Hello Paul, you may not remember me but I do remember you. You were the guy who stood by my side, when no one else would, during lunch when five others approached me. You stood there, as I stood my ground. I saw you give me a wink, as if to say "I got your back." When all the words and threats were said, the five walked away. You gave me a look and a thumbs up. I spoke with you sparingly after that, but I do remember you. Thank you dear friend, the Army appreciates the back-up from the Navy, and this I appreciated a bit of encouragement when it was needed the most.