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Well as many as available depends on the job requirements some days are short some are liable to take two or three days maybe more totally depends on situation at hand .

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The age limit is 18 to join the military.

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Everything short of a cash windfall. It's working for uncle Sam.

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The pace in the Army is intense. Depending on the organization that you belong to the Optempo could be slow or it could be extremely fast.

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Let's see depends on the job I have to perform if its hvac work I enjoy it.allthough if i was flying in to hostage territory and dropped from the sky in a parachute with your favorite weapon to ensure safety for you and your comrades well that's in a category by its self (ultimate rush) if their was a security risk like say shots fired.well now this is got to be a feeling above all feelings one can only imagine this with out he was invited to personally be ground zero in witch I am available for a great day or night of extream action of course only I their was a minor threat to security of course.Hook it up I'm all in.

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The most stressful thing is the long hours and you do not get paid over time.

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I went to the recruitment office.

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Work intensive but collaborative

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Long and involved. Lots of security clearance and background checks.

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I feel great depends on job I'm not personally a military member but have done a great deal of construction on military base in Missouri for wood and all the hvac projects I've been on for the core are great opportunities structured and they expect the best nothing less than a 100 percent. Pay always commensurate the values of their commitment they are asking of u and it's more than rewarding for job well done.

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