The Grid Iron Directive -- SECARMY's Spirit Video!

So, somehow I accidentally ended up playing a part in the Honorable Eric Fanning’s (22nd SECARMY) Army Navy Spirit Video! Watch it here
This was super fun to participate in, and I really am awed by the amazing team of cadets I had the opportunity to interact with during the filming. They were fantastic actors!

Update: Holy cow, we won!! Go Army football, and thank you SECARMY for lifting the GridIron directive!

Update 2: I’ve had students coming up to me all week asking, “So, what is the difference between a ship and a boat?” I’m not entirely sure, but I think it has something to do with the size, and that ships are designed for traveling on the open ocean. But don’t quote me on that! :)


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