PRLog - April 14, 2012 - PORTLAND, Ore. -- We've seen them epitomized in movies as the tough, no-nonsense, hard-core military trainers we love to hate. Shooting us down with their colorful insults, their goal is to produce the most highly trained soldiers to serve in the toughest situations imaginable. If you make it through training with a Drill Sergeant, you can make it anywhere.
Images of the 1987 movie, Full Metal Jacket's Gunnery Sergeant Huntman probably comes to mind when one thinks of a hard-core, mean, tough-as-nails Drill Sergeant. But you know, he had to have been a baby once, too, right? Before he made his debut on the afore-mentioned military movie, he must have been a force to be reckoned with in his infancy and youth, one would suppose.
This month, many of us are celebrating Month of the Military Child, recognizing the little heroes behind every mother and father that serve in our Armed Forces. "If I don't sleep, nobody sleeps" is probably the toughest things our military babes may have relayed to us at one point or another, and yet it is jam-packed full of "call-to-attention"
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