I just graduated last night, I'll be a NCO in about a month. Should be around an extra $400 a month all together once it's all said and done. Can you say B16A2/T?? This is the POW/MIA Table.... it's very hard to look at one of these once you understand the meaning. The table has been set for one, as we know none of our brothers will be with us The chair is turned away from the plate, as we cannot see the face of our guest The white table cloth represents the purity of a soldiers intent during combat The glass has been turned upside down, as we know our brothers will not be toasting with us The lemon on the plate represents the bitter fate that has befallen our comrades The yellow flowers represents the frinedships we have lost The red ribbon represents the blood they shed for our freedom The flage represents the country they we fighting for The salt represents all the tears that have been cried since they have been gone The bible represents god, who now watches over them And the 5 candles represent the conflicts where they were lost it's me, holding a beer (go figure). We ended up drinking till like two or so, then I had to leave Anyway figured you guys would like to see the table. Remember, the people we should thank the most are the ones who can not hear our praise.