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Do you think that 63 is too old to be joining the Army Reserves?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 30, 2005

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Photo of Matt Hillmer

“If it was a noncombat role, then I don’t see a problem with it.”

Photo of Allen Macfarlene

“I think they should be thinking about retiring at that age. It’s certainly a career change.”

Photo of Elaine Mzhickteno

“I think it’s probably too old. I think most people would have a hard time passing basic training.”

Photo of Whitney Allen

“I guess if you are physically fit and can get it done. I don’t really see any problem with that.”

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MapMadeMind 9 years, 8 months ago

I say good for him. He is providing a necessary service to our soldiers and their families, especially in these trying times.

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Richard Heckler 9 years, 8 months ago

Sounds like things are tight. About a year ago a doctor friend of ours from Ohio knew of a 68 year old Psychologist who was called up. Apparently had not signed the proper forms removing him from the "available" list. Do we have a new Senior corp?

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JHAWKGURL 9 years, 8 months ago

I think it is wonderful. Age should not be an issue. If you think you can ge the job done then go for it!!! May God be with you!

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Kyle Rohde 9 years, 8 months ago

That man is incredible and I admire him for giving service to our country. Its people like him that make this country great.

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