I quit school in the 10th grade and a year later (1962 age 17,) joined the Army to complete my education. That was the first time I took the Oath.In 1965 I left the Military and for 5 years lived as a civilian. In 1970 I realized I was missing something from my life. I enlisted again into the U.S. Army at the age of 26 and began a very rewarding Career. I took the Oath every three or four years, depending on my present enlistment and each time I became more and more passionate about what that Oath meant to me. I was a gung-ho Lifer, Army all the way, My Career became the pinnacle of my life, My love of my country and the constitution guided my decisions in life.
I retired with a combined service of 24 years and 8 months at the rank of warrant officer CW-2. During my career I served in War(vietnam) and peace time.Now at the age of 64 for the first time in my life a feel my constitution is facing a more severe threat then at any time in its History, being destroy!
ed from within, So yes I am an Oath Keeper and stand ready to pledge my life, my honor and my fortune to its defense. I am retired and my fortune is limited, My health is deteriating ,but I support this organization 100%.
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