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In the Student Flight Program, Air National Guard recruits train before shipping to Basic Military Training (BMT).
Tech. Sgt. Luigge Romanillo explains how he transferred from the Air Force to the Air National Guard without a break in service.
An Air National Guard recruiter walks new recruits through the enlistment process.
Jeff Davis, an Army ROTC cadet at Old Dominion University, balances his college education with his military training.
Cpl. Christopher Vogt works as a canine handler and trains his dog, Kepie, to help protect the president of the United States.
Capt. Kutilek explains why he wanted to go into the infantry when he joined the Marine Corps.
Four Marines are always on guard at the West Wing of the White House.
Service members explain what service means to them as well as their proudest moments.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery of tests, commonly called the ASVAB, is designed to help match military applicants with the right...
Airmen in the Services field learn how to keep their fellow service members comfortable, whether they are on base or deployed.
Security Forces undergo extensive training, including weapons and combat tactics, to protect the people and property of the U.S. Air Force.
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Melissa Dixon explains how Aviation Rescue Swimmers stand alert for emergencies in order to save lives.
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