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My efforts to figure out what I am doing in life. I want

Col. Timothy Kopra answers Jonathon Johnson from North Chicago, Illinois, who asks; "My efforts to figure out what I'm doing in life. I want to know in what ways does the Army provide a good stepping stone for those of us who need it?"

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My efforts to figure out what I am doing in life. I want

Col. Timothy Kopra answers Jonathon Johnson from North Chicago, Illinois, who asks; "My efforts to figure out what I'm doing in life. I want to know in what ways does the Army provide a good stepping stone for those of us who need it?"

The next question is from Jonathon Johnson and Jonathon is from North Chicago, Illinois his question is; "My efforts to figure out what I'm doing in life. I want to know in what ways does the Army provide a good stepping stone for those of us who need it?"
You know what, we all need a good stepping stone, we all need to find ways in which we can grow and also meet the goals that we set for ourselves, and sometimes we don't have goal and so the Army is a great place to help us establish goals and to achieve them.
You know, one of the things I love about my career in the Army and I can see this happening to other young people that join the military and that is they're continuously challenged.
There's always something new to learn and one thing specifically I think more about the Army than even the other services is your always pushed a little bit farther than what you think you can do and as a consequence you grow that much, that much faster.
The many skills you learn in the Army, opportunities for leadership and learning how to work as a large team and also just self-discipline so you can get whatever job your doing done more effectively.
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