Thinking of my future, re-enlisting in the Army. I am not liking my current life situation, and I would like to make a change. One option would be re-enlisting in the US Army. This time, I would go back in as an officer. I have different options for fields of expertise: Combat, Technical, Support. I am thinking of going the combat route, and choosing Infantry. I would join a local National Guard, and ask for a year deployment overseas. I would pursue all the schooling I could: Airborne, Air Assault, Ranger, Special Forces, Pathfinder, etc. While deployed, I would make contacts with contractors and firms, and seek to bring those contacts in touch with people I know in Imperial County, to bring investment, businesses, and jobs here. I would like to end up in the Washington, DC area, working for one of the military-industrial companies in Maryland and Virginia. If not, then I will come back home. There is a group called "Student Veterans of America" that is a peer group that helps veterans get into college, make use of the GI Bill, and gives them support. I want to start a local chapter for Imperial Valley College (IVC) and San Diego State University - Imperial Valley campus (SDSU-IV). I would get the SVA chapter involved in the local veteran groups and outreach. I may even get them involved in helping out the local Boy Scouts, which seem to be lacking in activity. I could also run for a local political office, or take some position that requires someone to fill it, and start making changes there. Watching HBO's ...
Task Force Marne Soldiers Re-Enlist in Iraq! Gen. Peter Pace swearing in re-enlisting US Soldiers. Scenes include Soldiers taking the enlistment oath, shaking hands with Pace and Pace speaking to the Soldiers. Produced by Sgt. Crystal Cook. Unit(s) Involved: • 3rd Infantry Division (Fort Stewart, US) If the soldiers are not wanting to fight as you here in the news, why re-enlist, especially in theater where you will serve more time at the front? Interviewee(s): • Gen. Peter Pace (US), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
600 Soldiers Re-Enlist on 4th of July B-roll of a naturalization and reenlistment ceremony at Camp Victory in Baghdad. Scenes include US Soldiers reciting the oath of reenlistment and naturalization and Gen. Petraeus, Sen. John McCain and Jonathan Scharfen speaking.
Soldiers Re-enlist in Kandahar Sixty-eight Soldiers from throughout southern Afghanistan reaffirmed their commitment to the Army's mission during a mass re-enlistment ceremony at Kandahar Airfield. Lance Cpl. Nicholas Neighbors reports.
Reenlist My Blues
Mark's Reenlistment Another 4 for the Corps.
Tough Economy Forces Soldier To Re-Enlist Sgt. Jay Thorne, 28, decided to re-enlist in the Army to help make ends meet for his family.
Glenn Beck Tells Soldiers Not To Reenlist Cuz Gov't May Portray Them As Babykillers Cretinous cult leader, Glenn Beck is at it again. This time, he's working hard to show just how strong he is on national defense by telling soldiers not to reenlist. Why shouldn't soldiers reenlist? Well, because Glenn Beck can't promise that a parade of horribles won't take place, so therefore they shouldn't reenlist. It's similar to me saying: because I can't guarantee you that oxygen won't suddenly become poisonous, you may want to hold your breath - just in case. What are the reasons against reenlistment suggested by Glenn Beck: 1) That Congress "will use you as a pawn." 2) President "will use you as a political device." 3) This administration and this congress "will leave you laying out there blowing in the wind with people with guns and bombs coming after you." 4) The government "will paint you as a baby killer."
Korea reenlist This was taken during my reenlistment ceremony in Korea
Soldiers Reenlist Thinking About Country, Wallet More young members of the Army, Air Force, and Navy are choosing to reenlist rather than face the brutal job market. The Pentagon acknowledges that bad news for the economy is usually good news for the military. The AP's Faryl Ury reports. (Dec. 22)
GAS CHAMBER RE-UP Soldier reenlists in a special way- 가스 처형실 imcom.korea.army.mil Tolearn more about living and serving in the Republic of Korea with the US Military, visit us online at http To view photographs of the US Military in Korea visit: The Morning Calm weekly Command Information Newspaper is available online at: http:imcom.korea.army.mil Additional videos about the US Army in Korea are available online at: Join our team of US Army Installation Management Command civilian workforce and discover the rewards of living and serving in overseas with the Department of Defense. About this video: When Soldiers choose to reenlist they can pick any place and any time.
Reenlistment on a Mi-17 helicopter On a training flight on Aug. 14, 2010, the Afghan Air Force and Combined Air Power Transition Force advisors took Afghan flight medics and advisors to Bagram Air Base as well as Technical Sergeant Jeff Reid, 440th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron, being re-enlisted by Captain Tom Filbert, 440th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron, over the mountains between Bagram and Kabul.
Wounded Marine Reenlists Cpl. Matthew Bradford lost both his legs and his eyesight from an improvised explosive device while serving in Iraq. Despite his injuries, he is continuing his career as an active duty Marine. Lance Cpl. Nicholas Neighbors reports from Washington, DC
US Navy, Reenlistment for ET1 Oz (1) Here's the first of four videos highlighting my reenlistment onboard the USS Midway.
