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Success Spotlight: Jay from Grand Forks. Lifestyle. 2016-09-15 | By: Snap Fitness Jay has lost a total of 280 pounds since he began at Snap Fitness just two years ago. Read on and prepare to be inspired by his incredible dedication throughout his fitness journey.

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  • Fargo being legendary thanks to the coen bros and now lesser known fact, birth place of your goodself! Entertaining content as ever

  • I was talking to the army but I think I am going Air Force according to my brother and dad both army soldiers Air Force has a easy lifestyle and easy basic training

  • Man, these dorms make me glad my current bases dorms where up to par. And luckily, since this base I’m at has limited space available, I only had to live in them for five months before they booted me out for that sweet BAH/BAS.

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  • This is not the GFAFB I was stationed at in ’81-’82. We didn’t call them dorms either. Oh well. As long as our flyboys can complete their mission by going out to break things and kill people, that’s all that matters. 321 SPS

  • N-time watching this video. How is the Mr pink as double century ride? Trying to decide between this (the green one) and Soma pescadero. Tire clearance is tempting me but the Columbus zone sound a amazing deal too.

  • I dont know about you but when I was in the dorms “ghosting” was a minimum Letter of Reprimand due to misuse of government funds (fraud, waste, and abuse).

  • hi everyone,if anyone else wants to learn about how to attract success in life try Tarbetti Secret Success Tutor (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my m8 got great results with it.

  • I know you’re really busy, but if decide in the future to fly over to the States, from Greece, will you do the honour of tattooing me?

  • how long do you have to live in the dorms as a single airman? do you have to live there forever if you never get married or have kids?

  • For being in the middle of Iowa in the wooded Des Moines River valley, I’m grateful that I’m not any more west inside the Midwest. It’s pretty flat here also but it is rather rolling hills with at least some terrain, kinda. Golden gems for adventure cycling are always near though. Stay away from the corn and you’re good to go. Ugh, that ride looked like Nebraska. Bob Seger was right… “On a long and lonesome highway, east of Omaha…”

    So… you’re in Montana? I just assumed you were in the PNW judging from your other videos.

  • I leave May 7th!!! For security forces, and I’m pretty sure I’m gonna end up somewhere in the northern region. At least that’s what I keep getting told���� ugh I can’t stand the cold����

  • Gray Hall was just renovated (222)…tight living space but more up to date. The rest is by the the AFI unfortunately, cant replace furniture before the end of life expectancy which averages 10 years.

  • if you score really well on the ASVAB, can you go into BMT with a high rank or does everyone start at E-2? if so, what’s the highest rank you can start with before even going through BMT?

  • Station at Grand Forks Jan 1981 to March 1987. Those dorms to me are awesome compared to when I was there with hard floors, no carpets, sharing it with a room mate. I wish you do a tour of the whole base. Either way I still enjoyed my Air Force times there especially during the summer time as a (Security Police). Was station also at Ellsworth, Osan, Kunsan, Misawa, Clark AB, Kuwait, Dharhan Saudi Arabia, Fort Dix training and of course the big San Antonio Lackland (3711 BMT).

  • Weekly inspections. I was career Air Force, and worked as a First Sergeant. I have seen plenty of rooms that were not maintained well. Hell..I found a joint one day, sitting on the table. Oops.

  • Too good! Always entertaining Mr.Klein, a good reminder of how fantastic the terrain in the PNW is here but i do agree those long shadow shots on the high plains are dope!

  • you and nate hills are the only reason i carry my phone and you are the reason why i bought/made a gravel bike “run what you brung”

  • Nice video, dumb question I’m joining soon.
    Do you get to go out of base on weekends like for example bike ride somewhere in a MTB park, walking, running, errands etc? I’d like to keep practicing my outdoor activities while enlisted but seems hard because I have to live on dorms

  • Wow it’s like living in a hotel. And one person to a room. Just saying you shouldn’t complain about modernization. Try ww2 barracks for army.

  • I lived for several years in Hillsboro, ND and when I got back into cycling in 2010 I would ride up and down Highway 81 to Fargo and back. It was a great ride and I miss the serenity of it. The wind, I don’t miss though.

  • Girl, I’ve lived in GF for quite a while now. This is so weird. Are you still stationed at GFAFB? Also, I’ve know Katka’s sister for YEARS! Just keeps getting weirder!

  • That chest of drawers have been around since I was in the military it looks just like those that were in the dorm. And I retired 1991.

