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See Soldiers Make The Most Of Their Army Experience
Get to know the variety of things Soldiers are doing on and off the job. From a helicopter pilot to a Special Forces dentist, these Officers and Enlisted Soldiers on Active Duty and in the Army Reserve show how satisfying life in the Army can be.
Before joining the Army, Father Panzer served as a Chaplain to both high school and college students, taught high school religion, and was a parish priest. See what Father Panzer has to say about his Army Chaplain training and why he calls the Army Chaplain Corps a "Ministry of Presence."
Clinical Psychology - San Antonio Military Medical Center, San Antonio, TexasLearn More
General Surgeon - Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Md.Learn More
See how the Army Reserve gave Sergeant Marlene Garcia the focus and drive to turn her dreams of working in the medical field into a reality. “I tell anyone that has any type of goals and dreams to keep on going for it,” says Marlene, “because now I have everything I want.”Watch Video
Pathologist - Fort Sam Houston, Texas (Reserve)
LT. COL. Hunnicutt considers it a privilege and honor to be serving his country as a pathologist and transfusion consultant at Brooke Army Medical Center. In his off-hours, LT. COL. Hunnicutt enjoys restoring antique cars, and golfing with his medical colleagues.
General Dentist (Reserve) - Pittsburgh, PA
Major Pawlowicz finds that being a dentist in the Army Reserve leaves her time to be with her husband and daughter, and additionally provides personal and professional benefits she wishes she had been aware of earlier in her career. Her sincerity is evident when she talks about the pride she feels in caring for our Soldiers.