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Vincent Braun English 101 Essay Six 2 April 2002 The Toughest Decision I Have Ever Made I was nineteen years old married now only for seven months had a new baby girl was standing outside in the hall waiting to talk to my company commander about my intentions to reenlist in the Army I was nervous it was not every day occurrence that you had to go report to the company commander especially if you were below the rank of staff sergeant I had originally joined the Army for the college money My initial enlistment was to be for three years I had been in the Army for over two years I was six months away from my term of service being complete I was to be counseled by my company commander as to my intentions of renewing my contract with Uncle Sam I had many conflicting thoughts running around through my head I was so scared I did not know what I wanted to do I wanted nothing more than to get out of the Army I had served my time I could finally go to school and become somebody and enjoy the better things in life The other side of me was thinking that I now had a family to worry about Where would I get a job how would I feed them and provide shelter for them if I got out I was told by my platoon sergeant to knock on the door and report to the commander I knocked three times on the door as hard as I could just as my squad leader had instructed me Come In I walked up three paces from his desk and replied Specialist Braun reports as directed and then rendered a hand salute to him He returned my hand salute and told me to relax I could not figure out how I was supposed to relax I was so nervous
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