I saw the movie The Sullivan Brothers about the five brothers who died during World War II, and those family values that my dad had always said, “Your family,” you know, “were to die for,” you know, basically. And I saw how those five brothers died trying to save the one. And that was a big influence, so I said, “Well, I’m going to join the Navy,” when I saw that movie. Then I saw the movie The Frogmen with Richard Widmark. I said, “Well, I’m a good swimmer. I want to be a Navy frogman.” Because I loved the excitement. I loved what they were doing and stuff like that. And when I did finally get out of high school — because when I got out of high school, you were only allowed to miss 30 days and I missed 78 days, and they still graduated me. So I didn’t think they wanted me back.