Discussion in 'Law Enforcement And Military' started by donutslayer, Apr 1, 2017.
Any LEO's on here?
Recently joined, retired mil LEO.
Oddly enough your post was on the day of my birth, no fool'n.
Welcome to you both...
We here on the Browning Owners Forum Thank You for standing on that Thin Blue Line and protecting our society from those that wish us harm.
Not law enforcement, no. But I have thought about becoming a police officer on several occasions. I have a tremendous respect for our police officers. God Bless them all!
My appreciation and respect for you both.
Thank you for the kind words.
In my 29th year with Philly P.D., glad to meet you
Wow, 29 years in Philly, stay safe!
Thank You, I try
I retired 4 years ago, medically, not by choice, with 25 years service. I miss it bad. Still keep up with some of my friends there. Finally got the swipe card to use the gym. Thank you Browningfan369 for your service.
Thank you Sir. Stay well. As much as you miss it, you paid your dues and played the game now enjoy your retirement. Time doesn't slow down for any of us. God Bless
In my 15th year on the job with the Sheriff Dept
New member here, retired 3 years ago after spending 24 years of bliss with the local Sheriff's Office as a deputy/SWAT sniper. Had both shoulders replaced right before I retired, rode out my sick time until my retirement. Not a medical, I had my points in anyway.
Not law enforcement per se. I'm a corrections officer for The Texas Department of Criminal Justice. I began my career in 1982, fresh out of high school. Retired in 2013, and returned to double dip in 2014. I was also a reserve deputy for the Galveston county Sheriffs department from 1991-2000. October 13, 2022 made 40 years in corrections for me.
New member. 6 years US Customs Service (before CBP), 25 years DEA, now Nevada Attorney General’s Office.
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