I remember the good old days when I was a grunt, I was in a Recon and Sniper team with the 82nd Abn Div, I used to carry a HF Radio in my rucksack and always carried a morse code adapter and other encryption devices. I wasn't too good at it, but we still had to learn it. Our commo sergeant would teach us once a week to stay proficient. We used to send messages to teams in Germany and Africa with that radio. But don't ask me about it now, it is a diminishing skill and if you don't practice it, you lose it.
Excelsior College - DONE
Thomas Edison State College - DONE
BA in History-2011
Texas A&M University Central Texas
Master of Arts in History - 12/36 SH
Spanish, Freshman Comp, English Comp w/ Essay, Social Science & Hist, Info Sys & Comp App, Intro Sociology, Prin of Mngmt, American Gov , US History I, US History II, Western Civ I, Western Civ II
Civil War & Reconstruction, Rise & Fall of Soviet Union, History of Vietnam War, Intro Modern Middle East, Western Europe Since 1945, Drug and Alcohol, Here's to Your Hlth, Intro To Comp, Prin of Sup, Technical Writing, Prin of Physical Science I
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