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A soldier's training is never completely finished. In the modern Army, mundane tasks formerly used as punishment or busy work for soldiers, such as preparing food for mess service or basic cleaning, are often performed by civilians under contract with the Army. This frees up soldiers' time, allowing them to take ongoing training courses.

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They may go through additional AIT schools to diversify their training or take leadership courses. Entire units can take special training courses together.

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The Army's goal is to keep soldiers focused on improving their skills and abilities so they can perform their jobs perfectly when peoples' lives are on the line.

Army Living on an army base at Fort Lewis, Washington. While a soldier's assignment ultimately depends on the needs of the Army, his area of expertise and his training, his family situation and specific requests may be taken into account.

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The Army has special programs for married couples who are both in the military and for other special Living on an army base, such as family hardships, that may require specific assignments. Other than these special cases, a soldier goes where the Army tells him to go. Army The Army recently announced plans to replace its green, white and blue service uniforms with one blue service uniform, likely similar to the Army Blue uniform pictured here.

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All single enlisted soldiers live in barracks on an Army base when they first complete their training. Life in a barracks is similar to living in a college dorm: Higher-ranked soldiers have Living on an army base option of living off-base, using a military housing allowance.

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Married soldiers also have this option, although 24 percent of all military families live Living on an army base base in Army-provided housing. The base itself includes enough provisions for daily life that soldiers and their families need never leave the base if they don't want to.

Soldiers typically receive a new assignment every two or three years, so chances are they will eventually get to experience life outside the United States if they stay in the Army long enough.


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