shamrock

Some simple stories are hard to explain, and some things in life, like true love, is meant to be.

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Earning Extra Money

Regular paying jobs for Military Brats were scarce or non-existing on many military bases, but somehow we found ways to earn a little extra money to stretch our weekly allowance.

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The Things We’ve Seen

The daily routine of life on a military post was often boring, but once in a while something would happen to shake things up a bit.

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The Trip to India

“Our trips to and from India were marathons . . . with many stops along the way, but the experiences were well worth it.

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MITO Video For B52 Brats

OK!  This is for all you B-52 Brats.  This is an awesome video of the alert crew drilling MITO (Minimum Interval Take-Off ) I’ve actually seen this in person…I don’t know if it was as many planes, but I have seen them take off like this and it is remarkable. Check it out! http://www.fark.com/cgi/vidplayer.pl?IDLink=4632948 I have to say…as much as I love the B52 and can pick out that swirl in the sky any time any […]

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Air Force Brat Jeapordy

Here is an interesting game . . .

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