After two forced pictures in basic training and other than one I purposely posed in, looking mean and with several guns, I refused to have my picture taken in Army uniform. This was mainly difficult in South Korea, where photographers were haunting us, taking photos for the 833rd Ordnance Company 1970 yearbook.
|I had been sitting with my friends, Alex, Ray and Milt, but when I saw the photographer coming, |
I left him only my empty chair.
|Another day I wasn't so lucky. I saw the photographer out of the corner of my eye |
just before he snapped the picture. All I could do was quickly turn away.
|That's my arm back there. Peace.|
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