As a boy it was with his family, moving from one army post to another.
The island was an Army post from the 1790's to the 1960's.
It was an active army post between 1941 and 1946.
However, he had to resign from his army post and leave the country.
It was only then that most of the community and Army posts closed, no longer being needed.
That's what they called my father when he was coming up outside an army post down around Tucson.
The town also had the regional jail and army post.
But thus far, there have been few attacks on army posts.
But is that necessarily what an Army post needs in a commander?
The Constitution allows him to remain in the army post for eight more years.