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Bring On the Swabs

(The Cadet Experience, Class of 2016) Permanent link
Doctolero Photo The year is finally coming to a close. I’m in the last home stretch, and the ending is in sight. I’m excited. It’s hard to believe I’m about to be a junior. It feels like yesterday was my R-Day and now it’s about to be 2018’s R-Day. As far as school goes, my grades are the best they’ve ever been. I’m finally doing that thing students call “studying.” It’s basically legal torture.


My division work is almost non-existent. Now that everyone is finally passing the PFE, it means we don’t have any work to do. I don’t mind. It’s a win/win; they don’t have to work out and get all sweaty during lunch and I don’t have to eat those box lunches.


I’m making plans for my summer leave. I’m going home with my best friend Sam for a week and going home to Miami for the other two. I can’t wait. Not only will it be warm, I’ll get a nice break from this place. As for now I’m just powering through these next couple of weeks. I’m too close to the end to slack off now. I hope the swabs are ready for the Class of 2016. It’s going to be a fun summer.



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