At the age of 20, you will be entrusted with the lives and well-being of 4 soldiers. At the age of 24, that number will increase to 8. At 26 you will realize that a life with your daughter, is more important than dying in wars designed to make certain individuals rich beyond your comprehension. At 29, with an unemployment rate 2% higher than the national average, you will realize that the recruiters lied to you, when they said military service members have a leg up on civilians in the job market. At 31 you will settle for anything that offers a paycheck, which leads to packing smaller boxes into bigger boxes. You will not be allowed to talk to fellow employees and, you will not be entrusted with a single reset key that's needed, to keep the machine you're working on, running smoothly.........if only I could send this back in time to my 17 year old self!