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    Robert Brookes had asked Stephen Hebert to write a letter of recommendation to West Point on behalf of his son. Stephen had said he would be glad to, and wrote to the commanding officer that if West Point valued cadets that would sell their mother to the enemy, cadets that had no sense of duty, honor, or responsibility, then Michael Robert Brookes was the cadet for them. If they wanted young men that would throw their entire platoon under the bus to save his own worthless hide, then they could find no finer recruit than Michael Robert Brookes.

    At current, Michael was trying to pass his Mathematics requirements, as well as make up his Sociology and Civics assignments. Neither he, nor his father could understand why they'd not heard back from West Point though.

    Very good," Stephen said, tiring rapidly of Michael Brooke's lies.

    Stephen dismissed the smirking young man. Stephen then typed a message to have Victor sent to his office.

    Four minutes after sending out the request, a timid knock sounded at Stephen Hebert's door.

    "Come," Stephen called out.

    "Sir? Yes sir?" a tremulous sounding Victor Roberts whined, coming into the office.

    "Stand at attention, boy," Stephen barked.

    "Sir, yes sir," Victor quaked.

    Stephen stood, marched around his desk, and put his n
    ose against the frightened young man's nose. He glared into Victor's terrified eyes.

    "So. You think it's funny make fun of a superior?" Stephen snarled.

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