The Differences Between Officer And Enlisted Drinking Habits

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The crew discusses what officers and enlisted drink at every stage of their careers. Everyone shares some of their best drinking in the military stories. Also, Weirick has an update on the Bowe Bergdahl case.


Here are the two articles we reference in the show if you want to check them out.

What Officers Drink At Every Stage Of Their Careers

What Enlisted Troops Drink At Every Stage Of Their Careers

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