What’s your first firefight like?

One year ago, Pfc. Timothy Workman stood on the yellow footprints in Paris Island — a recruit without an ounce of training. Now, he’s duking it out with the Taliban.

Read about his first firefight in Afghanistan here.

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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4 responses to “What’s your first firefight like?

  1. Kept this in the inbox, trying to think of something to say. He did good. All you people have done good.

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