Quotations by Gerald Griffin
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Born: Monday, December 12, 1803
Died: Friday, June 12, 1840 (36 years old)
I found out that colonels can stay until they drop dead or get a walker and being a critical medical specialty as an Army trained emergency room doctor, I could stay until age 67.
(Keywords: Age, Medical, Army, Being)
Just because I was almost 62, I did not feel decrepit and felt I wasn't finished being a soldier yet.
There cannot be any better cross-section of America and I think the soldiers represent the best we have. Today's soldiers are brighter and smarter, perhaps in a different way, than past generations because they've been brought up in the computer and information age.
(Keywords: Age, America, Computer, Generations, Information, Past, Soldiers, Today)