WAZ UP FELLOW HUMANS OF PLANET EARTH! Here is another story that I wrote awhile ago, but never posted, until now.

Before I continue, is it absolutely necessary for anyone to think I actually own this?


I glanced over my shoulder just in time to see Captain Rodway pull Burnett aboard the helicopter. I focused my attention back to flying the copter. Once we were far enough from the crash site for my liking, I turned around on my seat and looked at Burnett.

"Sir," Burnett said to me.

I nodded my head in a gesture telling him to continue.


He handed me the disk from the seat. I took it from him and nodded approvingly.


I looked up at him.

"I believe you're holding a letter for me," he yelled over the noise of the engine, "I'd like it back."

"I think I can do that," I replied while reaching into my pocket.

I pulled out a folded piece of paper and handed it to him. I watched as he crumpled it in his hands. I smiled slightly. I turned back in my, and in about twenty-two minutes I was landing on my ship. I stood up and strolled over where Burnett and Rodway were sitting. There was no way the kid was getting up on his own and he was basically sitting on Rodway, so it was up to me to help him up.

I put my arm around his waist and hoisted him to his feet. I, then, put his right arm around my neck and Captain Rodway did the same with his other arm. Together, we helped an unsteady Lt. Chris Burnett walk off the helicopter and into the awaiting crowd.

I looked around the cheering men and women, with a smile plastered on my face. I then looked back at the kid and for the first time, I took notice to how exhausted he looked. His head had sunk to his chest and since Rodway had walked off to join the other Marines, he was leaning on me for almost total support. I decided that it was time for Burnett to shower and rest.

"Come on kid," I said.

"Huh," he replied, looking around dazed and confused.

"Come on," I repeated. "I'm going to get you all cleaned up. How does that sound?"

"That sounds really good, Sir."

So, together we went into the ship. After he showered and got checked out by the doctor, Burnett seplt for three days. When he woke up, he was refreshed and ready to continue to serve me and his country.

THE END I think this story is marvelous, but who cares what I think. I want to know what you think so REVIEW.