we did some cool **** in AIT at Ft. Sill too. on the 4th of july we went to see a Lonestar concert! im not much for country music, (and i really didnt know who they were at the time) but it was an awesome show, and the most fun day during those 4 months... and the VERY BEST MILITARY GRADE FIREWORKS ive ever seen in my life! WOOO HOOO (outside of my first Grateful Dead concert, which was chemically enhanced quite a bit, where the explosions actually went into many shapes such as dancing bears, as well as the american flag. that was close to 4th of july too)
back to AIT...
a few weeks later we did also go to a rodeo, with an old civil war artillery unit (horse drawn) and they fired actual cannon balls in the arena.
one day they took us to a basketball game between the drill sgt's and the oklahoma stars (careem abdul jabar's team) not much into basketball either, but when your on lockdown for months, it doesnt take much to entertain you
1986 Camaro Berlinetta (originally)-now a nitrous breathing 383 stroker
1992 Camaro RS - pretty much stock (only to keep its 25th anniversary edition book value)
all the other Camaros were sold