It was 1777. My comrades and I trudged through murky snow and grass on the way to winter camp in Valley Forge, PA. Lots of my fellow men were sick. There was no food and no supplies. General Washington was asking us to reenlist for another 9 months. I was confused. Should I reenlist or not? I reenlisted for another 9 months because my comrades were getting sick, of my loyalty to my government, and my belief in the cause.
I reenlisted because my fellow comrades were getting sick. Even though there weren’t many deaths, a lot of my comrades were getting sick. According to my count, almost half of my comrades were debilitated (Doc A). As a good human being, I stood back and help them out.
I reenlisted because of my loyalty to my government. Even