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  • Infantry, I was a private E-2 at the time. My job was to protect the fuel. They gave me an M-60, AT4 and my M-16A2. I helped round up over 5700 prisoners after we blew threw their positions like a hot knife through butter.

    • Pretty impressive and I am sure that was quite the experience. I thought about joining the airforce. my grandpa was a sgt in the Canadian dental corps he went to korea, my uncle was an aircraft warfare specialist and went everywhere and my exs dad was a sgt and did some types of mechanics. he went to Bosnia, kuwait and Egypt. I never really believed in authority though. The military like most other hierarchies aren't structured properly and rarely if ever the best person for the job  is the one doing it. It's like politics too none of the right people are even candidates. I could be a lot of things I guess. I know a thing or two about a thing or two and have many skills and the ability to teach myself and others. 

      • It was the first time I saw dead people and participated in killing others. It was an experience that I'll never forget. I always knew from the time I was little I was going to be a soldier like my father. My dad was a marine in Vietnam in 1968 during the Tet Offensive.