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What do you think of when someone mentions the military to you Do the words strength training endurance job skills and opportunities come to mind All of these are benefits a person receives after joining the military Every eighteen year old person should have to serve at least two years in a branch of the military First the military does not pay soldiers very high salaries but what they do receive is money that can be pocketed The military pays in more ways than just money For example a soldier does not carry the burden of a house or rent payment The military provides apartments or houses on base for the soldiers to share My cousin Kevin who is in the Air Force lives on base with a friend of his in a nice house and pays no rent no payment no nothing Good food is also provided for those that live on base There is a cafeteria where soldiers can get meals free of charge My cousin Jeff who is in also in the Air Force is a very picky eater but he eats the cafeteria food with no complaints He claims that it is some of the best food he has ever eaten and it is free The military also pays for a soldier to go to college My brother Joey is going to college free of charge while he is in the Army He is studying to be a chemical engineer and the Army is paying for his tuition and books Next some people could not handle the physical or emotional pressures that they would be subjected to in the military Many people would buckle after the first week of basic training due to the intense daily routine followed and the drill sergeant constantly screaming in their faces Although the military is demanding physically and emotionally it is a wonderful tool to teach discipline The military disciplines a soldier to be
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