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Todd Walker
While Marine fights, another waits

This is where Sgt. Robert L. Sarra would be right now, sitting in a classroom with the door swung open to the spring breeze and a slice of blue sky. He would be listening to the instructor talk about "rejection awareness" and "confirming logistics in the close" and the other jargon that makes training to become a Marine Corps recruiter sound more like selling long-distance telephone service than the 16 men and one woman in camouflage would probably like. He would be worrying about facing "live fire" next week, which, when you are in recruiter school, means walking up to strangers and talking to them about the Marines. But Rob, like nearly half the 250 Marines...

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