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National Guard Recruits Swear In

Army National Guard recruits take the Oath of Enlistment.

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The Air National Guard Officer Path

The Air National Guard Officer Path (00:50)

Maj. Windy Hendrick, a fighter pilot with the Air National Guard, discusses how people can join the Air National Guard as an officer.

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  • Joining
  • Officer
Army National Guard Goes to College

Army National Guard Goes to College

An Army National Guard recruiter talks to a student at an event. Through the Guard, students can receive money for college.

  • Army National Guard
  • Joining
  • Enlisted
Army Recruiting

Army Recruiting (03:07)

For individuals interested in the Army, a recruiter is a great source of information about life in the Army and what it has to offer.

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  • Joining
  • Enlisted
Inside the NUPOC Program

Inside the NUPOC Program (02:53)

The Navy's Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate (NUPOC) program is an excellent option for students who are interested in math or engineering.

  • Navy Reserve, Navy
  • Joining
  • Officer
Officer Commissioning Ceremony

Officer Commissioning Ceremony (01:54)

Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Amanda Morgan participates in her officer commissioning ceremony and is sworn in by her father.

  • Army National Guard
  • Joining
  • Officer
Navy Recruiting

Navy Recruiting (02:23)

A Navy recruiter is a great source of information about life and opportunities in the Navy. Talking to a recruiter does not obligate you to join. Recruiters are there to answer your questions with an honest answer.

  • Navy Reserve, Navy
  • Joining
  • Enlisted, Officer
Joining the Coast Guard

Joining the Coast Guard (02:20)

High-school student Riley Dreaney visits the office of Petty Officer 1st Class Addae Morgan, a Coast Guard recruiter.

  • Coast Guard
  • Joining
  • Enlisted

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