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Khalil Quarles, 10, raises his right hand during his honorary enlistment into the Army Reserve as his father, Damon, watches the ceremony held Wednesday in Baltimore. Major General Sanford Holman, 200th Military Police Command’s commanding general read the special Oath of Enlistment for Quarles, who suffers from a rare form of cancer that affects less than one percent of all people who have been diagnosed cancer. U.S. Army photo by Sergeant First Class Mark BellKhalil Quarles, 10, raises his right hand during his honorary enlistment into the Army Reserve as his father, Damon, watches the ceremony held Wednesday in Baltimore. Major General Sanford Holman, 200th Military Police Command’s commanding general read the special Oath of Enlistment for Quarles, who suffers from a rare form of cancer that affects less than one percent of all people who have been diagnosed cancer. U.S. Army photo by Sergeant First Class Mark Bell