We all work, whether it is for a profession or our own business, but the majority of us stop working before leaving our workplace. There are people who work not only in the workplace but also from home. Trust us when we say we know what it’s like to work a 24-hour shift, seven days a week where work is all you can think of. There is a reason why we are talking about jobs that require you to be available at any moment. Surgeons, physicians, spies, firefighters, among more, to name a few. These people can’t keep their employers out of their minds, except though they’re not working. So much so that it has become an integral part of their lives.
This event between two soldiers, Robert Risdon and Jason Gibson, on one strange evening, demonstrates that soldiers are prepared for anything that may occur at any moment. They were mentally still at work even though they were not physically working anymore.
A regular evening like always
Robert Risdon and Jason Gibson are two soldiers who decided to take a break from their tiring schedules, in Mobile, Alabama. Both of them share the same enthusiasm for soccer; they love watching and playing it with equal jest. Their intention was to play soccer that evening, but, they were unaware that this evening was going to be like the other evenings.