Transcript: The US Military After High School Jack Temple How to Join Requirements and Branches Requirements and Branches Army Navy & Marines Air Force Coast Guard -Be a U.S. citizen or Green Card holder Non-citizens must speak, read, and write English fluently. -Non-citizens must currently live in the U.S. -Be in good health -Be 17 to 40 years old (different branches have different age requirements) -Have a high school diploma (some branches will accept a GED) -Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test Requirements Requirements Ways of joining Ways of Joining Enlistment Easiest way of joining, makes up 82% of military members Enlistment ROTC ROTC The Reserve Officer Training Corps is a four year college program that prepares students to be US Military Officers. A highly selective and elite military college's that offer free tuition for military service as a US Military Officer. Academy Academy -Contact a Recruiter - Talk about Roles -Take the A.S.V.A.B -Go to M.E.P.S -Choose your Role -Swear in to the Military Enlisted Process Process Roles in the Service Roles in the Service Any job you can imagine they have - Combat/Special Forces - Technical jobs -Medical -Auxiliary jobs (doctor, lawyer, Chaplin) Benefits Benefits -A guaranteed paycheck and Cash Bonuses -Education Benefits -Advanced and Specialty Training -30 days annual paid vacation -Travel -Option for full-time or part time service -Tax-free room, board and allowances -Health and Dental Care -Use of commissary and Military Exchange stores -Special home loans and discounts -Unparalleled sense of patriotism, duty, honor and selfless service -Highly sought-after skills, leadership and training experience
Transcript: Devon Williams Air Force cadet 4th class Cousin of Susie and Lillie Baxter Josh Wilson US Navy Father of Anna, Piper and Zoey Wilson Margorie Ball Wright US ARMY AIR CORP WACS Staff Sergeant Makayla and Annalyn Browder's great grandmother Major Michael Williams Air Force Uncle of Susie and Lillie Baxter Major Alan Copeland Retired Marines Gulf War George Inge U.S. Coast Guard- Retired Grandfather of Elena Inge Senior Chief Nicholas B Powell US Navy Father of Ashley & Jessica Powell Craig Diamantopoulos Lt. Commander U.S. Navy Lt. Col. U.S. Air Force Reserve Uncle of Rachel Bond Lieutenant Colonel Rodney Scott McKelroy, Jr. U.S. Army Uncle of Madison Frierson Earl Keene U.S. Army Father of Mr. Daryl Father-in-law of Miss Lisa Grandfather of Amy Smith & Ashley Briggs Eric Inge U.S. Marine Corps Father of Elena Inge Casey A. Callais U.S. Army Father of Monique and Sasha Callais Andrew David Michel, U.S. Army Husband of Miss Lori Ronald Cassagne U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Korean War Grandfather of Cebrynne Cassagne Jerry Lee Bond U.S. Air Force E-6 Grandfather of Rachel Bond D&L Dance Center Presents... Private 1st Class George Arnold Brown Jr. U.S. Army Grandfather of Madison Frierson Steven Kirk Bond Sergeant First Class (E-7) U.S. Army (Retired) Uncle of Rachel Bond Sargent George R. Beorn US Army Great Grandfather of Ashley & Jessica Powell Richard O. Kiern, Sr. U.S. Marines Father of Miss Lisa, Miss Dena, Miss Lori and Miss Debbie; Grandfather of Abby Guy, Amy Smith, Ashley Briggs and Jamie Penton Tina M Powell US Navy Mother of Ashley & Jessica Powell Arthur Aull U.S. Air Force Great Grandfather of Juliet and Audrey Dabelstein SSG Floyd M Ulmer 26 Years US Army Grandfather of Kaydence Lee Jackie S. Anderson, U.S. Army Father of Brooklyn Hutcherson Arthur Houston Henley Jr US ARMY Delta Co. 3rd/187th 101st Airborne Division Vietnam 1970 Grandfather of Ashlynn Kirkland Sgt. Jacob Dale Smith U.S. Air Force Husband of Miss Amy; Son-in-Law of Miss Lisa Brother-n-Law of Ashley Briggs Captain Brian Copeland Marines C-130 Pilot Uncles of Taylar Copeland Anthony Richard Navy Gunner's mate World War II veteran South Pacific Great Grandfather of Selma Newbill Eljie Bennett III MS Army National Guard Supply Sgt. Father of Emma Bennett Specialist James Edward Fleming Army National Guard Veteran Father of Emily Fleming 1st Lieutenant Michael Haley U.S. Air Force Great Uncle of Madison Frierson Sgt. Larry Barnes Combat Veteran Iraq 2003 US Army Paratrooper 82nd Airborne Division 2000-2004 Proud father