Posted on Jun 18, 2018
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Ever thought about it? It seems like people are more wanting to rise above their peers then to be building the bond that makes this military so popular amongst the nation this is a strange questing but I notice when I talk to allot of people it seems like they are worried about their career more then anything. Yes?
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CW5 Jack Cardwell
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It all depends on what you want. If you want a career in the military then you should always be trying to improve yourself. As you advance your peer group will change and they will have many of the goals you have. Some if the strongest bonds I had were later in my career. Many young enlisted not sure of what they want so bonds that seem tight now easily fade away.
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CW5 Jack Cardwell Great response. I agree.
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CW5 Ranger Dave
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Perfect!
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SFC William Stephens A. Jr., 3 MSM, JSCM
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there will always be BROTHERHOOD and networking with your brothers will get you a good CAREER.
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SFC Christopher Taggart
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Private Bollinger...because Servicemembers are very "transitional," thinking about building any kind of relationship, other than a working relationship, it doesn't happen. You do make friends, because you'll have similar experiences at your current unit, but when you PCS, you are gone and will make new friends. I served twenty-plus years in the military and I have no idea what happened to anyone I knew before. "Brotherhood" is a term you see in the movies. It's the same thing in the civilian world, everyone is very "transitional."
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