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Be smart and able in your life!


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Choose your rate wisely

Answered - Electronic Maintenance Manager (Former Employee) - Everett, WA

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Relax, and be honest. Don't try to hide anything.

Answered - Training Coordinator of Engineering Repair Div. (Former Employee) - Mayport, FL

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Honesty is the key component of getting into the military. Hiding anything from the government will eventually become an issue in your career when discovered.

Answered - Information Technician Specialist (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA

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Do not ever fail the PRT.

Answered - Master-at-Arms (Former Employee) - USA

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You get in return what you give.

Answered - Information systems technician (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA

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Join and improve your life aspirations.

Answered - Electricians Mate (Former Employee) - California

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Get ready to try new and exciting things while traveling to new places around the world.

Answered - Aviation Ordnance Technician (Former Employee) - Everett, WA

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Be sure this is what you want it can be great or painful

Answered - Petty Officer Second Class (Current Employee) - United States

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Be the best that you can be in everything that you are apart of. Do not settle for just the bare minimum. Seek guidance from those who are where you want to be and execute.

Answered - Hospital Corpsman (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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