Screamin Scott wrote: I remember 1967 Roger.....I enlisted in the Army that year...Qualified for OCS (Officer Candidate School). If I'd passed the physical (flunked because I have bad hearing in both ears), I'd have gone straight to the front lines in Vietnam as a Lieutenant after OCS....Kinda glad I didn't as I might not have been here today.
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