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From Soldier to Geologist

Registered member since 10th Jun 2015

Michael Lambert II has uploaded:
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Michael Lambert II has published 2 articles on mindat.org
 
My story begins in Germany. I was born there in 1990 to a German mother and dad who was in the army. For most of my life till 19, I lived there. I can thank my dad and mom for instilling the love of minerals and geology. We went collecting all over Germany, Italy, and Switzerland collecting various minerals and often fossils. At age 19 I enlisted in the US Army and shortly after boot camp was deployed into combat. While serving in the middle east, I suffered a series of injuries thus rendering me disabled. Coming home was one of the most difficult things I have ever faced. Thankfully I had my army disability pay to help me out.
Long story short, I'm working on my bachelor's degree in geology as my health allows. I collect as often as I can and as much as my health allows. My specialty is ore minerals and gold mineralization in Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina which are close to where I live in Dayton Tennessee.
I also enjoy German specimens (obviously!), west US ore specimens and silver specimens in particular as well as pegmatite minerals! I'm always up for trading! contact me at my email: usarmy.lambert@gmail.com, I also have facebook and can txt and call!

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