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Giunta, 26, is the first living service member from the wars in Afghanistan or Iraq to receive the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military honor.

Giunta has opted not to re-enlist and will leave the Army in mid-June.

Medal of Honor recipient Giunta to end Army career - Yahoo! News

So is he doing the right thing? Get out while he still can?

Or should he tough it out 12 more years and pull a nice retirement check at 38?

Of course, he should do what he wants, but what would you do in his place?

I think I'd stay in if it were me.
 

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Giunta, 26, is the first living service member from the wars in Afghanistan or Iraq to receive the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military honor.

Giunta has opted not to re-enlist and will leave the Army in mid-June.

Medal of Honor recipient Giunta to end Army career - Yahoo! News

So is he doing the right thing? Get out while he still can?

Or should he tough it out 12 more years and pull a nice retirement check at 38?

Of course, he should do what he wants, but what would you do in his place?

I think I'd stay in if it were me.
Bad thing about it, there is no guarantee he'll make it another 12 years in the military to get his retirement check.
 
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