of Averi Elizabeth Barnes Fred E. Spiers, U.S. Army Vietnam veteran Grandfather of Brooklyn Hutcherson Norman Green, Sr. U.S. Army Grandfather of Autumn Green Jace A. Callais U. S. MC 1989 Uncle of Monique and Sasha Callais Lowell E. Webb. Lt. Commander Father of Michelle Berdux Captain Lee Roy Haley U.S. Army Great Grandfather of Madison Frierson Carlos Xochihua U.S. Navy Uncla of Elena Inge Walter Ruby Army Great Grandfather to Anna, Piper and Zoey Wilson Wilbert H. Callais U. S. Army Grandfather of Monique and Sasha Callais CWO3 Dean Smith USMC Uncle to Anna, Piper and Zoey Wilson Petty Officer 3rd Class Roy William Hendrickson Navy Grandfather of Madison Frierson Michael Twarog Navy Lieutenant Uncle of Selma Newbill Uncle of Abby Guy, Ashley Briggs, Amy Smith, and Jamie Penton Elmer Jones U.S. Air Force Great Grandfather of Juliet and Audrey Dabelstein Sgt. Theodore J. Fenger, Jr. U.S. Marines Father of Amanda Fenger Brother-in-law of Miss Dena, Miss Lisa, and Miss Debbie 10th Anniversary Dylan Newbill Navy Corpsman (currently serving) Brother of Selma Newbill Robert Maggio U.S. Marine Corps Great Uncle of Elena Inge Private 1st Class Austin William Mistretta U.S. Army Brother of Madison Frierson Blake Jones U.S. Army, 14 Echo Brother in law of Ashley Bourg and Cebrynne Cassagne Sgt. Herschel Copeland Manes 2nd Marien Air Wing Korean Conflict Grandfather of Taylar Copeland Horace Mitchell US Navy E-5 submariner TM2SS Makayla and Annalyn Browder's great grandfather SBC Brad Rumbaugh Father of Annalynn Rumbaugh Richard Diamantopoulos Senior Master Sergent U.S. Air Force Grandfather of Rachel Bond Ronald Merritt Jr. U.S. Army Uncle of Elena Inge Ronald Merritt U.S. Army Dabled Vitenam Veteran Granfather of Elena Inge 'Counting Our Blessings... Forever Free' A tribute to our courageous military and their families. Major Douglas Joe Estey, Sr. U.S. Army Uncle of Madison Frierson Bryson Green U.S. Navy Oldest Brother of Autumn Green
Transcript: suicide Military Introduction Introduction General statistics Age Sex Enlisted/Officers Job How and Why Article Results What can we do? Conclusion General General statistics 269 suicides among active duty 19.9 per 100,000 service members Army 23.8 per 100,000 active 21.4 per 100,000 reserves Air Force 18.5 per 100,000 No data due to statistical instability Marines 17.9 per 100,000 Navy 16.3 per 100,000 Age Age 17-19 y/o 7 20-29 y/o 165 30-39 y/o 80 40-49 y/0 15 50-59 y/o 2 Sex Male 252 Female 17 SEX Enlisted more likely to die by suicide Officers 32 Enlisted 237 Enlisted and Officers Enlisted and Officers Combat Arms Exposure to combat Higher risk of injury and death Higher risk for PTSD and other mental health problems Combat Medic Can be exposed to combat Directly exposed to severe injury and death of fellow soldiers Exposure to combat leads to suicide attempts Jobs Jobs Article Article “A review of the effectiveness of military suicide prevention programs in reducing rates of military suicides” By the Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment Looked at interventions for the Army, Air Force, and Navy Looked through 17,100 articles and books Narrowed down to 5 articles Interventions Interventions Army Deployed Military Unit intervention Caring Letters Program intervention Army Infantry Suicide Prevention intervention Air Force U.S Air Force Study Navy U.S Naval Training Command Results Results What can we do? What can we do? Educate and train leadership and soldiers Increase funding Give counseling during deployments Conclusion Conclusion Death by suicide is very common among U.S military members Higher rate of death by suicide among those exposed to combat Article reviewed 5 interventions Training and education leads to a decrease in death by suicide rates 1. Pruitt LD, Smolenski DJ, Reger MA, Bush NE, Skopp NA, Campise RL. Department of Defense Suicide Event Report. Washington D.C: U.S Department of Defense; 2015. 2. Ursano RJ, Kessler RC, Naifeh JA, et al. Suicide attempts in U.S. Army combat arms, special forces and combat medics. BMC Psychiatry. 2017;17(1). doi:10.1186/s12888-017-1350-y. 3. Harmon LM, Cooper RL, Nugent WR, Butcher JJ. A review of the effectiveness of military suicide prevention programs in reducing rates of military suicides. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 2015;26(1):15-24. doi10.1080/10911359.2015.1058139. 4. Reidenberg D, Berman AL. Changing the Direction of Suicide Prevention in the United States. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. 2016. doi:10.1111/sltb.12310. Sources Sources
