The world needs and wants freedom, but only some are willing to fight for it, I’m willing to sacrifice for it, and I’m willing to die for it. I joined the army to become the best or put forth all the effort I can into what I want to do. I joined the army to challenge myself and my abilities. Not only did it challenge me mentally but physically if I could make it here I can make it anywhere. I joined because it had many benefits to offer me. The training I endured it helped me build character. I love to travel to new places. The best part of the army is making friends that you will never forget and that they will never forget you more than a friendship it’s a bond tight as family, you would put your life on the line for one of them as you would your own blood.in the army You are generally accepted by everyone, and you are willing to die for your battle buddies. I love it, but I had that kind of friendship on the outside, and knew when things got silly, and understood this too shall pass. The benefits I receive made it well worth the occasional sacrifice. Some of the benefits are full time employment, money for college, free health care, Learning new skills, and the pride of knowing you are serving your country. While in the Army I earn decent money, 30 days’ vacation a year, and was eligible for numerous benefits for my service. While on active duty in the Army I received what is called basic pay. I get paid twice monthly on the 1st and the 15th of each month. While serving in the army, l was taught self-discipline and how to live independently. Self-discipline and the ability to successfully live independently are two things that all parents wish for their children. The army is the perfect place to learn how to become independent and self-driven. From day one at basic training, discipline is instilled in every soldier.
I joined the military to get away from the basics. People graduate from high school and then what? They sit around take a break and settle for...
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