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Why won't this man answer questions

sensible don

Supporting Member
The illegal immigration problem was SOLVED until Biden revoked the remain in Mexico policy - that was the key to securing the border.

The opioid problem has gotten worse on Joe's watch - you telling me he should get a pass on that?

Guns aren't the problem - criminals free to run in the streets is. What has Joe done to address that problem? Zilch!

Joe ran on having a plan to end the covid pandemic, and it is still, for all intents and purposes, out of control. You can whine about the "unvaxxed" all you want but the fact remains that other countries have moved beyond the disease without 100% vaccination.

So we can't criticize Joe for his failure to address the ongoing and worsening problems, despite his promises to fix I have that right?
Ok so show us the numbers that back up your claim as to - go _________________________
"The illegal immigration problem was SOLVED until Biden revoked the remain in Mexico policy - that was the key to securing the border."

So you are saying the ego wall worked when you have already stated it failed badly - so which is it now ?

sensible don

Supporting Member
It appears you hear many things in your mind that others don't "Chemical Officer"
so what is your obsession with the words chemical officer - what do you think they call a Nuclear, Chemical, Biological Officer in the military - this should be good go ________________

yet another blatant embarrassment for you - multiple times

What does the Chemical Corps of the US Army do?

The Chemical Corps are the branch of the United States Army tasked with defending against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons. The corps was founded as the U.S. Chemical Warfare Service during World War I. Its name was changed to the Chemical Corps in 1946. For most of its history, the Chemical Corps was tasked with delivering chemical weapons rather than defending against them.

sensible don

Supporting Member
Here you go Mr. Military - now I really doubt you served at all

Army Chemical Officer
One of the more recent billets created in the Army is the Chemical Officer. The Army Chemical Officer is the person considered the expert on issues of Chemical, Nuclear, Biological or other weapons, and in the area of weapons of Mass Destruction. The Chemical Officer is the person responsible for advising the Commander on all radiological and NBC weapons issues, warfare, defense and homeland protection issues. The position of Army Chemical Officer also deploys Chemical Army units to support combat with smoke and flame weapons, chemical or other technology management items.

The Army Chemical Officer is normally a 2nd or 1st Lieutenant, and they may be responsible for:
-Controlling and commanding chemical operations with units and armed forces.
-Coordination of chemical soldiers at every level from platoon to company, battalion and higher, in both multinational and United States Army operations.

After commissioning as a 2nd Lieutenant officer in the Army, a Chemical Army Officer candidate will attend the Chemical Basic Skills Officer Course, where you will learn tactics, leadership skills, procedures and practices, as well as operational aspects of serving as a Army Chemical Officer. Some of the training will be in the classroom and will be very heavy on chemistry and science coursework, while other training will be held in the field and on the job.

To be successful as an Army Chemical Officer, you have to be able to exhibit certain qualities. These are qualities that any one wishing to serve in the Army as an officer must possess.
You should have self-discipline, intelligence, confidence, initiative, and be assertive. You should be physically fit and able to perform under a variety of mental and physical stress situations. True leaders are able to seize up situations swiftly and make decisions quickly even those that are vital and have a lot riding on them. Leaders focus on mission first, and show respect and provide encouragement for subordinates, and leadership to other military Servicemembers in their command.

Chemical Officers often continue in the Operations career field, increasing to higher levels of responsibility and leadership, moving into command and control levels of Army leadership.

Chemical Officers may continue in the Operations career field, serving in Chemical Corps at ever increasing levels of leadership and responsibility. An Army Chemical officer will rise until they command a company of Chemical Unit soldiers (200-300 soldiers armed with Chemical equipment). They act to help develop doctrine, organization and equipment unique for the mission of chemical Army units.

sensible don

Supporting Member
It was ahellofa thread jacking of the Topic


Biden doesn't answer questions and can't find the sidewalk
So no denials, just a lame deflection - thanks for confirming it all. The sane posters have seen and read it. Be careful out there, keep it straight ok - write it down if you need to.

And to think about all those posts in the archives to be dug up :)