The purpose of this site is inform those who share similar experiences in commuting long distances in order to support of this great nation.  Whether you drive, fly or both this will be pertinent to you.

Since September 11, 2001, the job of the typical reservist job has has morphed from being the stereotypical ‘one weekend a month and two weeks out of the year’ requirement into one requiring much more flexibility from their civilian employers, understanding from family and more support from local, state and the federal government.

The intent is to entertain and enlighten you.  This is also not a channel for one way communication, your feedback and questions are always welcome. So keep checking back frequently.


I’m a 35 year old Marketing-IT Pro/MBA/Navy Chief/Private Pilot/Webmaster/Civic Driver/Snowboarder/Technophile who is trying to decide where next to take his career.  As I’ve been a reservist who has traveled annually over 15,000 miles (out of pocket) for over 9 years to get to his reserve unit, I wanted to share the lessons learned along the way to make it easier to manage and as cost effective as possible.

My story is not unique…I’m not the only one who does this, there are many citizen Sailors, Soldiers, Marines, Airmen and Coastguardsmen who do the very same thing.

AWFC(AW/NAC) David Khan

AWFC(AW/NAC) David Khan - Citizen Sailor

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