- Did you volunteer?
- How did you get suckered into that?
- I wish I could go. If I were only younger/not married/without kids.
- Cool, you get a chance to be part of history.
- Exciting (new staff member)
- You know, if you need help like this in Afghanistan, I can't come out to help
- you (support staffer).
- Let me know if you need anything done here.
- I bet your mom is not happy again.
- You're going to Afghanistan? You need to talk to ____ (this is a very common
- response to a statement of any type at work)
- I'm coming in ___. Hopefully we can get together.
- I hope you volunteered
- That gives you alot to think about
- I have a soft spot for all our boys who deployed (guy who went to Desert Storm)
- I heard you are going on a trip.
Keep your eyes open and head down.
- I wish you the best of luck with and safest journey to Afghanistan.
- Good luck, you're a truly remarkable human being
- Can you get out of it?
- Do you get to carry a gun?
- When we say "support the troops," we don't mean actually go.
- What is ___ (girlfriend) going to do?
- Stay safe, and keep us informed
- He's a scholar and they're sending him to Afghanistan!
- What does ___ (girlfriend) think about it?
- You are going to have such an adventure!
- Been there, done that in my time.
- Stay safe.
- Stay safe. I know you have a lot of people are helping you, but if you need anything done here, let me know.
- Remember, duck, and duck faster.
- You always go to such interesting places.
- Go to a carnival and practice at the duck shoot. That way you get a prize if you hit something.
- I'll be with your mom in the worry camp.