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“A few weeks shy of 27, Pulaski was the oldest cadet at West Point this year, an ex-sergeant and one of about 30 former enlisted soldiers who have already been to war.”
“By 1968, when the ex-sergeant major of the US Army gave an anti-war speech to a convention of disabled Vietnam Veterans against the War, the people had decided.”
“Present were Father Serra, three of his Franciscans, Governor Felipe de Neve, and the ex-sergeant, José Ortega, now a lieutenant after Father Serra's unsuccessful campaign to have him appointed governor of California.”
“The ex-sergeant was busy staunching the blood of a long scratch on his cheek.”
“On the third day he thanked the maimed ex-sergeant and told him the story of Ralphie and Linda.”
“This bloke, ex-sergeant, had asked the C.O. for a reference, set him up in Civvy Street, and the C.O. had written in his file: 'Suitable for petrol pump attendant.”
“He had bought the foul stuff that passed for wine from one such commercial traveler, and the surplus - canvas had come from an enterprising young ex-sergeant who had bought up hundreds of old tents cheap when the border camps were disbanded.”
“A man who was clearly an ex-sergeant, superb in a crested baize apron, motioned him towards an inner room.”
“I hailed him by name, and asked him why he had left his old regiment He told me that he was suffering from hernia and pulmonary consumption; and when I left the place, after seeing the picture on glass which I had been invited to view, I enjoyed the sweetest vengeance of my lifetime in tipping the ex-sergeant half-a-crown, and in leaving him without any disclosure of my own identity.”
“Huh," ejaculated the ex-sergeant gruffly as he dug up the war-tax, "I think we bought it.”
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