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It all started my junior year in high school; I had always known I wanted to be in the army. I started to talk to the army recruiter SSgt Brian Jasniski. I talked to him for a while and he told me what all the army could offer me. I then talked to my parents they said that it was a great idea, I talked to Jasniski he told me that I needed to take the ASVAB which is the test you have to take to get into the military so I said ok. Little did I know that test would be very hard well I took it and passed it.
Well Jasniski was happy because he had been tryin to get me to join for a couple of months but I wouldn’t because I was having second thoughts. Well I kept putting it off till finally I got tired of him bothering me so my dad and I went in to pick my job, I had no idea the army had so many jobs. After a couple of hours I picked my MOS I decided to be a 63B which is a light-wheel vehicle mechanic. We made the reservation for my job I was to go to meps dsklfaksdlfk skdfgkdlnm kmjdgk fkdkf kdfgdk kdfgdfk fdkdfg dsfvksdf ksdfsnmk kmsdfk sdkfd fd fd df df df df df df fdf df fd df df df df dffd df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df df ds fdsf fd fs fsdf d fs dfdsf fs dfsd fs df