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Remember your becoming a part of an organization that serves our country. Take the good and imulate your leaders and ignore the bad in leaders. When you become a leader do the right thing at all times and learn to give of yourself for your people. I'm retired and this formula worked for me. You will never find a more challenging career. Good luck fair winds and enjoy.

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Choose your rate, choose your fate.
PIck something that will transfer over to the civilian world.

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Do the best at you job

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The most greatest experience in my life

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Work hard,and keep honor the and transitions of the Navy,

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Be smart and able in your life!

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Choose your rate wisely

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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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