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Corbin Clarke

on 8 October 2014

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My Future
By: Corbin Clarke
Type of Home
1023 sq. ft.
Bedroom : 2
Bathroom: 2
Garage: 2 car
WRX STI Limited:
Annual Costs
Yamaha Raptor
WRX: 6,000
Total: 38,000 (over 6 years)
Utility Bills
Electric: 660
Water: 160
Gas: 2,000
Food: 3,564
Clothing: 1,000
Trash: 240
Phone: 600
Insurance and Taxes
Life Insurance: 100
Home: 1,000
Auto Insurance: 6,000
Health care: 3,000
Property Tax: 3,440
Vacation: 2,000
Entertainment: 2,000
Unexpected: 1,000
Two dogs: 1,800
Other Hobbies: 1,500
Gifts/Parties: 1,000
Auto/Furniture : 1,200
Total Annual Cost: $50,434
How long I plan to work:
I want my career in the Army to last for at least 20 years and then earn my Master's degree to become a Physical Therapist until I'm not able to efficiently work anymore.
Things to do before I Die
Ride a camel into the Sahara desert
Tell someone the story of my life, sparing no details
Take a canoe ride on a lake and sleep there for the night
Ultra Marathon in every continent
Rent a super car and ride the Autobahn
Be weightless
Travel from the tip of North America to the tip of South America
Have something made permanent with my name on it
Loose a lot of money in one hand of cards in Vegas
Be in a flash mob
Set ANY world record
Spend the night in a castle
Change someone's life
Get truly lost in the wilderness
Ride in a submarine
Go without electricity for a month
Career Investigation
Basic Skills Survey Strengths: Active Learning, Science and Learning Strategies
Border Collie (Currently have)
Australian Sheep Dog
Special Forces Medical Sergeant (18D)

Special forces medical sergeants are considered to be the finest first-response/trauma medical technicians in the world. Though they’re primarily trained with an emphasis on trauma medicine, they also have a working knowledge of dentistry, veterinary care, public sanitation, water quality and optometry.

Extreme competition, about 40% of people that apply are even allowed to train.

$54,000 does not include danger benefits.
High school Diploma
20 years of age
Extreme physical conditioning
Good eyesight and night vision
Qualified in: Diving, Sky diving, and Endurance running
229 on the Army Physical Fitness Test
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery:General Technical score of 110 and a Combat Operation score of 98
Much, much more....
Plan A
Plan A
Military Career Plans
Orthopedic Physical Therapist
:Helps with rehabilitation of patients that suffered from anything from sports injuries to amputations.
: One of the highest openings of any medical job. (35% growth)
: $75,000 on average ($65,500 After income taxes.)
High school Diploma
Bachelor's (4 years) in biology, anatomy or physiology
2 more years to get Master's degree
1 year of residency
Plan B
High school diploma
Bachelor's in anatomy, biology, or physiology
2 more years to get Master's degree
1 year residency
Physician Assistant
:Diagnosis a patient, order tests, interpret them, make a diagnosis, write a prescription, then discharge the patient. (Basically a doctor with less pay.)
Extreme Growth (39%)
$73,000 on average ($63,500 After income taxes.)
Post-Military Career plans
Plan B
W1 - Special Operations Combat Medic (SOCOM)
Provides emergency medical treatment anywhere from on base to the battlefield.

One of the most needed jobs in the Army.

$36,000-$75,000 depending on years of service and rank
Basic training
Advanced training
Varying amounts on specialized job training.
Job Title:
Renting vs. owning
Renting Pros:
Owning pros:
Cheaper short-term
Easier to move
No maintenance
Landlord will be the boss
Long-term expenses are high
No equity
Rent might change
Certain limits to how I can decorate
Build equity
Can decorate however I like
Maintenance is easy
Higher cost upfront
Hard to move under short notice
Must pay for all maintenance
U.S.A. vs. Germany
Pros of U.S.A.
Stronger democratic presence
Driving is easier
Everyday people are friendlier
Violence is more common
High average standard of living
Worlds best Military
Physically large
Easier to find a job
Large property and houses are common
Pros of Germany
More freedom of speech (Believe it or not.)
Rugby and Football
World renown graffiti art
Drinking at 18 (not enforced)
Driving is fun
Media is against violence
More vacation time
Amazing mass transit systems
Cons of U.S.A.
Cons of Germany
Patriot Act
Everything is bigger
Drinking at 21 (enforced)
Media loves violence
High crime rate
Less individual rights
Driving is dangerous
Physically small
Public intoxication
Owning a home is less common
Kawasaki Ninja Concept
Yamaha Raptor (one payment): 5,000
Kawasaki Ninja (annual): 5,400
Total for Ninja: 12,000
House payment:
Annual: 10,128
Total: 303,778
Projected lifespan:
85 years
Military retirement pay expected:
57,000 (1st year after taxes)
75,000 (10th year after taxes)
100,000 (20th year after taxes)
Year of Retirement: 2034
Years of Service at Retirement: 20
Grade at Retirement: O-5
Inflation Rate: 3%
Annual Active Duty Pay Raise: 2.5%
Tax Rate: 25%
Age of retirement:
40-44 years
Instead of a 401k or other savings program the military uses the "Thrift Savings Program". This program has a limit of 16,000 dollars a year that I can invest. However even though I can retire at less then 50 years old withdrawal from a TSP has a penalty until I'm 65 1/2.
Scholarship Plan:
Plan C
Athletic Trainer
Advise, train, evaluate and assist athletes in a sport, preferably High School or College track or Cross Country.
Increasing (26% growth)
$45,000 on average
ACT Scores:
Composite Score: 24
English: 21
Mathematics: 25
Reading: 22
Science: 26
Essay: 7
AFQT: 82
Verbal: 94
Math: 82
Science and Technical: 94
Not yet planed or taken
Interest Profile Strengths: Thinker & Helper
I value analyzing and figuring out problems step by step while normally working on my own because I'm a thinker. As a helper I also value helping people with issues in various ways.
Work Value Sorter: Achievement and Independence
Due to the fact that I value achievement I want to see the difference I make when working while also remaining independent with few being able to tell me what to do.
Active learning:
Quickly able to understand new methods and strategies for solving problems.
High School Diploma
Bachelor's in health science
Teaching license if at a school or college
Use basic concepts of the scientific method to solve complex problems.
Learning Strategies:
Use creative and new ways to teach new methods or materials.
ROTC program:
Have a high school GPA of at least 2.50
Have a high school diploma or equivalent
Score a minimum of 920 on the SAT (math/verbal) or 19 on the ACT (excluding the required writing test scores)
Meet physical standards
Agree to serve after completing the scholarship
Upcoming test dates:
SAT: May 4th
Sign up test deadline: April 5th
Future colleges:
University of Central Florida:

Teens: Get a minimum wage job, Apply for ROTC and make it into either Stetson or CF
20's: Obtain a 4 year degree in Health Science
Mid 20's: Join the military as an officer
Upper 40's: Retire from the Army
Late 40's: Get a job as a Coach at a college or High School
60's Retire completely
60+: College junky and lots of traveling

Application deadlines: January 15
GPA: 3.0
Rolling Application that ends May 1st
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