High school acquaintance 'would have totally been Special Forces' had he enlisted
YOUR HOMETOWN — Reports are beginning to surface that Trent Anderson, a guy you had two classes with in high school, would have been part of the U.S. military’s most elite combat units had he chose to enlist after high school.
Anderson, 31, was a former varsity cornerback for your high school’s 2004 football team. He believes this gave him the skills that would have helped him excel during some of the military's most difficult training.
“You know, a lot of people don’t realize how tough practice could be. We did a lot of running, sometimes up to four times around the track,” said Anderson, who definitely would have been an Army Green Beret, Navy SEAL, Air Force Pararescue, or some sort of Marine. “Beyond that, we did burpees. I can’t think of any other sport that did those in high school, and I know that those are pretty popular in the military. So that definitely would have given me the edge over all of the other guys there.”
After high school, Anderson was offered a partial athletic sc…
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