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How to Study for the ASVAB
The ASVAB—or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery—is a military aptitude test that you’ll be required to take before enlisting in any branch of the U.S. Armed Services. The ASVAB comprises 10 separate tests that gauge your knowledge on a variety of subjects. Once you’ve met with a military recruiter, if they think that you’re fit to join the military, you’ll be assigned a date on
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30-07-2021, 01:30
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How to Go IRR in the Air National Guard
In every branch of the military, IRR stands for Individual Ready Reserve. It is a designation, like active duty or deployed, but personnel on the IRR do not get paid, show up for drills, or report to a post. Basically, IRR is a vacation from active duty. If you’re in the Air National Guard (ANG), you may want to apply for IRR if you’re close to the end of an enlistment period and you
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How to Join the Military and Survive Bootcamp
Serving your country through military service can be very rewarding, educational, and life-changing. To get to there, you have to sign up for and pass boot camp. While no recruit will deny the challenge of getting through boot camp, it still is something you can handle better with some basic studying and training. As you ship out, remind yourself that boot camp is meant to teach you
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20-07-2021, 13:10
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How to Become a Helicopter Pilot in the Army
Serving in the Army can be a rewarding and fulfilling career choice, especially if you pick a specialized task like becoming a helicopter pilot. Getting the technical skills to fly a helicopter takes some time and a lot of hard work. Fortunately for you, the Army has a program called “from street to seat,” which can get you to flight school and flying helicopters without any prior
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22-06-2021, 20:30
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How to Identify Military Rank (US Army)
U.S. Army uniforms and gear can vary based on rank and occasion. The easiest way to identity rank is to look for the insignia that each member of the Army will display on his or her uniform. Insignia will be unique to each rank, and the insignia of officers and generals will differ clearly from those of enlisted soldiers. Familiarizing yourself with these insignia will make it possible
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16-05-2021, 03:30
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How to Join the NDA
The National Defence Academy (NDA) of India is a high-caliber training institution that prepares you for life as an officer in the armed forces. To enter the Academy, you must first meet certain basic eligibility requirements, such as passing the 12th level of a 10+2 education. Then, you must sit the entrance exam, which covers general knowledge, English, and mathematics. If you earn
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8-04-2021, 11:10
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How to Be a Good JROTC Cadet
Whether it's to learn how to be a leader, or if you plan on joining the military, JROTC is a class that you should take pride in and thrive to make your way to the top of the battalion.
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5-03-2021, 16:20
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How to Apply to the Merchant Marine Academy
The United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) trains officers on the marine transport of goods during times of war and peace. Since the USMMA is a federal service academy, it only accepts a small number of applicants each year and has many requirements. If you’re interested in joining the Merchant Marines, start working hard in school so you can earn good grades and increase your
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3-02-2021, 23:40
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How to Reenlist in the U.S. Military
If you’ve reached the end of your service term in the military or you want to enlist again after being discharged, reenlisting is a similar process to when you first joined. While the rules and regulations may vary slightly between branches, each requires you to talk to a recruiter or Career Counselor to discuss your options. Once you’ve confirmed you’re eligible for reenlistment and
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How to Pass the ASVAB
If you're considering a future with the military, the first big step is to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). The ASVAB is a series of multiple choice tests designed to measure your mental aptitude and determine whether you should be able to enlist. The tests also determine what branch of service you're eligible for and what job opportunities you should have.