Yeah well, at the end of June I got somehting I expected (a promotion to Master Corporal) and something I didn’t: I got send to work at the Comm Reserve Unit. So I go from little to no responsibility besides talking to planes to having 10 underlings (mostly Reservist) to command and control. Being a former Reservist, I know their first instinct is to try to do as little as possible, for as long as they can. Well, now I am the guy the WO looks to to keep the troop gainfully employed. Plus, I get to run them. So it’s a culture shock to be back in the ARmy world, or at least the close one can get in a Navy town. I am not looking forward to writing their assesments. 10 of them…10!