Why are You Here?"
I have fallen short in many ways towards the goals that I have made in my life. No matter how high the standard is set, and whether failure awaits me, perseverance and my faith will carry me on. Some would label me as a dreamer. Someone could say I have reality to face, but without dreams we have no hope, and without hope we have nothing inside of us to fuel our deep passion to succeed and win the race that we have been running. Everyone has his own opinion about college and how important it is, but only a few will take the initiative to follow through and back what they stand for. Though a college degree in engineering seems unreachable, I will strive to make this the first foundational block for my future family and career.
My career has already been a major focus in my life over the last couple of years. Recently I decided to join the United States Armed Forces, and in doing so, I have the obligation to serve my country. In the beginning of my military career I asked myself the question of "How long will I serve?" My passion for the military has been growing since the day I joined, and my heart is telling me that I should stay with it for the whole twenty years. I am honored in knowing that I have the privilege to defend my country and the freedom it stands for.
As a soldier in the United States Army I have the responsibility to show leadership, and follow those of wisdom before me. In the fall I will be enrolled in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program to better myself for the future. Every school has its own requirements academically, but regardless of what the school requires of me, I will execute my mission above the given standards. My major is geared towards my future as an engineer in the combat arms branch of the service. Mechanical engineering is my main focus currently, and as of now, I am looking forward to strengthening my skills as a mechanic and doing what is best for my career and my future....
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