Easy was bored. And when Easy got bored, people got hurt.
Winters tried his best to keep the boys busy with inspections, drills, light training and sports, but in the empty hours between dinner and bedtime, they were free to do whatever they pleased. Which included drinking, driving, and playing baseball with live grenades.
One night a monstrous explosion jolted Winters out of a sound sleep. He slapped Nixon awake and they went to the window to see a mushroom cloud of dust rising over the baseball field.
There were no casualties come morning, but Winters politely confiscated the explosives.
The Greatest Mystery of All Rated: G Death is not cruel or unkind; it is simply itself, the transition from one state of consciousness to another. David Webster makes a transition.
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