"Local" Boy Makes Good-Heading for WP

bossf51

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In the article Royal says, "he hopes to be on the track team" at Army...I think with a 48.7 400 they'll find a spot for him. :shake:
 

Ant345

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Oldest USMA thread I found back from 2006, this is history now!
 

Ant345

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Sadly...this gent passed last year.

This is soo sad :(, thinking about these people enjoying life 15 years ago makes me think about how we will view ourselves in 15 years (2036) if this forum will still exist. Sometimes we don't realize how short and unpredictable life can be, and how much we focus on temporary things. Even thinking about the older cadets from the 19th and early 20th century.
 
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Heatherg21

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This is soo sad :(, thinking about these people enjoying life 15 years ago makes me think about how we will view ourselves in 15 years (2036) if this forum will still exist. Sometimes we don't realize how short and unpredictable life can be, and how much we focus on temporary things. Even thinking about the older cadets from the 19th and early 20th century.
My heart wants to know what happened. How he died so young. The promise of a life with more to give gone so soon makes me heartsick.
I am humbled by his service.
 

Korab

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My heart wants to know what happened. How he died so young. The promise of a life with more to give gone so soon makes me heartsick.
I am humbled by his service.
The obit says he died at home, so likely an illness. The young man had an impressive resume and earned a chest full of ribbons. May he Rest In Peace.
 
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