  • I was in the Air Force in the mid 80’s, and we knew we had it better than the other branches. However, this is even way better than we had it. We had two people per room, with a bathroom shared between two rooms. If you were E-4 or above, you got your own room. The walls were cinderblock. We did not have it bad, but this is luxury in comparison.

  • I live in grand forks North Dakota. I really like your videos.i live @ the legacy apartment’s. There behind menards. There so nice n very peaceful living there. And it’s not so depressing looking

  • Over a year ago I was suppose to test for my weigh in and everything and they told me I was pregnant with with my baby girl.. I’m going to still get back into the routine of things and I’m going to join still. Watching your videos gave me that encouragement I needed to speed up the process and get some pep in my step

  • I\’m not sure but,if anyone else trying to find out how to attract success and money try Tarbetti Secret Success Tutor (do a search on google )? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my friend got amazing success with it.

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to learn about how to attract success and money try Panlarko Create Success Planner (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my m8 got cool success with it.

  • Memory lane is always a mind altering trip right? That All-City was one fine looking bike though. How about an All-City vs. Ritchey steel frame showdown/hoedown? Would you say Ritchey and All-City make are the best 2 companies for steel frames?

  • hi everyone,if anyone else trying to find out how to attract success and money try Panlarko Create Success Planner (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some great things about it and my co-worker got cool results with it.

  • I don’t know what she means outdated… MCRD San Diego (Marine Corps Recruit Depot) billeting still has 80’s tube tv’s and broken tile in the bathroom… ha ha ha…

  • Love this! Cabaret(?) music over the nothingness of your surrounds was brilliant. Part ride, part tour guide, part counter culture history and your Mum. Too good.

  • I shared a room in a barracks, not dorm, with two other guys. We had a central latrine and a day room with the only TV in the barracks. We pulled CQ, two inspections a week, GI parties periodically as well. The appliances we enjoyed were an electric alarm clock and coffee pot. That’s all and if you want a better look at the barracks, look up Glasgow AFB, MT on youtube. Off duty, we had a auto and wood shop, a library, bowling alley which you never could bowl at, and a cafeteria. That’s it and I laughed when she said this dorm was outdated. No airman’s club and limited access to the NCO club, airman’s night. My wife jokes when she said that’s why we got married. Seriously though, outside of the radar site at Opheim, MT, this was the worst base in the AF. Limited MWR funding since someone discovered if the gate was moved up to the county highway, we were only remote, not isolated. Only two female airmen on base, both married so no dating possibilities. On a positive side, the hunting and fishing were great. The weather was hot in the summer and the winters were brutal with the high for the day around 0-10 above. Boring as all get out so I went to school and read a lot, the only two further positives I can think of for this place. Thank God it is closed.

  • Old? Seriously? We would have killed to have a room like that! We couldn’t even have a hot plate. 120 square feet for two people E3 and below E4 and E5 USUALLY had their own rooms. E4 and below had to have permission from their squadron commander to get married. We didn’t make enough money to get married…I see nothing to complain about here.

  • I was wondering why I haven’t seen the bike before. I didn’t know it was possible to go 90+ miles and have 500ft of elevation gain.

  • Ahhh, the memories of GFAFB Dorms. TBH, I don’t think I’ve ever set foot in the kitchen. I walked into the common room… once and walked back out. I don’t think anyone ever used the common room. I had an armoire in the dorm room, not just a dresser. Did they take those out? Was lucky enough to have an end room with no shared bathroom.

  • So your military sister needs your help she’s being MISSING after being SEXUALLY assaulted in a military BASE so they found some human remains and they dont know whos remains have being found but the search has been called of she is still missing. So how does some one come up MISSING from a military BASE with out any one knowing when you left she needs some she can trust to help her she needs your help ask questions

  • Hey Dustin!, any way you could ask your bud how he installed a bb30specific crank on a English threaded BB bike? ive been on the perfect fit journey on one of my bikes, but cant seem to pin the nail on the donkey yet. Id love to know how he did it!

  • Hello. I was stationed at Grand Forks AFB from 1989-1995. Loving your video. I haven’t been back to ND since being stationed there. Keep the videos coming and stay encouraged. ��

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to learn about how to make your own success try Tarbetti Secret Success Tutor (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my m8 got great results with it.