Transcript: Military Awareness Presentation Samantha Munoz Architecture and construction Listed careers within field Construction specialist Building Electrician Service branches U.S Army Marine U.S Air Force Military status-Enlisted Salary-$48,770 Construction specialist Overview- Construction Specialists manage the construction of buildings,bridges,etc. Military Training-Construction Specialists training consists of on-the-job instruction including practice with tools. Construction specialist Helpful Attributes Ability to communicate effectively Ability to understand and apply math concepts Ability to coordinate and prioritize the work and activities to detail Construction specialist Related Civilian Careers Civil Engineering Technician Cost Estimators Construction specialist Construction specialist Civil Engineering Technician Salary-$55,614 Overview-Helps determine geographic areas or features Military training Classroom study Simulated combat conditions Helpful attributes Ability to convert ideas into drawings Interest in maps and charts Cost Estimators Salary-$114,900 Overview Financial managers direct and coordinate financial management functions. Military Training Complete a comprehensive training program covering responsibilities Helpful Attributes Interest in planning and directing the work of others Interest in work requiring accuracy and attention to detail Construction specialist Building Electrician Building Electrician Service Branches U.S Army Marine U.S Air Force Status- Enlisted Salary-$58,491 Overview install support, and troubleshoot electrical wiring systems Military Training Practice in the installation and repair of electrical wiring systems. Helpful Attributes Ability to use hand tools Interest in electricity Preference for doing physical work Building Electrician Related Civilian Careers Electricians Automotive and Heavy equipment Mechanics Building Electrician Electricians Salary-$80,378 Overview Electricians supervise,repair and coordinate electronic devises Military training Consists of on-the-job learning Helpful attributes Interest in engineering Interest in planning and directing research projects Building Electrician Automotive and Heavy equipment Mechanics Salary-$59,569 Overview Automotive and Heavy equipment Mechanics maintain and repair various vehicles and systems. Military Training Automotive and heavy equipment Mechanics training consists on working on vehicles and equipment Helpful Attributes Interest in automotive engines and how they work Interest in troubleshooting and repairing mechanical problems Building Electrician
Transcript: ARMY Education Required High school diploma or GED Boot Camp Technical Training US Military Academy Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Officer Candidate School The Army Continuing Education Program (ACES) Pay & Benefits New enlisted (E-1): $1,400 to per month E-2: $1,569 per month E-3: $1,588 per month E-4: $1,921 to $2,025 per month E-5: $2,335 per month E-9: $5,928 to $6,830 per month Warrant officers: $3,285 to $8,514 per month What you will be doing Intelligence Work Training & Education Recruiting Survival Equipment Specialist Weapons Maintenance Special Operations Infantry Combat Engineer Hours/schedule The hours that you will work is whenever you are needed for your specific duty it could be any time night or day. Risk and safety The risks is the possibility of being wounded or killed in combat. The saftey is being given warm clothing if it is cold, being given a helmet to protect you from head damage. You are also given a weapon to protect yourself from the opposing forces People,Data,Things The people that you will be working with are the other soldiers,Generals, etc. The items you will be using is your equipment such as our weapon the wepon that you are given depends on your job. Job outlook Opportunities should be excellent for qualified individuals in all branches of the Armed Forces through 2018.
