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  1. Enlistees could still carry on their trades and jobs. "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed." , S. A. Reilly.
  2. Though there were a few older privates who kept their own counsel and doubtless had their own reasons for being where they were, most of the enlistees who were making the Army a career were non- commissioned officers by the time they were Gearey's age. "The Lost Wagon" , James Arthur Kjelgaard.

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