Lieutenant Cross was in love with a girl back home named Martha. He carried around letters that she wrote to him and pictures that she gave him. His obsession of Martha took his focus away from the war. “He had loved Martha more than his
The Comanches realized they were losing and decided to flee after limited fighting. Ranger Ross and several of his men pursued the man whom they seen giving orders. Along with a woman, the chief was fleeing. When Ross and his men neared the woman held a child above her head. The Rangers began questioning the woman that was fleeing with the chief could have been
That same afternoon, as Katie entered her room, she found the financial specialist already in it. Having no idea how he got in, Katie was told that she may have AIDS and was told to take an AIDS test by the man, who also demanded her to show him the results. Katie was petrified with fear and felt as though she could no longer trust anyone. Katie proceeded to tell a female sergeant about the incident, who then told her male NCOIC. The NCOIC met with Katie privately and told her “I know what you are claiming, and all this talk about rape just needs to be over or it’s gonna get you in trouble.” Katie then went to sick call the next day and asked for an AIDS/HIV test so the specialist would leave her alone about getting one. Katie was asked by the nurses why she wanted this test, since she had one not too long ago. She explained to them that a soldier had forced himself on her and demanded this re-test. The nurses complied, but asked no further questions.
While there was no doubt his partner frustrated the hell out of him, he felt no malice toward the young officer, in fact, it was the exact opposite. Despite his disappointment in Tom’s lack of backbone, he felt an overwhelming desire to protect the young officer, leaving him strangely conflicted. But after almost driving himself crazy trying to make sense of it all, he had finally opted for the obvious explanation. Theirs was a fledgling relationship, and therefore, there were bound to be a few shaky steps along the rocky road toward trust and friendship. While a part of him recognized his acceptance for what it was, a cop out, his tired mind needed resolution, and if taking the easy way out saved him from more sleepless nights, then so be
“Do you have a recent picture?” “I have one in my pocket.” Opening his wallet, he took out a picture of Margaret, holding it in his hand, he wept, “I am so sorry I was unable to protect you.” Finally, he handed the picture to the officer, Andrew said, “This was taken a few months ago and looks exactly like her. I want it back, please.”
General Magnus had promoted Lt Layton to full Colonel and made him his new Executive Officer/ the other one had been killed by a sniper a week earlier. General Magnus knew it was those SF bastards because the round was a .50 Caliber and had to have been fired from an M107 possibly a mile or so away. It gave everyone pause, thinking now that every single senior officer was a target. What they didn’t know was that it was one of the 28th ID scout platoons that took the shot. Some of them had gone to
Sergeant Taylor thought about it for a moment then handed over the note from Captain O’Hara and the one from the Doctor at the camp. The nurse took them, read the one from Captain O’Hara then hurried to open and read the one from the doctor. “Oh my God.” The nurse said under her breath. “I’ll send a runner to get Commander Hall now. He should be back shortly; can we get you anything while you wait?”
Prot and the rest of the prisoners were marching, dropping every second, Prot being on the verge of falling down and trampled by dozens of people. With the little energy she had left, she made it and lives on another day. When prisoners were resting from their exhausting journey, one woman asked Prot some questions. "Janina is it, do you know where we are." A young woman with brown eyes covered in dirt asked Prot. Prot answered with "I overheard the SS guards say we were heading to Belzec, which I
Immediately after I arrived Runyan Acres Fire department arrived with Mems behind them with their sirens activated. As the Fire Department developed the plan to start going door a green Dodge Pickup arrived, occupied by Dennis Dockter. Mr. Dockter frantically asked if everybody was ok. I asked Mr. Dockter if he knew who the little girl
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However, at your request, the PARS Board of Directors listened to your offer to settle the breach of Dr. Levy’s Agreement. Given the complexities of such an arrangement, we believe your offer is unreasonable. Pursuing this buyout would be damaging to our practice not only in lost revenue but physician practice building expenditures, labor vital to the growth and development of MMH neurosurgical offerings and recruitment costs. In the end, money is not an adequate remedy for the irreparable harm that PARS would endure. We have accepted the resignation of Dr. Levy and plan to begin recruitment of a new neurosurgeon. PARS would hope that MMH will partner with it in this recruitment effort, rather than necessitating a divisive and costly
The woman heard this and ran home to tell her husband. They stayed up all night talking of what they would do. Should they flee the country to avoid war? What would become of them if he were shipped off the fight the war and she had to stay home alone? The man went down to the police department to see if he could get out of the war because he was flat footed, but the police recognized him from the time he stole bread. They took him into custody and said, “Instead of sitting in jail, you will be sent to fight the war!” The young man’s mind began spinning; he didn’t know what to do. “At least let me go home and say goodbye to my wife!” “No! you must stay here. We will inform her after you have left. ” said the
An Oklahoma dentist, Dr. W. Scott Harrington, is being accused of putting thousands of patients at risk. Scott Harrington has been licensed to practice dentistry in the state since the late 1970’s. Inspectors went to Harrington’s office after a patient with no known risk factors tested positive for
A veteran from the Mid-West is vacationing in New York City for the first time. He goes to the USO center in Port Authority and, while his kids watch t.v. and eat Little Debbie snacks, he and his wife get advice on restaurants and theater tickets from a woman with coifed grey hair. A sergeant drops by to rest and have a free cup of coffee. Just as they claim, the USO really is like a "Home away from home".
On 13 Dec 16 at approximately 1120 hours SGT Daryl M. Allen, Desk Sergeant, Provost Marshal Office (PMO), USAG-Humphreys, AP; was notified in person by Mr. Choi that he lost his DoD ID Card (USFK FM 37 EK).