This is the first in a series by guest writer "Gigi". The series chronicles her experiences in the military from hopeful young women trying to chase her american dream to facing the regret of joining the military as she becomes increasingly disillusioned.
your screwed just do what he says and dont coplmain about anything, ANYTHING he orders you to do, im joining the marines too and im not very outgoing either but this is what im going to do.
on April 01, 2015
The douchebag ansewrs you’re seeing on here are just the tip of the iceberg, my friend. This is the way the military is. There is little sympathy and social skills are a big part of the whole thing. In fact, camaradere is one of the most important things in the army. If you don’t care about the man next to you, and he doesn’t care about you, there is a problem.If you decide to enlist, I’d learn to fake the funk. That means you show enthusiasm even if you don’t feel it. If you’re the quiet type, that’s okay. But joke around with the guys or at least laugh at their jokes, and be there for your battle buddies. If one needs help, freakin help him and do it as soon as you see the need. And if someone helps you, say thanks bro. Tell people good job when they do one, and stay away from the maligngerers and whiners. Even if you agree with what they are crying about, don’t voice it. Stay positive and stay strong. Speaking of strong, make sure you go in in shape. If you’re a PT stud, people will look up to you and Drill Sgts won’t mess with you as much.
on March 26, 2015
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