Transcript: -Wherever you are in your nursing career, the Navy can help ease your financial burdens. -Advance your career with generous scholarships, financial assistance and continuing education. http://www.navy.com/careers/healthcare/nurse/ Specific Responsibilities Video: Navy Health Care Navy Nurse Alex Madison Green -You will serve your country by helping not only those in the military who defend it. -Their families and people in need around the globe. Education Opportunities Nursing Specialties -Navy Nursing offers and amazing scope of career opportunities. -Navy Nurses can focus on any of more than a dozen sought-after practice areas. Work Environment Nurse in the Navy Typical Nurse would do: -Check vitals -Treat wounds -Manage triage -Lift spirits, restore hope and mentor others. -As a member of the Navy Nurse Corps, you may serve at any one of more than 250 Navy. -Hawaii to Japan, Germany to Guam, Washington, D.C., to Washington state.
Transcript: **"We should help those that need it, and embrace those ready and able to serve. The military community is a great place to recruit volunteers because they already understand the military lifestyle and have an esprit de corps, learned through that military lifestyle where everyone is stronger when they work together" Military Involvement Volunteer Onslow collaborated with Volunteer Onslow as a community partner to identify a veteran who was in need. and more to come.. donated the supplies needed for the project 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines In 3 months... One group who answered the call. Asking volunteers "where do you best fit?" and finding how to leverage that partnership for both. contacted United Way looking for opportunities to volunteer in the community. ...for 2 projects. established project, community and public relations and partnerships. Volunteer Onslow ** ..."veterans and their families are talented natural volunteers with valuable skill sets easily adapted to the challenges facing our communities. Their families have consistently stepped up to handle unmet needs - military family members volunteer at much higher rates than the rest of the population. Best of all - they are waiting to be asked to serve". 95% Serving Wounded Veterans Percentage of OEF/OIF Veterans who cited this volunteer opportunity as important to them. Asking nonprofits "what are your needs?" and helping to fill those needs. What is Volunteer Onslow? Battalion Goals Met Through Volunteering: Citizenship Character Development Team Building Give Back to Our Community 91% Disaster Relief Semper Fi Fund Connecting Nonprofits with other Nonprofits to collaborative on service projects 94% After School Programs/Serving at Risk Youth 90% Serving Military Families Let's work together to help build capacity for local nonprofits in the community you serve. Great! How can I get involved? **Points of Light Institute 52% Environmental Efforts Jacksonville-Onslow Volunteer and Nonprofit Resource Center 2/8 gave 787 hours, $14,258 in sweat equity to local nonprofits. 2/8 Initiative Model ongoing connection to community opportunities project support and planning and hour tracking for unit purposes. Nonprofits connecting with Volunteers with opportunities: One time, ongoing, service projects, specific skills, boards and committees. How do we do that? What will it look like for you? Developing initatives and programs to better serve. It is your community. Home Depot It is your Community. How do I impact it. Members of the Military Community serving as volunteers help build better communities. You want to serve. Onslow County has the needs. Lauren Welch, Volunteer Onslow Director United Way 8 Ruth Street Jacksonville NC 28540 910-938-4357 firstname.lastname@example.org Helps to build capacity for local nonprofits. Resource Center for nonprofits. Help connect volunteers to local needs
