Presentation on theme: "SOLDIER. the soldier fights for the hippys rights to protest against that soldier the soldier fights for the politions rights to send that soldier to."— Presentation transcript:
the soldier fights for the hippys rights to protest against that soldier the soldier fights for the politions rights to send that soldier to war the soldier fights for buisness mans rights to make money the soldier fights for the policemans rights to arrest that soldier the soldier fights for school kids right to know about past soldiers the soldier fights to so that you may all sleep at night the soldier fights for religion so that you may all belive what you wish And yet the soldier fights on the soldier fights for his flag, for his country, for his life
Education and Training Military education can be voluntary or compulsory duty. Before any person gets authorization to operate technical equipment or be on the battle field, they must take a medical and often a physical test. If passed, they may begin primary training
Attributes and abilities To get in the army a UK citizen will need: A determined person, Physically and mentally fit, Be organised, Willing to take orders, Be able to communicate well, Reliable, Medical requirements,
Job outlook Job Outlook About this sectionOpportunities should be excellent for qualified individuals in all branches of the Armed Forces. The United States spends a significant portion of its overall budget on national defense. The number of active-duty personnel is expected to remain roughly constant through 2020. However, the drawdown from recent conflicts may lead to a decrease in the number of active-duty personnel. This should be balanced by the need to fill entry-level positions as members of the Armed Forces move up through the ranks, leave the service, or retire. The current goal of the Armed Forces is to maintain a force sufficient to fight and win two major regional conflicts at the same time. Political events, however, could lead to a significant restructuring.
Duties of a soldier Duties The military distinguishes between enlisted and officer careers. Enlisted personnel make up about 83 percent of the Armed Forces and carry out the fundamental operations of the military. Officers make up the remaining 17 percent and are leaders of the military, supervising and managing activities in every occupational specialty in the military.