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I go to a board meeting of the
Young Marines at a govt.
library in Colorado Springs.
Expecting an active duty marine
organization, I discover after
the first few minutes that it is a
paramilitary organization along
the lines of R.O.T.C. It
prepares high schoolers to
*be* marines. I question one
of them thinking he is an adult
(he might not be).
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