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was it wrong to do such a thing? to basically deep six a mans life over a lie?
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I spent 10 years in the Navy, Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Battle of Mogadishu (Blackhawk Down for those that don't know), and a handful of clandestine missions.
originally posted by: TheGreatWork
a reply to: penroc3
I was in the Army and don't have a VA card. Don't really care to get one.
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Your not just given one.