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 n.— «Upon graduating in 1999, Plite joined the Air Force. He applied and was accepted into the “most grueling training pipeline the military has to offer,” Herter explained. “That training was to become a pararescueman, also known as a pararescue jumper, or PJ for short.» —“To serve us, guard freedom” by John Eby Daily News (Dowagiac, Mich.) May 31, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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