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As an eighteen year old High School graduate 1952 saw two choices for me, go to college, or join the Army. I was not ready to be taught any more as I thought I knew everything! I Joined the Army.
At a tender age of 18 I was introduced to the very neccessity of self preservation, inorder to survive I had to learn how to defend myself as well as my comrads, and and to look out for all of our unit. None of us wanted to Kill, but if it was us or them, we perfer it be them. Many many Americans were saved by that practice.
Now, the best trained and equipped Military in the world must ask permission in order to Kill someone trying to kill us. I am happy I served, and am very sad to see our talents wasted from thousands of years of Hate and killing.

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