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Those two simple words felt stained to my lips every time I had to say them while growing up. I was raised in a military family, with a father that was never home. My father was in Special Forces so he was constantly deployed for months on end.
I think his longest deployment was probably fifteen months, maybe eighteen, I have grown to forget them by now. Not just because of how important and secretive he. The way that I was socialized ,oore up was through my interactions different people of different races due to my military affiliation and being transferred to different locations every three years and more recently storytelling from both my parents about things they both went through while my dad was away.
They instilled some of that storytelling into me and I used that technique to tell some of my experiences.
Furthermore, most of my life revolved around the military and religion. Those two aspects. This of course upset me, as I knew my dad could still be in danger, regardless of his job in the military. Ths told Linnea as much, but she still did not understand, calling me a brat.
A brat: something that many military kids get called. By this point I realized that she was not going to give up and I decided to ignore her and continue on with my day. She also informed.
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Being raised by a Military family is what had to shape me the most growing up. With my Dad gone overseas, I was strictly only raised by my Mom. However, there was another contribution to what has shaped me to who I am today as well. Since we were Military, we were moved from Texas, 1, This impacted my growth in the fact that my Mom, my Sister and I, were alone.
All of my extended family lived here, scattered throughout Texas. Being raised just by my Mom for a while. My job is Infantry. Continue reading did you join? I joined the military because I wanted to do my part for our great country.
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I grew up in the military, and it was something that always impressed me. We my family are very proud of our country, so serving is something that is very important to us. I did not think twice about signing on the dotted line. The military did its part by taking care of my family growing up as a young child; I felt I had to give back. When I joined, I was looking. Both of the boys grew up without fathers and in a neighborhood financially struggling.
Both mothers working and relying on their parents to watch their children. The author Wes Moore ended up turning into a scholar while the Other Wes Moore ended up being convicted and sentenced to prison.]