I first met Mr. ???????? in 1987 while I was a student at DLI; he was an instructor in the LeFox intermediate-level program. I recall how well-liked he was by virtually all of his students, and he also was well-respected. His extensive knowledge of linguistics, military tactics and hardware, and world history gave great depth to his lessons, and his classes were fast-paced and challenging. A quarter-century later I call still envision his broad smile and beaming countenance when we had mastered a difficult concept. My subsequent success as a military linguist was due in large part to his refinement of what we had learned prior to his tutelage, and what he added to that knowledge base with his creative teaching methods.
Our nation has been blessed by his many years of service. “Stand down, Trooper; you have done your duty.”
Sincere condolences to Mr. Mychajluk's family on their loss; may George have eternal peace.