Army.net is a leading recruitment and job information website for careers in the US Army. The website acts as a job board for a variety of different job openings within the Army, including but not limited to careers in the medical field, accounting, communications, and trades. Army.net also provides detailed information and guidance about enlistment in the military. This site dedicated to Army life currently holds an Army hero photo competition that invites people to send in submissions describing why their soldier is a hero to them.
The complete Special Forces report is available online at: http://www.scribd.com/
In its role as a website for and about the US Army, Army.net has gained a reputation for being a reliable one-stop resource for a plethora of Army career information. The site has a wide variety of career articles and recently released several informative reports related to the Army. Its latest report on the Special Forces joins several other reports released by Army.net that help Army career hopefuls gain useful knowledge about what they might expect from these jobs.
"The new 'Army Special Forces – Do You Have What It Takes?' report is the best way to get acquainted with the Special Forces. Many hopeful recruits believe their destiny lies in the Special Forces, but they don't always know what to expect. We believe this report will paint a clear picture and provide valuable advice," says Larry Fowler of Army.net (http://www.army.net)
The report describes the Special Forces, also known as Green Berets, as an ultimate fighting and rescue force. Therefore, it is not surprising that the training for Special Forces recruits is much harder and more rigorous than in any other branch of the military. So much so, women cannot yet enlist in the Special Forces due to the physical demands of the job.
"Through this report we have attempted to provide a better idea of the Army Special Forces and what it takes for a recruit to make it. Needless to say, candidates must be in top physical condition or they will never be able to survive the training. We don’t want to scare people away, but we don’t want young men to have the wrong idea either. This report intends to present a clear and true picture of what the US Army Special Forces requires of its candidates,"
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