"So then I got a deferment, and I didn‟t want that at all. I wanted to go into the service. So I went next door to the woman who worked at the draft board. And I said, “Ms. Newman, did you have anything to do with this deferment? I want to go into the service.” She asked, “Do your parents know you‟re here?” I said, “No.” She said, “Maybe you‟d better tell them.” I said, “No.” She said, “Well, if you want to go into the service that bad, come down tomorrow and sign this paper for immediate induction. That means you leave when the next group leaves.” So I signed for immediate induction."

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