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Date Posted: Fri, June 16 2017, 10:28:07
Author: Joel Drown
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Subject: English project-Ryan sheppard

I read a story written by Captain Ryan Sheppard, of the 2nd Canadian Horse Artillery, on https://afghanistan.nationalpost.com for an English project for school. His story tells about surviving an ambush in Afghanistan, and how he had resigned himself to being shot; however, he escaped the situation unscathed but thankful.
Dear Ryan sheppard my name is Joel Drown and i writing to you about your story of you being ambushed in june of 2007.Your story was amazingly written and so exciting i felt like i was there.i have members that have served during this time period and currently and they tell me story's such as the one i have read. Its amazing how the simplest mission can be the one that takes the turn for the worst.When you were in the heat of the moment and you described how you kept your head when you thought you were going to be shot. its amazing how such little time it take for something like that to become the normal thing running through your head.Your story has showed me what to expect when i hear story's about ambushes on soldiers.
Thank you for your time and service,Joel Drown

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