This is some of what soldiers wear in the extreme heat.
Greensboro, NC - Here's one you're going to hear from some wise-acre this weekend: "Hot enough for you?"
Brian Furniss-Roe thinks' 100° is not so bad.
"The heat...it's nothing like here...but as soon as you sweat it evaporates," said Brian Furniss-Roe, Former Soldier, U.S. Army.
Well, Brian Furniss-Roe just retired from the Army-Forces on Wednesday. Furniss spent 9 months in the Iraq Desert. He told News 2 sometimes it was 110° in the shade.
"When the air blows, it's not like here. It feels like someone is blowing a hair dryer in your face. It's not refreshing," said Furniss.
While, we are coping with the heat, he showed us how our men and women overseas have to deal with higher temperatures while wearing full uniforms and body armor and backpacks filled with 50 lbs of gear.
And Furniss-Roe have a completely different way of judging the weather.
"I'm kind of biased...I get aggravated sometimes. Sometime people complain about the heat. They don't know how good they got it here," said Furniss-Roe.
"It's definitely a different world...people here worry about the 100 degree heat...yea that's nothing," said Furniss-Roe
Furniss-Roe added that this summer he'll be remembering the men and women overseas, who are in what he calls, "The real heat."