Hannah Worrell
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Discomfort really keeps you on your toes.
On March 4, 2002, Air Force Combat Controller John Chapman voluntarily joined a rescue team going into an al-Qaeda terrorist stronghold on Takur Ghar Mountain. Upon landing, the rescue team soon ran into enemy personnel, and Chapman killed two of them. While advancing on a machine gun nest, the team came under fire from three sides. At close range and with little cover, he exchanged fire with the enemy until dying from multiple wounds. Afterward, the rescue team leader unequivocally credited Chapman with having saved the lives of the entire rescue team. Tech. Sgt. John Chapman in theater. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Going above and beyond the call of duty
If you’re disobeying your parents, cut it out.
Gold Compass
Education doesn’t come only from books.