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Ken Raimondi said:

KAF
Dylan,

I can only speak from my experience and those I spoke to. No one told me they only had 45 seconds at KAF. Now there were a few folks who said that hot water isn't always an option but when it was there they were able to take a normal "combat shower" at a minimum. That's about 5 minutes.

-Ken
 
February 23, 2010
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betsy dozeman said:

you
I hope you got your meal-shower and good rest! you deserve it. Things dont always go as planned your go with the flow attitude it the one to have! I am addicted to you guys!! thanks for everything
 
February 23, 2010
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Dylan Matheson said:

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Thanks for answering my question Ken appreciate it, and Ken you are one of the few people that have pronounced my last name correctly, 9 times out of 10 they'll say it wrong, I don't know why, I mean when I look at it on paper it doesn't look like its that hard of a name to pronounce, but o well I get a kick out of it, loved the video from the inside of the CH-147D, I thought it would be louder inside those things. Another question for ya, I was recently talking to a soldier who came back from Afghanistan not to long ago he said that you get like 45 seconds of running water for a shower at KAF, is this actually true? or was he just messing with me.
 
February 22, 2010
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Ken Raimondi said:

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Sherrie,

Glad we can help! Anyway we can help the world connect with the people here is a success to the project. Thanks for watching.

-Ken
 
February 22, 2010
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sherrie vaughn said:

mrs.
You guys are awesome and I've really enjoyed the series so far.Grandson who is over there never talks about everyday stuff.Thank you for your insights.
 
February 22, 2010
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