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Without a desire to go to college or a definitive end goal, Josh Hankey didn't know what his next step should be after high school. But he knew he had to do something, and following his father's footsteps into the military was the something that he decided on.
"I didn't join the military because I had some big (inclination) to go join the military; I just wanted to do something, and the military has a way of forcing you to do things," the 37-year-old said, laughing.
Although the Red Lion Area High School graduate believed he would travel and see the world, Hankey spent the majority of his nine years in the Army near Baltimore, at Fort Meade, as a satellite communications technician.
That belief wasn't the only one that would change during his military career.
Driving home from his midnight shift on a Tuesday morning, Hankey was eager to catch up on sleep. As he traversed the traffic on the Baltimore beltway, news came over his radio of a plane crashing into the World Trade Center. That day — Sept. 11, 2001 — shattered Hankey's original belief that America was indestructible.
After watching the rest of the tragedy unfold on television, he took a quick nap and headed back to Fort Meade. Along his drive, he encountered traffic signs — normally reserved for messages such as "Accident ahead, be careful" — that read "Catastrophe, turn back now." When he finally reached base, he wasn't greeted with the typical smile and wave he'd become accustomed to.
"They literally had a tank sitting at the entrance with the gun pointed directly at us as we're coming in, and guys with M16s, dogs searching your cars, the whole nine yards, and that part of my military experience was never the same again," he said. "We thought on a regular basis a plane could just crash into our office."
2001 was also Hankey's re-enlistment year. Seeing his friends and even his sister — whom he recruited to join — sent off to Afghanistan...Source: www.yorkdispatch.com
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The homegrown, humble king of York City's downtown revitalization - Part 207/09/15 ,via York Dispatch
After watching the rest of the tragedy unfold on television, he took a quick nap and headed back to Fort Meade. Along his drive, he encountered traffic signs — normally reserved for messages such as "Accident ahead, be careful" — that read
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How To Be a VictorianPenguin UK. 2013. ISBN: 9780241958346,0241958342. 400 pages.
How to be a Victorian - travel back in time with the BBC's Ruth Goodman Step into the skin of your ancestors . . . We know what life was like for Victoria and Albert. But what was it like for a commoner like you or me? How did it feel to cook with coal and wash with tea leaves? Drink beer for breakfast and clean your teeth with cuttlefish? Dress in whalebone and feed opium to the baby? Catch the omnibus to work and do the laundry in your corset? Surviving everyday life came down to the gritty...
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The Best Of Enemies: political feuding from the golden age of TV07/20/15 ,via theguardian.com
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Susie Blake to Lead HANDBAGGED UK Tour07/20/15 ,via Broadway World
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Six high school graduates win first ever full ride merit scholarships from HACC07/17/15 ,via Fox43
who is enrolled at HACC’s Harrisburg Campus • Matthew Williams of Red Lion, who is enrolled at HACC’s York Campus The full-ride merit scholarship was created by the HACC Foundation to provide scholarships to graduating high school seniors enrolled ...
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