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Why It's Important to Take an ASVAB Practice Test

If you’re taking (or thinking of taking) the ASVAB, you’re likely in one of two camps: you’re a high schooler who is juggling a ton of homework, possibly a job, and trying to maintain some semblance of a social life, or a high school graduate who is looking for a military career and who hasn’t th...
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Ways You Can Help Support a Military Family

We all want to support the troops that help keep our country safe, and one of the best ways to do that is to help support their family at home. Here are some simple ways you can make the lives of military family easier- no military experience required! Offer to babysit When a soldier is away, t...
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The Difference Between Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers

The difference between commissioned and noncommissioned officers can be explained simply. In the United States, commissioned officers are those members of the armed forces who have an official commission. These commissions are obtained through specific channels. The three by which commissions are...
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The 7 Core Army Values

Want to know what makes Army men and women different from the rest? It all starts with their 7 core “LDRSHIP” values! Loyalty- To the Constitution, the Army, your unit, and other soldiers Duty- Fulfilling your obligations and never taking shortcuts Respect- Treating o...
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The Military (Phonetic) Alphabet

You thought you knew your ABC’s…until you joined the military! The military adopted the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) alphabet for radio and telephone communication in 1956, and it’s been the standard ever since! A= Alfa B= Bravo C= Charlie D= Delta E= Echo F= Foxtrot G...
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