The Games Do Count - Peter Pace Summary & Analysis

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Peter Pace Summary and Analysis

Peter Pace, General and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, began playing Little League as a small child. Peter was not extremely good at sports, but played harder than the other kids on the team to prove himself. Peter began playing soccer in junior high and credits the high school coach with making him a better player than he might have been on his own. When Peter applied to the Naval Academy, he failed the eye exam, and it was only a recommendation from his soccer coach that got him in. Peter was eventually inducted into the Little League Hall of Excellence for making a mark on society after playing the game.

Peter Pace was not a good athlete, but he learned to work as a member of a team. His fight to to play sports built...

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