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Also, “it’s hard to even meet civilian guys.” She said military dating might be less drama-filled than dating on campus. The military can’t afford to have that kind of bad image.” Sarah, getting her mandatory vaccinations before leaving for BMT (Basic Military Training), contributed by Sarah Allen Allen emphasized that there are an incredible number of benefits that come with joining the military.
“If you’re dating someone at work and you’re super professional, that’s fine,” she said. They will provide a college education, medical care, food, board…The list goes on and on.
Depending on what you want for yourself in life, it could be the best or the worst decision you make.
Know what you are getting yourself into.” Sarah Allen, 20 Active Duty Airwoman: Combat Videographer in the U. Air Force Sarah, wearing her dress blues in a ceremonial shot, contributed by Sarah Allen Sarah Allen initially had no plans to join the military.
Both her parents were in the Air Force, and her older brother joined the Marines, but she had no interest. I thought, I don’t take orders, I’m not cutting my hair for anybody, screw you guys! As she got older, though, it started to seem like a sensible choice.
Sarah’s flight (group of trainees) during BMT (Basic Military Training), contributed by Sarah Allen Amina Moghul, 23 Second Lieutenant in the U. Army Reserve Currently on educational delay; student, president of Med School class, president of the military medicine club Amina, practicing spotting improved explosive devices along roadsides, during a training session, contributed by Amina Moghul Amina Moghul was drawn to the military from a young age, but also knew she wanted to be a doctor.
Though her family was initially nervous and “thought I was crazy…out of my mind for even considering it,” they eventually agreed it was a great career move and “an honorable way to use my skills.” Amina, after taking the oath to become an officer in the US Army, contributed by Amina Moghul As a full-time student in her second year at medical school, right now—not really.