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My ASVAB scores from December 22, 1994. I joined the Army's early entry program and took the Oath of Enlistment on June 28, 1995. I wanted to share my scores and would love to know more about them.
Upon the bed lay the body of Walter Morris. Broken, battered and covered in blood, it lay motionless. Three lives are entangled in a mindless attack on a frail old man who gives everything to save a women he has only just met.
Inspired by Nastia Liukin winning the gold medal for the women's all around gymnastics in the Bejing Olympics. It was late at night when I watched it and I was filled with a sudden fierce pride for my country as I watched the medal ceremony. So, I harnessed that feeling…