Jr. Lieutenant John G. Pollock III
United States Naval Academy
graduate, currently attending
flight training in San Diego, CA.
To my son, Jack, and all of
the men and women in uniform,
for their service to our country,
a heartfelt "Thank you".
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Jack's 14,000' skydive (video)
Just for fun, and to illustrate
a fundamental principle of franchising . . .
You wouldn't jump out of an airplane without a parachute...
don't start a business without
the help of a franchise !
"Two hundred thousand servicemen and women separate from military service annually,
and it’s up to all of us… whether in the public or private sector… to help them start…
or re-start their civilian careers.” US Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Jim Nicholson
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