08-07-2013 11:22 AM
I think I just found part of my family in here
Told you I would keep an eye on you today LOL
Back to the garden
I'm being good. This is an innocent family reunion
08-07-2013 02:58 PM
08-07-2013 03:18 PM
I'm tempted to apply but my dad passed away in 04' but never retired from the military would i still get a chance? I know im good for it. put me in coach!!!!!
Don't mind me.....Drank to much Coca Cola today.
Sorry to hear about your dad passing. It never hurts to call and ask. Or, they have a membership eligibility wizard. I served in the army for 6 years but never joined when I was in. Luckily, I am now in Afghanistan as a civilian contractor so that made me eligable. If you want to join, get a job on a military installation, join NFCU, and then quit, lol
@Shogun It seems that the more people that say they are NFCU members, the less you value your own son (*cough* me *cough*)
08-10-2013 10:07 PM
I missed my chance to join... didn't have the internet, didn't know any better
Sorry to hear that. If i didn't have this forum, I wouldn't have known either.
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