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  • New guy in the service

    A kid joins the airborne division. He is back home talking to his father about the experience. He Says Dad, we were up to 10,000 feet and the Sargent slid open the door and told me to jump. I was terrified, I could not jump. He screamed at me and said that if I didn't jump, every man on the plane would have their way with me." The father asks - well son, did you jump? The boy replies - well yea, but just a little...at first.
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    Re: New guy in the service

    That never happens in the Navy!

    Everyone makes mistakes. The trick is to make mistakes when nobody is looking.