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Thanks NukeWorker!

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Offline Derek358

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Thanks NukeWorker!
« on: Oct 15, 2011, 06:59 »
I just wanted to thank all of the people here on NukeWorker for all of the great information present here.  I have been reading these forums for about a year and they definitely pushed me in the direction of becoming a navy nuke.  The military was always something that I wanted to try, and after being in retail for a few years while taking college classes, I decided it was time to do something else.  I looked into the different branches looking for a challenging field, and found out about being a navy nuke.  When I went to the recruiter and told him I wanted to be a nuke, he sort of laughed.  When I came back with a 99 AFQT with a 275 nuke line score, he had me enlisted within the week.  I ship out for RTC Great Lakes on November 2, and am looking forward to it.  I have been reading the forums for a while, but never felt the need to post because you guys already have all of the information anyone could need.  I just wanted to thank you all for your expertise in the field and for telling people about the great opportunities this field has to offer them.

-Future Submarine Nuke ET


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