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Ft. Lee Virginia

Published: Thursday, December 20, 1984 written by Drew Jackson
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Keywords: America Education



 

Ft. Lee Virginia

December 20, 1984

Right after basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood Missouri, I took a bus ride from there to Ft. Lee Virginia to complete 76C10 Quartermaster Supply school before being assigned a duty station after graduation; permanent party.

 

For 10 weeks, Ft. Lee was my home.

 

What happened there?

 

Daily?

Led by SSG Johnson, a thin tall african american who was very keen and sharp as a tack; He was our platoon sergeant. He was tough but fair. He was always early and on-time and always one step ahead of everyone. We were the last building of the world war II barracks; called Delta house,

 

in the morning after getting up and going to the mess hall and eating; the wax the floors with a buffer, towel and Johnson's wax; hot, melted, clean our latrine inside, and then get into formation outside and march to school.

 

at night before bed,Wax the floors with a buffer, towel and Johnson's wax; hot, melted.

 

more to come.. our 1st Sargeant was an amazing funny leader!

 
 

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