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    Joint Chiefs Of Staff

    What are these things?

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    Trampolines!

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    portable fox holes ??
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    Re: Joint Chiefs Of Staff

    Originally posted by TonyT
    What are these things?

    LOL you got me. I was Navy

    My best educated guess would be storage of the clean shower water that would then pumped into the shower area.

    You might want to ask UOD or lvlsr. Both are land lubbers.

    I just posted them for ARS.
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    I think they're for water. See the hoses between them?

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    water bladders.

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    Originally posted by UOD
    water bladders.
    Great now I need to take a leak.
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    Originally posted by SilverDakota
    I think they're for water. See the hoses between them?

    EDIT: great minds think alike, JCOS.
    Ok Ok I looked and did not see one damn horse.
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    Originally posted by Joint Chiefs Of Staff


    Ok Ok I looked and did not see one damn horse.
    Horses? Where? I didn't see any horses...

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    lister bags, water it is. While in Haiti we had one that was actually as big as that tent. During the day the sun would heat the water up to about 85 degrees sort of refreshing for your evening shower, but by 700AM after running two laps around the 8,000 foot runway we were next to, the water was freezing!! I think the one we had held 10,000 gal. It provided enough water for a SF B team, a civil afairs team, my medical platoon, and a company of Guatamallan MP's plus a Pakistani Batallions laundry.
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    Originally posted by kneemeister
    lister bags, water it is. While in Haiti we had one that was actually as big as that tent. During the day the sun would heat the water up to about 85 degrees sort of refreshing for your evening shower, but by 700AM after running two laps around the 8,000 foot runway we were next to, the water was freezing!! I think the one we had held 10,000 gal. It provided enough water for a SF B team, a civil afairs team, my medical platoon, and a company of Guatamallan MP's plus a Pakistani Batallions laundry.
    Thank you for the follow up.

    Interesting to say the least.
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    Lister bags...Hmmm... sounds like an Internet term for someone on a mailing list that never posts.
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    its amazing what you find on a web search.
    "Lys*ter bag n : a canvas water bag used esp. for supplying troops with chemically treated drinking water"

    http://www.qmmuseum.lee.army.mil/somalia/water_5.jpg
    this is the same bag you see used in Somila

    http://www.sei-ind.com/images/butterr_n.jpg one like we had in Haiti
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