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Hello All, I am ArmyofOne, in the real world, I am Joshua Morrison. I am a soldier, stationed at Joint-Base Lewis-McChord, WA. I have been in the military for 8 years as a Heavy Equipment Recovery Tech/Diesel Mechanic. Been stuck on Route Clearance for most of my career. When I am not deployed, I live with my wife Meghan and my best friend (110lbs of Chesapeake Bay Retriever), Marv. I have been on 3 combat tours, Iraq (15 months) Aug-06 to Nov-07, Iraq again (9 months) Oct-2009 to July 2010, and then most recently, Afghanistan (12 months) from July 2011 to July 2012. It is an honor to serve my country, and it is also a real privilege to help out around here on RamForumZ, as well as working with John for Total Load Control.
Now, a bit about my Ram, I am on my 3rd one, a 2011 Big-Horn 4x4 Crew.
-Mopar Roll-up Soft Tonneau
-Total Load Control Airbag System
-Powerstop Drilled/Slotted Brake Rotors
-EBC Ceramic Pads
-AVS bug shield
-Mopar Seat Covers
-Mopar Chrome Handles
-VHT Red Calipers
-Rhino Spray-in bedliner
-Reese CLIV hitch
-K&N Panel Filter
-Silverstar Blue Signals
-Bilstein adjustable shocks out front (not leveled yet...waiting for tires
-Projector Headlamps with CCFL/LED
-Projector Fogs (haven't figured out how I will do that yet)
-Level out the front with Nitto Terra Grappler's
-Rhino-lined side steps
-Katzskin Leather Interior
-Woodgrain interior Trim (real wood, none of that fake crap)
-do a resonator delete on the tailpipes
-Programmer (on pre-order with BullyDog)
My previous 2 Ram's were a 2009 SLT Quad Cab 4x4 in Deep Water Blue Pearl, and a 2005 RCSB Sport 4x4 in Detonator Yellow. On weekends that I am home, I use my Ram to haul my 26' 2001 Bayliner Ciera 2655. During the work week, I drive my '92 Escort most days, and my wife takes the ram on her 40 mile one-way commute. That's how we work in out house. Whoever has the longer commute gets the more comfortable vehicle. I am OK with that, as most of the time when I was driving the truck we were going through a tank of gas every 2-3 days because my job requires me to drive EVERYWHERE. My wife goes to the hospital where she works, and it sits for 12 hours, and then she comes home. A tank a week at most for her. Much more economical, and she's much safer which makes me feel better.
Anyway, that's me in a nutshell, Combat Vet, Mechanic, and Ram lover.