Elie Piha served as a paratrooper in the US Army from 2008 to 2012. He used
the GI Bill to graduate from UC Berkeley where he majored in English. He
currently works as a writing tutor, a freelance writer, and a bartender, is
completing a novel based on his time in Afghanistan, and is pursuing
The Prime Power Production Specialist (12P MOS) program began in 1958 as a Nuclear Power program to train service members to operate nuclear reactors.
However, this position evolved as the energy needs of the Army changed.
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The United States Marine Corps operates its own infantry unit with an outstanding reputation.
Marine Infantry (Field 03) is the backbone of the military branch with a primary goal of seizing and controlling terrain.
The infantry division features several different … Click Here To Read the rest
The United States Army conducts Officer Candidate School (OCS) for prospective officers in training.
Candidates that receive an offer to attend Army OCS are former enlisted members, warrant officers, inter-service transfers, or recent college graduates.
Officer Candidate School teaches you … Click Here To Read the rest
When joining the Army you may be overwhelmed by the amount of career choices.
While there are slightly less Army Officer choices than Enlisted career options, there are still over 100 to choose from.
Consider picking wisely, as you will … Click Here To Read the rest
The United States Army and Marine Corps are two of the most popular branches of the Armed Forces to enlist in.
Both military branches have a few similarities, yet are also different in many regards.
Regarding the Army vs. Marines, … Click Here To Read the rest