That all changed on Oct. 11, 2001, when the Fort Belvoir site was proposed by the Center for Military History and approved by the secretary of the Army, Thomas E. White. "He said, 'We need to do this for all the soldiers going into harm's way,' and, boy, was that prophetic," said Mr. Bennett, a retired Marine Corps lieutenant colonel who studied music theory at the University of South Carolina and got his start in museum work by cataloging John Philip Sousa scores.
Q : Why was "comma" used twice in both sides of "boy"?
Where is the article or a plural sign "-s " of "boy"?
Why was "that" written before an adjective "prophetic"?
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