New '3 Phases Of Army Basic Training' Report Released By Army Jobs Website, Army.net
Leading US Army jobs website, Army.net, has released a new report on the various phases of basic Army training to give new recruits an idea of what to expect.
Army.net is a popular Army website dedicated to providing useful information about careers in the Army. From basic enlistment advice to hosting Army related competitions like the current Army Hero Photo Contest, Army.net is a website dedicated to the US Army. In addition to providing information about Army enlistment, the website also features a plethora of Army jobs encouraging individuals from fields such as health, finance, communications, and engineering to consider careers in the US Army.
The complete report is available online at: http://www.scribd.com/
"At Army.net we pride ourselves on being a one stop shop for all Army career related information. Whether considering enlisting in the Army within or outside of a combat environment, we have the resources to help. From job boards to advice columns, the website is an excellent place for Army career hopefuls to gather some useful information and advice," says Larry Fowler of Army.net (http://www.army.net).
In keeping with its reputation for being a top-notch US Army resource, Army.net has released its brand new report on basic Army training to help new recruits gain a better perspective of Army life. The '3 Phases of Army Basic Training' report introduces Army basic training to the readers and then goes on to explain the various phases involved in training.
According to the report, the three basic phases of Army training are – The Patriot Phase, The Gunfighter Phase, and The Warrior Phase, with each phase concentrating on particular military skills, customs, and courtesies. New Army recruits will learn that Army training is not limited to combat training alone, but includes personal development and training for other aspects of military life as well.
"The new Army training report is a must have for anyone considering Army enlistment. It gives excellent advice about the training process the US Army follows and helps new soldiers mentally prepare for their Army training. From helping soldiers understand the importance of loyalty and a sense of duty to rigorous training for physical combat, the Army produces excellent soldiers and we hope this report will help those hoping to join the Army understand the path they are about to embark on. We believe this report is a handy guidebook and a good starting point for new soldiers," concludes Fowler.
The '3 Phases of Army Basic Training' report is written by Chris Harmen, an experienced writer who has written several informational articles for the US Army, Navy, and the Army Reserves.
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