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Location: Ewa Beach, HI, United States

I got out of the Army in October 2007, and went back to being a Paramedic. I am now working as an RN in Case Management.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Don't blow it now!

I think my back is injured. I always have a very heavy load since I carry rifleman and medic kits. After every mission my lower back hurts, but soon feels better. Lately though, there is one intervertebral space that is killing me, I don't even want to put my gear on. I guess that's why they make Ibuprofen. There is a story I want to tell you so badly, but I think the mission was classified, as I haven't seen it in the news, well, I have seen it, but it isn't quite right. We are going to do some really cool stuff tonight, very dangerous, but a real go get 'em type thing. Wish us luck. It's funny, the more you do that you want to talk about, the less you are allowed to tell. Time to go home is so close that I'm actually starting to worry when I go outside the wire. When you're short, you really don't want to take any chances. You've made it almost the whole year, home is within sight, don't blow it now!


Anonymous Betty said...

Hi Chad, glad you are writing again! I hope your back is not permantly injured. Don't let the military docs discharge you until you are sure you are ok. You do have a right to be bitter, and some people won't understand you, but I do. Keep writing as long as you can. Blessings and Prayers.

8:54 PM  

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