Talented Officer In The United States Army

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Every person trying to earn the title of a commissioned officer in the United States Army has a different reason, this is what makes our fighting force as powerful as it is, different types of people bringing different resources to the table. Some of the reasons are financial, adventure, or simply patriotism. My reason has a mixture of two different reasons, it is not one reason. My reasons are for the discipline aspect, my sense of patriotism and my personal experience with the military. My first reason, being the discipline aspect that has always attracted me since I was a small child. I was always on the search for a strongly regimented organization to take part in. Throughout my teenage years I found multiple ways to get this sense, but

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