In a recent interview (via GamePolitics) with P.W. Singer, the author of 'Wired For War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century', he said that "[the soldier] was actually a high school dropout who wanted to join the military to make his father proud".
He wanted to be a helicopter mechanic at first, but because he failed high school English he wasn't able to qualify for a mechanic position. At the suggestion of the military authorities, he joined to army's drone aircraft section instead.
"And he turned out to be so good that they brought him back from Iraq and made him an instructor in the training academy," Stinger says. "Even though he's an enlisted man and he's still—he was nineteen."
Something about me:
- Staff at QuakeNet IRC Network
- Began playing Counter-Strike at beta 6.5
- Web design career started in 1999
- Used to work for Iltalehti 2 years
- Used to work at several advertising/digital agencies about 3 years
- Used to write eSports news 4 years (Cadred & SK Gaming)
- Jumped from 4km altitude speed being 193km/h
- I can do 360 degree lacrosse move @ floorball and other cool tricks
- I own a digital agency
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