VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - A Vancouver soldier is one of ten killed this week by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
Ron Paulson spent 14 years in the Army and then another 13 years as an inactive reservist. At 52 years old, he was called up for active duty.
When Paulson finished his service in 1992, soldiers were given a choice - take a lump sum of $30,000 and be done, or take an annual payment of $7,000 with a catch.
He said he went for the annual, but that meant he had to stay in the inactive reserve to get it, which is why he ended up getting called back in to service.
Paulson said that roadside bombs were his biggest concern. His family confirmed his death Wednesday.
This guy probably opened his call-back notice right after paying his dues to the AARP.
While a bunch of war-mongers who are in their twenties sit on their asses at their
computer telling everybody how much they favor this horseshit.
While not volunteering their OWN skin.