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Retraining
There were a number of things that SHIELD Director Nicholas J. Fury thought would happen after Captain Steve Rogers opted to sign up for retraining. 
He just didn’t quite expect this.
It had been obvious to anyone with eyes - and Fury could see a lot even with his one good eye - that Rogers was depressed, resistant to all the massive changes and culture shock that had happened in what would be an eyeblink for him, considering.  He was walking wounded but it looked like after the Battle of New York, Captain Rogers had found his purpose again.  Or a semblance of it.  Either way, Fury could at least be slightly less worried about having a potentially suicidal Super Soldier on his hands.
He really needed to have a talk with Romanoff on that.  Soon. 
Cap wasn’t entirely brainless either.  Rogers knew he had a lot to catch up on and frankly speaking, keeping up with Tony Stark’s constant babble of pop culture references was really the least of the knowledge he needed.  New military tactics, strategies, weapons and practices were definitely on top of Things Captain America Needed to Know.
But Fury was still expecting that resistance, maybe getting reports of him being stubborn as hell, insisting on “old school tricks.”  Hell, he was already steeling himself for the various lectures and discussions he was probably going to have with Cap before this was over.
Except that Maria Hill came over with a thumb drive containing the latest video of Rogers’ progress.  She was smirking.
"Agent Hill," Fury drawled.  "Is there any particular reason why you felt you had to deliver this to me personally, instead of just sending it on to my email?" 
"Some things are worth giving a personal touch.  Sir." 
Which meant Something had happened. 
"Should I grab some popcorn and beer while I’m at it?"
"You might want that, yes, sir." 
Huh.  This Fury had to see.
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darthstitch:

Retraining

There were a number of things that SHIELD Director Nicholas J. Fury thought would happen after Captain Steve Rogers opted to sign up for retraining. 

He just didn’t quite expect this.

It had been obvious to anyone with eyes - and Fury could see a lot even with his one good eye - that Rogers was depressed, resistant to all the massive changes and culture shock that had happened in what would be an eyeblink for him, considering.  He was walking wounded but it looked like after the Battle of New York, Captain Rogers had found his purpose again.  Or a semblance of it.  Either way, Fury could at least be slightly less worried about having a potentially suicidal Super Soldier on his hands.

He really needed to have a talk with Romanoff on that.  Soon.

Cap wasn’t entirely brainless either.  Rogers knew he had a lot to catch up on and frankly speaking, keeping up with Tony Stark’s constant babble of pop culture references was really the least of the knowledge he needed.  New military tactics, strategies, weapons and practices were definitely on top of Things Captain America Needed to Know.

But Fury was still expecting that resistance, maybe getting reports of him being stubborn as hell, insisting on “old school tricks.”  Hell, he was already steeling himself for the various lectures and discussions he was probably going to have with Cap before this was over.

Except that Maria Hill came over with a thumb drive containing the latest video of Rogers’ progress.  She was smirking.

"Agent Hill," Fury drawled.  "Is there any particular reason why you felt you had to deliver this to me personally, instead of just sending it on to my email?" 

"Some things are worth giving a personal touch.  Sir." 

Which meant Something had happened. 

"Should I grab some popcorn and beer while I’m at it?"

"You might want that, yes, sir." 

Huh.  This Fury had to see.

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steve is about to crash his plane into the arctic, and peggy’s voice is crackling over the radio. he knows he’s going to die. and sure he’s scared—who wouldn’t be? but he’s really a lot more calm than he should’ve been. after all, he promised his best pal to the end of the line. bucky already got off, see, and steve missed the stop.

he’s already late, and he’d hate to keep bucky waiting.

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