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Mark what are you doing Sergeant asked Sergeant Im finishing uptarget practice and my conditioning for the day Continue as you wereMark Yes sir sergeant Mark had joined the service exactly oneyear ago after his wifes death She had been fighting cancer for threeyears and it eventually got her Mark still has that silver cross shegave him right before she passed away He hasnt taken it off his necksince Joining the service was the only thing Mark wanted to do it was theonly thing that helped him get her off his mind with the gun fire andexplosions that is In three months Mark would be shipped off toAfghanistan where nobody knew if he would ever come back He wassuppose to go home one week ago but didnt there isnt anything therehe believes besides his wifes grave and his German Shepherd that heleft with his best friend before he left Mark is the hardest workingsoldier in his platoon he gives one hundred percent at every event hedoes He disassembles his M27 at least a dozen times a day he thinks abouthis wife eleven of those twelve times but he never sheds a tear Markfires his weapon twice boom boom direct shots to the bright redcenter dot Mark Sergeant said Yes sergeant Mark said I Thinkits time for bed It was 1230 in the morning Yes sir sergeantMark said How are you holding up son Sergeant asked with a unsettledface as he always did Im hanging in there sergeant thank youMark replied You have a nice night son Ill see you at 1500Sergeant said with fake enthusiasm Yes bright and early sergeantMark had always gotten up two hours before everyone else Mark went to his bunk and disassembled and cleaned his gun one lasttime before laying in his bed for about an hour and then fallingasleep The smell of oil lingered in the room and a shinning gun laidat
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