Transcript: Military and Apprenticeship Army Army Active Duty Requirements Active Duty Requirements Active Duty Requirements. You should also not be undergoing any civil actions; certain law violations will disqualify you. You are NOT required to have a High School Diploma. ... Success in any branch of the Military depends on a good education, and a high school diploma is most desirable. * Band officer *Judge advocate general's core attorney *Financial manager *Armor officer *Field artillary officer 5 Intresting Positions 5 Intresting Positions The Army summarizes its basic expectations in is seven core values, which are loyalty, duty, respect, personal courage, selfless service, integrity and honor. Although job responsibilities vary by assignment, the core values apply to every soldier, regardless of job or rank. Responsibilities Responsibilities The Army offers health and dental benefits, vacation time, family services, special pay for special duties, cash allowances to cover the cost of living and money to repay your college loans. Pay/Benefits Pay/Benefits Navy Navy The Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) is responsible for, and has the authority under Title 10 of the United States Code, to conduct all the affairs of the Department of the Navy, including: recruiting, organizing, supplying, equipping, training, mobilizing, and demobilizing. Resposibilities Resposibilities Be a U.S. Citizen or a resident alien. Meet exacting physical, mental, and moral standards. Have a high school diploma. Have a qualifying score on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. Pass a Military Entrance Processing Station medical exam. Active Duty Requirements Active Duty Requirements * Radio communications *Navy nurse corps *Navy reserves intelligence *Entomology *Telecommunications analyst 5 Interesting Positions 5 Interesting Positions The Navy offers an outstanding compensation package, complete with competitive pay, tax benefits and comprehensive health-care coverage. Pay/Benefits Pay/Benefits Air Force Air Force Be a citizen of the United States. Take the AFOQT. Pass the Air Force Physical Fitness Test. Score well on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) Have at least 90 college credits (if currently enlisted) Be at least 18 years old and less than 35. Active Duty Requirements Active Duty Requirements Members of the Air Force Security Forces (3P0X1) are tasked with providing force protection duties, guarding weapons, air bases and Air Force personnel from possible dangers. Responsibilities Responsibilities *Financial management *Airfield operations officer *Civil engineer *Public affairs officer *Pilot 5 Interesting Positions 5 Interesting Positions Low costs of living on base and an attractive retirement package, and you can see the big-picture benefits of life as an Officer in the Air Force. As a lieutenant straight out of college, you will make about $34,000 a year in basic pay. As an officer, your pay depends on your rank and time in service. Pay/Benefits Pay/Benefits Marines Marines You must possess a high school diploma. There may be a few Marine Corps positions available to those with a GED but the Marines are generally only accepting high school graduates, or those about to graduate. You must score a 32 minimum on the ASVAB Requirements Requirements The Marine Corps finds its success as a premier military force by acting in a single cohesive effort across all battlefronts. Featured below are just a sample of the Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) Marine pilots and aviation support Marines serve in to assist the Marines fighting battles on the ground. Responsibilities Responsibilities *Admin spec NF3 *Sales Assoc NF1 *Desk Clerk NF2 *Cook *Musician A06 5 Interesting Positions 5 Interesting Positions Competitive salary. Military housing or a housing allowance. Food allowance. Medical care for Marines and their families. Education benefits. Retirement plans. Affordable life insurance. Pay/Benefits Pay/Benefits Coast Guard Coast Guard You must be a U.S. citizen or a Resident Alien. Be between the ages of 17-31 (up to age 32 if qualified for attending guaranteed 'A' school) for Active Duty.(If you are 17, you'll need parental consent.) Reservists must be between 17-40. Requirements Requirements *Co-principal flute *Marine trnasportation specialist *Boat builder *Program specialist *Environmental specialist 5 interesting positions 5 interesting positions As an active-duty member in the Coast Guard, you'll be privy to a benefits package that is largely unheard of for most people just starting out. College tuition assistance, housing and meal allowance, free health, dental and eye care, and 30 days paid vacation are just the beginning of the benefits offered Pay/Benefits Pay/Benefits The Coast Guard is a unique branch of the military responsible for an array of maritime duties, from ensuring safe and lawful commerce to performing rescue missions in severe conditions. Nearly 42,000
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