Army Strong Videos

Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist Sergeant King

Neil Raaz

Neil's pilot training in the Army helped him reach his dreams of becoming a pilot for American Airlines.

SEARCH ARMY VIDEOS
CATEGORIES
SELECT CATEGORY
Showing  of 
  • Welcome To goarmy.com

    Explore over 150 different careers you can train for and find out from real Sold...

    CATEGORY: About the Army

    TAGS: Careers Soldier Life

    Army Soldiers in field environment
    Welcome To goarmy.com
    00:36
  • Achieve their goals in life

    Sergeant Whaley talks about helping prospects achieve their goals.

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Recruiter Support

    Achieve their goals in life
    00:42
  • Nervous and excited at the same time

    Victor talks about his nervousness and excitement.

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Support Recruits

    Nervous and excited at the same time
    00:46
  • Make the prospect feel comfortable

    Staff Sergeant Roger Whaley talks about meeting with prospects.

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Recruits ASVAB

    Make the prospect feel comfortable
    01:12
  • Talking to a Recruiter

    Brandon talks about talking to a recruiter.

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Recruiter Support

    Talking to a Recruiter
    00:39
Showing  of 

Neil Raaz

Neil's pilot training in the Army helped him reach his dreams of becoming a pilot for American Airlines.

My name is Neil Raaz, I learned to fly in the U.S. Army and I'm a pilot with American Airlines.
I entered the Army as a 09W MOS, a Flight Candidate, went through pilot training and flew helicopters for the Third Infantry Division.
I had grown up watching my dad, who was a helicopter pilot, and had great visions of one day filling his shoes. And when I graduated pilot training for the U.S. Army, he was the one to pin the wings upon my chest. That was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.
The Army gave me the tools and the skills to succeed in life. The leaders that I worked for taught me how to be, and become a leader. The Army is the best experience I have ever had. If you're up to the challenge, the Army is a great place to kick off your life.
Back To Top