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From Gaming to Training

From Gaming to Training

The future for graphic development in military simulations is wide open. More and more companies are leading in the integration of computer game-based technology into military graphic training simulators. With shoot-em up and military-style games all the rage in the video game world for some time and reports of U.S. soldiers stationed in Iraq and …

Plan Your Course Of Action

Plan Your Course

Plan Your Course of Action You should not just walk into a military career. Most successful candidates planned a course of action that enabled them to obtain their desired position. Make a list of several positions you are interested in. Check the qualifications for those positions. Do you qualify? If not, obtain more education and …

Plan Your Career As Soldier

Your Military Career May Last A Lifetime. Do Your Homework Now! Unless you’ve had a veteran in the family, your opinion about the military branches and services may be largely derived from movies, television, books or even music. In reality, often times these images could not be further from the truth. Be aware… joining the …

United States Marines

United States Marines

Like the U. S. Army, enlisted jobs offered by the United States Marines are also divided into various different divisions, called the “Military Occupational Specialties”. The different occupational fields are personnel and administration, intelligence, infantry, logistics, command and control systems, field artillery, utilities, ordnance, operational communications, food service, data systems, public affairs and music, to …

United States Coast Guard

United States Coast Guard

The history of the United States Coast Guard goes back to 1790, when it was originally constituted to enforce tariff and trade laws, prevent smuggling and protect collection of revenue. Later on its’ duties grew to include mariners in distress, protection of marine environment and chart the country’s coastlines. The United States Coast Guard is …

Word About US Navy

US NAVY

Persons qualified in trigonometry, physics and electricity, which have a high degree of mechanical and electrical aptitude and who are able to pass their physical and swim, can get the job of aviation, anti-submarine warfare operator in the US navy. They would need Navy to perform general flight crew duties, operate ASW sensor systems and …