MIL gift to retired artillery officer?

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  1. shiba

    shiba Active Member

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    We are having a guest speaker for a ceremony who is a retired artillery colonel. We were tasked to come up with a gift for him and I was wondering if anyone have a good suggestion for a gift that I can get fairly quickly. Thanks
     
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    just dont give him something lame like a desk clock.
     
  3. shiba

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    yeah we were joking around about that. I need a serious answer though.
     
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    A live mortar shell :o
     
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    A book on Military Transformation signed by all of you.
     
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    any suggested title?
     
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    Thomas P. M. Barnett's "The Pentagon's New Map", or Chester W. Richard's "A Swift, Elusive Sword: What if Sun Tzu and John Boyd Did a National Defense Review?"
     

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