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    As fortunate as I am to be working, I may have to give up security soon. My duty belt is causing me lower back pain.
    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    As fortunate as I am to be working, I may have to give up security soon. My duty belt is causing me lower back pain.
    Time to switch to a "load bearing vest".



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    I work in the IT field for the first 40 - am a painting contractor for about 20 hours a week and do real estate the rest of the time. I relax at the range :)

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    I am a Soldier, seems like I live in Iraq and have tours to the US..LOL. But I love my job!
    Anyone wanting to know anything about Iraq or Iraqis drop me a line or if anyone wants to know anything about the Army as of current, I can tell you as much as I know..(without having to kill you of course.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Fan View Post
    Time to switch to a "load bearing vest".



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    You're not the first to have told me that. I, however, don't think that those vests look very professional; leave the SWAT team gear for SWAT teams.
    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

    Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    ..... another security guard at our company.
    Thank You Sir, I seriously thought about going that way. Brinks, Total or some one like that. Maybe a little less stress. Maybe in the Sun Belt some where.
    Semper Fi

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    Thank You Sir, I seriously thought about going that way. Brinks, Total or some one like that. Maybe a little less stress. Maybe in the Sun Belt some where.
    If you want less stress, get a job working in a cubicle in an office somewhere. Don't do security.
    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

    Benjamin Franklin

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    Certified real estate appraiser.

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    I am a Force Protection Agent for the DOD right now in Iraq. I am also a Body Guard, protection agent is the new PC term, but I am actualy a problem solver for people with money. I have worked 5 years in Iraq, 1 1/2 in Afghanistan, and have traveled the world protecting people from all walks of life. I am retired from the Army SOF, and in my free time I am working on getting upgrade to a USCG Captains license. Working in Camp Korean Village right now on the Syrian border. I live in Miami, but do DOS contract work up and down the coast. I am also a InSights Training Center Instructor, and if you need some realistic, tested training, just ask, and I can put you in touch with Greg Hamilton. Oak out

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    Keep the abdominal muscles in shape.

    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    As fortunate as I am to be working, I may have to give up security soon. My duty belt is causing me lower back pain.
    Having broken my back twice on aprachute jumps, I feel for you, but what I have found helps me out is a good center core training workout, which strengthens the abdomen, and lower back. Believe me, if you don't keep up on it the back will let you know. I have to wear body armor sometimes 10 hours a day, and it is imperative you have a good strong core. Oak out

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