  • Here I am trying to motivate myself to do for the first time a 125 mile ride with 9000 feet of elevation next Saturday with some friends. Glad you posted this video at this time because as you can imagine, I need all the inspiration I can get! Keep it coming my friend:)

  • I did my first century in Lincolnshire ’cause it’s so flat there. Mad regrets, probably something like 30 seconds freewheeling over 6 hours lol.

  • I was stationed at GFAFB from 1986 -1990.
    I worked at what used to be called CBPO Consolidated Base personal Center.
    I was in charge of what was called PC-III
    I worked for CMsgt Ed Bartig.
    The CBPO Commander was Col Skidmore.
    The new airman’s dorm was just being moved into back in 1990.
    I chose to stay in the old dorms rather than move into the NCOs dorms.
    Great people, great place to be stationed.

  • Cant wait to transfer to the airforce after my enlistment with the marine corps. EAS August 2020 and heading to airforce recruiter immediately after receiving my dd214.

  • They couldn’t be bothered to do a little kerning, on that house number, on our high school. Looks the the “1” is trying to escape.

  • A couple questions just out of curiosity. Can you have posters or pictures on the walls in your room? Also, can single Airmen request and get approved to live off base with a housing allowance like in the Navy?

  • I live in ND too. I just signed for enistment in the army a few days ago and have been binging your videos religiously. I know army and air force are different but everything helps when i have no knowledge on anything after basic.

  • How does packing for dorms go? I know you are supposed to bring the minimum for bmt but im having a hard time finding how much to bring for afterwards and how long you have to pack.

  • Not certain about the points made but,if anyone else wants to learn about how to create your own success story try Panlarko Create Success Planner (do a search on google )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my partner got excellent success with it.

  • Nice upgrade from what I had at Grand Forks AFB when I was there in the late 1970’s. My “barracks”, as we called them back then, were 2 guys to a room, with a small bathroom separating 2 more guys that had their room.
    No group kitchen or bike storage back then.
    Our day rooms were similar.
    My barracks (322) was brand new in 1976, but has since been bulldozed from what I can see on Google maps. It was located west of the Red River Inn (Chow hall) which is now the location of a road and pond.
    Interesting video.

  • I\’m not sure but,if anyone else trying to find out how to create your own success story try Tarbetti Secret Success Tutor (do a google search )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my cousin got amazing success with it.

  • Absolutely love this bike✒> share4.photo/RoadBike?Oる    I originally bought it to go back and forth to work (about 3 miles each way) and also leisure riding on weekends. I just completed the Discover Hudson Valley 55 mile Bike Tour on this bike and it was awesome. Definitely recommend this bike for the price, it is worth every penny!

  • Fun! I visited Fargo & Grand Forks in 2009 while touring with my friends’ metal band. They played The Aquarium and we toured a few days with Fargo band Battlefields. There’s a good story about crossing the border too.

  • my rides are usually up to 120km, so I’m curious is it different when you ride twice the distance? or is it just about saving more energy for the rest of the trip?

  • In my day we were called wing nuts now after seeing all these YT vidios on my belovid Air Force, I think they should rename them AIR HEADS, boy I’m glade I’m retired

  • I knew this was gonna be a gas when I saw the mileage (168 ��) I hope you learned position on the bike is key, makes fer �� knees… otherwise, spot on again��

  • Flat roads = Hours of pedaling with no long descents for breaks. That will test your body and your mind, especially when the headwinds fire up. Explains why I always like heading out west where there’s climbs.

  • I ghosted a dorm room many years ago while stationed at Minot when I was a SrA. Being single at the time, I didn’t get BAH to live off base, but got together with a couple other guys and rented a 3BR apartment. Back then, rent was only like $600/mo, so it we only paid $200 each. For us, it was worth it to pay the $200 out of pocket to have a place of our own.

  • Grand Forks dude here! Good on you for showing Kollinger (or Eielson). They’re a much more accurate depiction of the dorms as a whole. Unlike Barnes, being the Taj Mahal of eternal happiness, and Bunch (currently) being the moldy blast back to the 1950s. Thankfully though, Bunch will be renovated immediately following Gray Hall’s renovation wrap up.

    But anyways, killer job showing the base in a positive light! Sometimes it gets a bit rough to see the pros over the cons up here.

  • As an Iowan I can say yes that will be high fructose corn syrup, or E85 ethanol

    PS. I make a point to shit in soy bean fields during RAGBRAI.

  • Очень хорошо,дотошно разобрано каждое задание,объяснены все варианты ответов. Полезный разбор:все наглядно и удобно при подготовке к тестированию.Спасибо авторам!