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Military Gives Serviceman the Confidence to Last a Lifetime
Vic Civik, a worker in Waupaca Foundry’s shakeout department at its Plant 1 facility in Waupaca, Wisconsin, joined the military on December 14, 1991. What began as a way to make extra money for college, the military became a confidence builder for Civik, and he still carries that confidence with him to this day.
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A Call to Duty at Age 12 Leads to Joining the Military at Age 18
Jake Roloff, a molding operator at Waupaca Foundry’s Plant 2/3 location in Waupaca, Wisconsin, knew at the age of 12 that he wanted to join the military. Roloff had just started the eighth grade when the events of September 11, 2001, occurred, and the event stayed with him throughout his adolescence.
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