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Here Are The 6 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Joined The Military – Task & Purpose

My military career is complete. I’ve done some good things and some not so good things. I’ve done some things to make the military, and in a tiny way, the world, a better place.

At the same time, I can’t say accomplished everything I wish I would have in the military.

The problem with experience is that you only get it after you really need it. I’m a cynic by nature, so I won’t waste your time with B.S. inspirational tropes you’ve heard before…More at http://taskandpurpose.com

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Joined The Military

Hi. I’m Mac. And I am currently employed by the United States Navy. My rate (job) in the world’s finest Navy is Master-at-Arms, which is the Navy’s version of military police.

Recently, I hit my seven year mark which has me stuck in somewhat of a crossroads. I need to decide whether or not to re- enlist.

While contemplating this potentially life-changing decision I found myself dwelling on the same question: If I knew before I joined what I know now, would I still enlist?…More at http://brobible.com

What You Should Know Before You Join the Military | Military.com

The purpose of Basic Training or “Boot Camp” is to turn recruits into Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines.

This training is rooted in Education, Tradition and yes, physical strength, stamina and in some cases, skill, such as swimming.

All services have specific minimum requirements, but just know that this minimum represents a tough starting point for Recruits…More at http://military.com

10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Military Spouse | My Military Life

Marrying into a big family is a challenge. Marrying into one with over 1 million other ‘family members,’ might have you feeling a tiny bit overwhelmed.

Why didn’t anyone tell me about the ‘family drama’ before I took the plunge?…More at http://blog.militaryfamily.org

A Day in the Life of A Military Officer

Military Officer Careers | The Princeton Review

We know that great scores take work. That’s why we design our courses to be efficient, targeted and strategic so you make the most of every minute you spend prepping.

Our experts know how to design lessons based on how you’re learning. That means we don’t just record classroom lessons and put them in our Self-Paced prep—we design lessons FOR Self-Paced…More at http://princetonreview.com

A Day in the Life of a Four-Star General : NPR

Guy Raz recently took a trip with Gen. Gene Renuart, one of the most powerful military figures in the world.

Raz offers a glimpse into what a day’s work is like for a four-star general known as a combatant commander…More at http://npr.org