Letter of intent to the university of minnesota

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Eleven years ago, I sat in an auditorium in San Antonio, Texas, surrounded by hundreds of young men and women. A tall and imposing older gentleman was standing on a stage at the front of the room welcoming us all into the United States Army Medical Department. I remember thinking to myself, "How did I get to this point in my life? I've never had an interest in medicine and I hate going into hospitals."

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Eleven years ago, I sat in an auditorium in San Antonio, Texas, surrounded by hundreds of young men and women. A tall and imposing older gentleman was standing on a stage at the front of the room welcoming us all into the United States Army Medical Department. I remember thinking to myself, "How did I get to this point in my life? I've never had an interest in medicine and I hate going into hospitals." When I decided to seek a commission in the Army, I knew I wanted to fly helicopters. My recruiter told me to request aviation, but to also ask for the medical corps because they had evacuation

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