All I’m saying is, if his DS would’ve said “no” because of his sever speech impediment, I’d have one less great mentor. Not as lean still as mean always a navy veteran shirt It was an honor watching him get promoted to SFC. Watching him cry as he thanked everyone for their patience and willingness to stand beside him was something I’ll never forget.
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and the fact that they didn’t ask to lose their leg Herein lies the problem: we either lower the standard due to emotions and feelings (which is already happening and it isn’t even revolving around disabilities) or we do what is right. We feel we should give everyone a chance…. Not as lean still as mean always a navy veteran shirt but don’t think in the long run what may be a potential hurdle when we give it. And ultimately every job in the military revolves around being a Soldier that is capable of picking up a rifle and fighting the enemy.
At any time you can be called to do so…hence why a lot of people are scared to enter the military in the first place. You give people an excuse to not do their job and still get paid like the next person they will use it.. In my current unit, we have a SFC with a severe speech impediment. It takes him about 1 whole minute to report at morning formation, but everyone is patient with him. He wants nothing more than to be a DS or instructor, but because of his speech impediment, he cannot. However, no one in the army ever said he couldn’t be in because of his impediment. And low and behold, after 16 years of speech therapy, he’s the best cadence caller we have. And he went and bought a heating piece that is proven to help with stutters.