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  • The Importance Of Military Experience In The Military

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    before, during, and after the serve the military. One person I myself never asked about his experience until now was my brother-in-law Francisco Navarro. I still remember the day he left to basic training and come back on certain holidays to visit the family. Finally, the day came and I had to interview him for a project. Yes, never crossed my mind to ask him about the military experience; I didn’t know how too. To me, asking a veteran about their military experience would bring horrible and tragic memories

  • My Military Experience

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    I wouldn’t trade my military experience for anything in this world. My military experience changed me in many ways. First off, I joined the army when I was 17 years old. I graduated high school and went straight to basic training; there I learned how to be disciplined and how to manage time more efficiently. Furthermore, I went to my assigned unit after basic training and trained for about two years before getting deployed to Afghanistan. I can’t deny that deployment was extremely intense but it

  • My Military Experience

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    I wouldn’t change my military experience for anything in the world. My military experience changed me in many ways. First of, I joined the army when I was 17 years old. I graduated high school and went straight to basic training; there I learned how to be disciplined and how to meet time hacks. Furthermore, I went to my unit after basic training and trained for about two years before getting deployed to Afghanistan. that deployment was extremely intense, and thought me many valuable life lessons

  • My Experience At The Military

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    join the military, because my mother was always there for me. The first time I left my home town, family and flew in an aircraft was when I join the Unites States Air Force. During my experience 19 years in the military, I learned that our management and supervisors work hard to learn from previously cases and to teach how to prevent and or how to deal with stress. During this literature review, I learned more on how some military member’s coup with stress including PTSD, prepare military members

  • My Experience At The Military Service

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    I remember that I served in military service at three years ago, and serving the military service was my perfect turning point that changed my entire life. I remember that when I was 20, I was very introverted that I could not even talk with other people to ask the directions. I remember that I just reached young adult who did not know about the world and just graduated from high school. I remember that I didn’t have any confidence, passion, patience, and willingness to challenge myself for my goals

  • My Experience At The Military Community

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    but my community is different as its spread out all over the world. I chose to look at the needs of the military community, as it is the only true community I have been apart during my adult life. The military community is a special group of service members and their families who have different lifestyles than most and share a unique, family like bond. For my report I chose to interview two military spouses, currently stationed in two different states, to get a better feel for what our spread out community

  • My Experience At The Military Service

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    I remember that I served in the military service three years ago, and serving the military service was my perfect turning point that changed my entire life. I remember that when I was 20, I was very introverted that I could not even talk with other people to ask the directions. I remember that I had just reached young adulthood, and did not know about the world. I remember that I didn’t have any confidence, passion, patience, and willingness to challenge myself for my goals. I remember that I was

  • My Personal Experience : My Experience In The Military

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    going to play for my education. One day I was watching television and I saw a commercial about, if you join the military, you could get your college tuition payed for by the military. So, after seeing that commercial, I started searching for a recruiter. When I finally found a recruiter. I took that opportunity to collect all the literature that was relevant for me to joining the military. After signing up for eight years with the Army Alabama National Guards in the delayed entrant program. The delayed

  • The Importance Of Military Experience In The Military

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    with military experience would help the decision–making process of going into wars and how to stay out of them. Veteran’s knowledge about war and the government in general is overwhelming. The decision of requiring a military background for any candidate running for president would be beneficial to the country. The start of this ongoing discussion goes back to when this country started. George Washington was the first President of the United States and he had previously served in the Military. He

  • Military Experience Essay

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    Older Military Personnel’s College experience. Over the last few years, a new trend has begun to spring up between the military and academia, older members seeking degrees. In years past, military personnel would either attain their degrees early in their careers or not at all. With the approval of the new Post 9/11 GI Bill as well as a surge in employers requiring a degree to be considered for any job of worth; it has become overwhelming attractive for the vintage warfighter to head back to school

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