Hear from Col. Tim Kopra what it\'s like to be Army Strong aboard the International Space Station.
The International Space Station. The most complex scientific project in human history. Orbiting 190 nautical miles above the earth,
and traveling 17,000 miles per hour, the space station draws upon the resources of 16 nations and a highly trained crew of six astronauts.
No surprise that a key member of this team is a U.S. Army Soldier.
With unparalleled educational opportunities, unprecedented leadership development and hands-on training with some of the world's most sophisticated technology.
There's no limit to what you can learn and achieve in today's Army. But don't just take our word for it. Find out for yourself just how far you can go.
Hear firsthand from Colonel Tim Kopra what it's like to be Army Strong direct from The International Space Station.
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