Claudio Abarca Period 1
This career that I am willing to go through will take a lot of dedication and will. Starting this career and ending it with my life will make me proud. Hopefully through out this career I would end up as a General. Being in the Infantry army is what I have been thinking about for two years and I know the consequences if I do my job bad or if I make a mistake. Making a mistake is unacceptable and being in the Army will make me be aware of my mistakes. The Infantry army is my dream.
- Attack (Advance into an enemy-held objective and remove the enemy)
- Defense (Hold an objective and defeat enemy forces attempting to remove the defender)
- Patrol (Moving in areas possible of enemy activity)
- Pursuit (Engaging friendly units before the enemy can build up their strength)
- Escort (Protecting support units from ambush)
- Maneuver (The infantry must act as a whole and be ready until they get to their objective.)
- Intelligence Gathering (Small recon or sniper teams go and get information about the enemy)
- Reserve (Infantry units behind the front)
- Construction (Construction of field positions, roads, bridges, airfields, and all other structures)
- Base Defense (Protect certain areas)
- Raid/Hostage Rescue (Infantry units are trained to quickly mobilize, infiltrate, enter and neutralize threat forces.)
- Urban Combat (Infantry units must be trained in how to enter a city, know how to clear out buildings, with many places for the enemy to hide and ambush from the infantry unit needs to know that.)
- Lowest Rank, First Few Years = $25,000 A Year
In the Infantry army you do need to have education or else you'll start as the lowest rank which is a private. They will teach you how to do stuff and how to do to stuff well. For example disarming a bomb and which wire to clip or when they you hear gun shoots everywhere to stay calm. Even if you don't have any education everyone can join and the Infantry army will even make you turn into General of the Army.
- Willingness to accept challenges
- Ability to perform well under stress
- Physically and mentally in shape
- Ability to work as a team member
- Perform as a member of a fire team during drills and combat.
- Aid in the mobilization of vehicles, troops and weaponry.
- Assist in reconnaissance missions.
- Process prisoners of war and captured documents.
- Use, maintain and store combat weapons.
Advancement Opportunities or Related Jobs
- The skills you learn will help prepare you for any chosen career.
- Skills such as teamwork, discipline and leadership can help you in any civilian career you choose.
- Indirect Fire Infantryman
- Mortar Squads