Letter, dated August 7, postmarked August 9 Westchester, delivered August 12 "This week is FTX..... we wil be ambushed by Iranians...we will be on night guard. In one week I get my phone back... Rappelling was by far my favorite day. the cliff was 75 feet...so much fun bounding down, just like Call of Duty. The mountain climb was not a hard climb, very enjoyable. I learned how to make knots and a Swiss seat. The live grenades are really loud. There was a lot of waiting in line, but pulling the pin was definitely worth it. The assault course was one of my favorites: throw a mock grenade under a Humvee, high crawl under a smoke screen. we shot SAWS and M24B heavy machine guns. ... shooting live rounds at targets thrilled my insides... I would also like to add Claymores are not anything like Call of Duty: there are no lasers, they are a lot louder and bigger, and they take a lot longer to set up... Today we sat around a lot, and had more to eat. First time I have been full. My first nap during Beast. Most kids are scrambling to finish their knowledge books, because you don't get your phone back until you do. I finished a week and a half early. I was cheated out of 30 pushups. Seeing little scrawny kids do more with horrible form was hard to take... Seems like I just left yesterday..."