Surprising Facts About Being in the U.S. Military, Capstone, 2018
Being a part of the military’s largest branch might seem like all work and no play. But soldiers in the Army know that protecting their country can be a fun and rewarding experience. Learn little-known facts and unique details about what it means to be an Army soldier.
Sailors in the Navy will almost certainly spend part of their careers at sea. Everyone on board has a job whether it's a cook, medic, to nuclear equipment operator. And even though a sailor’s life on a ship is strict and orderly, there are still some surprising facts about jobs, training, and living quarters in the Navy.
Airmen in the U.S. Air Force dedicate their lives to serving their country. But this doesn’t always mean that service is spent in battle. Airmen have a variety of roles. Some roles are ones you would expect. But others, in addition to their day-to-day life, can be pretty surprising.
Marines are a prestigious branch of the military who dedicate themselves to honor, courage, and commitment. In times of conflict, these values turn Marines into the heroes we know them to be. But what are their everyday lives like? What does their rigorous training involve? And what makes being a member of this military branch unique? The answers may surprise you.
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"Interest-piquing trivia weaves history and fun facts with career information on the four branches of military service . . . VERDICT The balance of humdrum with behind-the-scenes information makes this a high-interest winner."
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