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  • Are you AWOL? The article describes what happens after a soldier goes AWOL, what may be the punishment, due to a soldier going AWOL, and contain questions and answers frequently asked by AWOL soldiers.

    The Truth: What Happens When You Go AWOL

    The Truth: What Happens When You Go AWOL

    by James Wassinger121

  • An alternative evolution of the US Navy that reduces large, expensive, man-power heavy carriers for smaller and more flexible ships and group organizations. Sets a target of a 450 ship fleet.

    The 450 ship fleet

    The 450 ship fleet

    by junkseller4

  • One of the fringe benefits of the military, or being a military dependent, is the privilege of riding on the little-known network of air travel that circumnavigates the globe and supports US military installations with personnel and supplies. While...

    Seoul, Korea: Space out on Space-A.

    Seoul, Korea: Space out on Space-A.

    by jvhirniak18

  • Joining the military is one of the biggest decisions you can make in your life. Being a member of the U.S. Military is unlike any other job you'll ever have. Here are some things to know before you enlist.

    Ten Things to Know Before Joining the Army

    Ten Things to Know Before Joining the Army

    by Billy Hicks17

  • Jack Nicholson plays a great Marine Corps officer but movies like "A Few Good Men" and "Full Metal Jacket" often lead to misconceptions about The Corps.  As an honorably discharged and proud Marine I would like to set the record straight about...

    Marine Bootcamp: The Real Deal

    Marine Bootcamp: The Real Deal

    by coachbriany lm65

  • In this hub, I reflect on Navy boot camp training at Great Lakes, Illinois, in 1967. Besides acquiring basic navy knowledge, I learned survival swimming, how to shoot a rifle, and how to fight fires.

    What Navy Boot Camp Was Really Like for Me

    What Navy Boot Camp Was Really Like for Me

    by Paul Richard Kuehn4

  • Are you thinking about U.S. military enlistment? If so, here's a few tips about military recruiters, asvab testing, basic training, and what to expect if you join the United States Armed Forces.

    What Military Recruiters Don't Tell You

    What Military Recruiters Don't Tell You

    by drej252225

  •  There are 2,278,895 service members in the United States today between active duty and reserve branches.  Many of these men and women at arms will have to terminate a residential lease contract at least once during their enlistment due to receipt...

    Breaking a Lease With Military Orders: ETS, PCS

    Breaking a Lease With Military Orders: ETS, PCS

    by Olivia Hatherley7

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