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The Army Reserve's Private Public Partnership Initiative (P3) helps connect Army Reserve Soldiers with civilian companies.
National Guard members talk about what goes on during Drill Weekend.
During Recruit Training, Marine recruits learn how to fire weapons at the rifle range.
Master-at-arms Melanie Molina describes her weapons training and her daily tasks in the Navy.
Female aviation warfare specialists describe their job responsibilities and what it’s like being a woman in the Navy.
Capt. Shawn Tulp, an intensive care nurse for the Army Reserve, trains fellow service members in CPR.
A crew of Army National Guard Soldiers fly into enemy territory to rescue an injured Soldier.
A sergeant in the Army National Guard describes his role as an infantryman.
Lt. Col. Monsita Faley, a flight nurse, explains her decision to join the Air Force Reserve and attend nursing school.
Senior Airman Kyle Knox, of the Air Force Reserve's 446th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, describes his team's crucial mission.
Petty Officer 3rd Class Adrien Cheval ensures that a Coast Guard boat is ready for search-and-rescue and maritime law enforcement missions.
Petty Officer 1st Class Timothy Florez Adams demonstrates some of his duties as a damage controlman for the Coast Guard.
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