Memorial Day Weekend. Across this nation, families and friends are gathering together for picnics. Backyards are turned into a place of laughter and fellowship. People are firing up their grills, making salads, cookies, pies; setting out tables and chairs in the back yard, placing a radio in the kitchen window and welcoming those they care […]
There are almost 1.5 million people serving in the United States military today. For such large organizations such as the US Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Air Force to be able to function efficiently and effectively, a highly-trained and elite group of leaders is needed to oversee operations.
As a member of the United States Armed Forces, you will carry with you an unmistakeable pride that can only be shared with those who have served alongside you. Although this is arguably the most fulfilling and worthwhile benefit from your service, there is also a variety of tangible benefits that are at your disposal during and after your term of service.
Depending on which branch of the United States Military in which you choose to serve, you will be taught a certain set of core values that you will carry with you during your service. These values are introduced and emphasized during your initial training, and you will be required to know them by heart and apply them to your everyday life.
Planning a career, whether in a civilian or military environment, requires a bit of care, research, and flexibility. A career in the military can provide lifetime benefits and advancements in a wide variety of fields. However, having a plan of action, or career planning strategy to initiate the search for the right job or career […]
Choosing a career in the military provides almost limitless options. From combat specialty occupations to health care, to engineering and human resources development, military careers not only provide the training and experience that young man and women need in order to be successful, but also provide long-term career potentials for advancement in each field. Engineering, […]
No matter what the reason for wanting to join any branch of the American Armed Forces, joining the military is more than a matter of spirit and heart. Various requirements and qualifications must be met. Recruits must be at least 17 years old, a United States citizen, or an alien who holds permanent resident status. […]
Medical fields, whether in civilian or military environments, will continue to provide excellent job outlook and opportunities for medical students in all disciplines. The continuing need for nurses and doctors, as well as surgeons in all branches of the military will always be in demand. Branches of the military typically maintain two different types of […]
Finding an Army recruiter is not a particularly complicated process, as there are many locations and opportunities to set up appointments and meet with Army recruiters. In fact, young men and women, particularly in high school, may access local Army recruiting officers through many venues, which include but are not limited to: • Local Army […]
Five military branches exist within the United States Armed Forces. While these branches are all separate entities, they often work together, especially in times of war, to facilitate troop movements, equipment, as well as food, armaments and medical supplies. Army — The Army is one of the oldest military services, established in the United States […]