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SGT Magdalena James

Find out how Magdalena's training and personal experience have helped her become Army Strong.

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  • SGT Magdalena James

    Find out how Magdalena's training and personal experience have helped her become...

    CATEGORY: Career & Jobs

    TAGS: Counter Intelligence Special Agent

    SGT Magdalena James
    00:49
  • Ssg John Martin

    Mother of SSG John Martin - describes he had always wanted to be a soldier as a ...

    CATEGORY: Parents

    TAGS: Parents Family

    Ssg John Martin
    00:41
  • Spc Jodie Wood

    SPC Jodie Wood - parents talk about the experience at Basic Training graduation,...

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    TAGS: Parents Family

    Spc Jodie Wood
    00:50
  • Spc Jodie Wood

    SPC Jodie Wood - parents and Jodie talk about their strong communication, letter...

    CATEGORY: Parents

    TAGS: Parents Family

    Spc Jodie Wood
    00:56
  • Private Justine Waite

    Private Justine Waite answers Danielle from Riverdale, Georgia who asks; "How is...

    Private Justine Waite
    Private Justine Waite
  • PRIVATE FIRST CLASS BAITY

    Private First Class Baity answers David from Claremont, Florida who asks; "Do yo...

    PRIVATE FIRST CLASS BAITY
  • PRIVATE CAVE

    Private Cave answers Moritz from Rochester, Michigan who asks; "How long basic t...

    PRIVATE CAVE
  • DRILL SERGEANT JOSEPH WEST

    Drill Sergeant Joseph West answers Mary from Austin, Maine who asks; "Does Soldi...

    DRILL SERGEANT JOSEPH WEST
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    Private First Class Baity answers Chris from Port Richey, Florida who asks; "Wha...

    PRIVATE FIRST CLASS BAITY
  • Episode 3: Courtney

    Courtney is happy making money as a waitress, but she has bigger goals for her l...

    CATEGORY: Career & Jobs

    TAGS: Careers

    Episode 3: Courtney
    05:28
  • 82nd Airborne Division

    Paratroopers stayed vigilant in their mission to help the Haitian people.

    82nd Airborne Division
  • Combat Medic's

    Medics of the 2nd Brigade combat team set-up a small clinic to help local Haitia...

    Combat Medic's
  • Haiti Rubble Removal

    Soldiers help the Haitian people remove rubble from the roads of Portau-Prince.

    Haiti Rubble Removal
  • Making a Difference

    The Army along with numerous other organizations from around the world are worki...

    Making a Difference
  • Paratroopers Assisting Haitians

    Paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne providing humanitarian assistance in Haiti.

    Paratroopers Assisting Haitians
  • Security for Search Efforts

    Soldiers helping with urban search and rescue in the earthquake damaged areas of...

    Security for Search Efforts
  • Soldiers Feed Thousands

    Soldiers deliver food ratios to Haitian families with a two-week supply of food.

    Soldiers Feed Thousands
  • Rediscovering Herself

    Sergeant Summer Guerrero (Reserve, Enlisted), talks about job role/experience/b...

    Rediscovering Herself
    01:25
  • First Lieutenant Maureen Bickett

    First Lieutenant Maureen Bickett (Reserve Officer) talks about experience/benefi...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    First Lieutenant Maureen Bickett
    01:07
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SGT Magdalena James

Find out how Magdalena's training and personal experience have helped her become Army Strong.

SGT Magdalena James: Hi, I'm Sergeant Magdalena James. I'm a 97 Bravo, a counter-intelligence Special Agent. I've been in the Army for two years.
For me, I think I have the best job in the Army. Counter-intelligence fits me very well.
Once I finished my basic training I went to Fort Huachuca for my AIT, that's Advanced Individual Training, and there the Army taught me how to talk to people; to gain intelligence from what they're saying and what they're not saying.
But like any intelligence, it doesn't do anyone any good if it's not sent forward. The Army also teaches you report writing, and how to send that information.
Anybody can do what I did, all you need is a bit of dedication and some motivation.
Ultimately it was the right decision for me, I don't think I would be any happier anywhere else.
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