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Matthew Turley says he was terrified when he first got to boot camp, but quickly discovered that training and working in the Army is fun.
Miriam Scholl surprised her friends and teammates when she joined the Army after high school.
Always physically active and looking out for her family, Hovlaine Marcellus found a place to excel at both with a new family, the Army.
Milton King had great potential but no direction in high school until family, teachers and coaches put him on the right path.
Drill Sergeants aren't just trying to scare new recruits- it's all about leading by example.
Acacia Bobotas wanted a challenge after high school, so she chose the Army.
Service members play video games, grab a snack or shoot a few rounds of pool at the Warrior Zone on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.
In Hawaii, Sgt. Michael Podemski and his unit dispose of unexploded ordnance by blowing it up.
Spc. Timothy Houston helps keep the Army’s uniforms in perfect condition, no matter where Soldiers are stationed.
At the graduation ceremony following Basic Training, new Army Soldiers and their parents share their feelings.
A recruiter gives a guided tour of a “Meal, Ready-to-Eat” (MRE). These portable meals provide nutrition to service members in the field, when...
College students can join ROTC after two years by participating in the Leader’s Training Course (LTC).
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