“Apprentice.”

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When I was newly assigned, my heart was filled with pride and honor, but, quickly I recognized it was I who was the apprentice and intern who learned to appreciated the honor it was to represent, you all.

I have reflected upon my times here in the field with a company of men and women whom I have shared traumatic emotional moments of tragedy and victory revealing the proud soldier within me and within us all.

Although I am saddened as our time grows to an end, we will separate seeking the comfort of blood relatives, the shelters of our birth homes and communities.

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So, today I’m saying goodbye to my camaraderie of family and friends, whom I will cherish forever the emotional love and honor I have for you all for the rest of my life.

It has been stated an officer leads his troops, but I have discovered it is we who works together to ensure we are victorious and most importantly return home, as the first sergeant has drilled into me.

I will end my speech with the wisdom I have learned.

Life is being an apprentice and internship learning discovering, building a resume of knowledge, skills, and abilities, to cease only upon our death.

M. James L.

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6 thoughts on ““Apprentice.”

  1. Good commentary, (:

    On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 11:00 AM, Nomadic Adventurer wrote:

    > Travel blogger / Nomadic Adventurer posted: ” When I was newly assigned, > my heart was filled with pride and honor, but, quickly I recognized it was > I who was the apprentice and intern who learned to appreciated the honor it > was to represent, you all. I have reflected upon my times here in the fiel” >

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