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When I began my four-year degree program at North Carolina State University, I wanted something more in life than just a 9-5 job.I had this clear vision of leaving a positive impact on the world, this grand plan that through selfless sacrifice and pure love for my country, I could once again restore the patriotism that has been lost and over come the anti-American sentiment that had become so prevalent in the United States as well as the world.
I immediately began the paperwork process and challenged myself everyday to lower my run time and increase the maximum amount of pull-ups I was able to preform.
My initial PFT score was around 250, with a horrible run time.
Within a few months, the score increased by nearly 30 points, with me doing well over 20 pull-ups; something I’ve never been able to do in my life.
I was running almost every day at a local park that had great terrain for pushing my endurance to the max.
While I was enrolled in the Officer Selection Program, the Captain told me very bluntly that I would not be able to participate in Active Duty OCS since the USMC cancelled a few training sessions for them due to the budget cuts.