Soldiers Reenlist on Tank in Diyala, Iraq Reenlistment ceremony at Combat Outpost BAMA in the Eastern Diyala Province of Iraq
46 TF Marne Soldiers in Iraq re-enlist Soldiers from Task Force Marne re-enlisted while serving in Iraq, recognizing that even though they are putting their lives on the line each day, serving in the Army is still what they want to do. Task Force Marne commander, Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo, and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse Andrews, re-enlisted 46 Soldiers during a mass re-enlistment ceremony, May 7, at Contingency Operating Base Speicher.
Reenlistment My Reenlistment in the Army on 22 Oct 2006 in Salerno, Afghanistan
Obama Encourages Discharged Gay Soldiers to Reenlist President Barack Obama encourages soldiers discharged under "don't ask, don't tell" to reenlist at the at the signing ceremony for the repeal of the 17-year-old policy banning gay men and women from serving openly in the military.
281 Soldiers Re-Enlist at 3rd ID 90th Birthday Video: Gen. David Petreaus Attends 3rd ID Birthday Reenlistment Ceremony Package of the Reenlistment and 3rd Infantry Division's birthday ceremony in Baghdad with Gen. Petreaus and Maj. Gen. Lynch.
158 Soldiers Reenlist in Northern Afghanistan, why??? (Hi Def!) Many Soldiers have served multiple deployments in two combat zones. Why do they reenlist? Sgt. Frank Brown shares a few reasons. Soundbites from Sgt. Damon Jordan, Staff Sgt. Naima Rasool, Spc. David Evans, Spc. Gloria Cranford, Spc. Mariya Kristeva and Gen. David Petraeus. If you like this video take a look at some of the over 1800 other videos with 10.6 million views on this channel!
The Reenlisters! The Reenlisters mean business! The producers for WAR, UO and DAoC come together to give you the low-down on the 'Return of the Legends' player reenlistment campaign. Check it out! Visit your games account pages to re-enlist! UO: WAR: and DAOC:
Rapping Marine plans to re-enlist Semper Fi.
Reenlistment Nightmare Nightmare shared by all sensible military men, with dramatic ending.
Dog Handler Re-enlistment A dog handler and his dog re-enlist after working and training with each other at a unit deployed in Afghanistan www.dodvclips.mil
Raw Video: 250 Troops Re-enlist in Iraq 250 service members re-enlisted in the military on Veteran's Day, while serving in Iraq. (Nov. 11)
NH Soldier Home From Afghanistan Considers Re-Enlisting A New Hampshire soldier home on leave is contemplating whether to re-enlist for another tour of duty.
More than 100 soldiers re-enlist at Camp Victory, Iraq. Package of Gen. George Casey re-enlisting more than one hundred US Soldiers at Camp Victory, Iraq. Produced by Pvt. Jon Cano.
Operation Freedom Mass Reenlistment Army.mil - The mass reenlistment ceremony of Service Members currently serving in Iraq. This event is the largest reenlistment ceremony ever held. www.pentagonchannel.mil
Record Reenlistment Army.mil - More than 1200 military personnel re-enlist in Baghdad.
Montgomery Clift An amusing clip from 'From here to eternity'
Pentagon Re-enlistment Ceremony Army.mil - The Army conducts a re-enlistment event in the Pentagon Center Courtyard in honor of the 35th Anniversary of the All-Volunteer Force. www.pentagonchannel.mil
1235 Troops Re-enlist in Baghdad July 4, 2008 Largest re-enlistment ceremony in history. GEN Petraeus presided.
My 2nd Reenlistment My reenlistment on 19 May 2010 at B Co 2 BSTB 2 BCT 101ST ABN DIV (AASLT), with COL Arthur Kandarian (2 BCT CDR) as the Officer administering the oath.
Re-enlist My Blues From the movie "From Here to Eternity", Montgomery Clift jams some blues.
Soldiers Reenlist at Kandahar Air Field Video of how 68 Soldiers from throughout Southern Afghanistan reaffirmed their commitment to the Army's mission during a mass reenlistment at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan. Lance Cpl. Nick Neighbors reports. If you like this video take a look at some of the over 2000 other videos with 11.5 million views on this channel!
Hooked on Camaraderie? Why Wartime Soldiers Re-Enlist Complete video at: fora.tv Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm and War, speculates on what compels soldiers to return to combat. While the adrenaline rush of war plays a role, he says, soldiers often long for a strong sense of wartime camaraderie that they don't find in civilian life. ----- Sebastian Junger, the author who brought us The Perfect Storm, explores the harsh realities of soldiers dealing with war and combat. For 15 months, Junger followed a single platoon through its tour of duty in Afghanistan's dangerous Korengal Valley. Through the harrowing experiences of the young men he joined, Junger examines the physical and mental strength needed to fight, serve and survive on a daily basis. This experience also led to his documentary "Restrepo." - Commonwealth Club of California Sebastian Junger is an American author, journalist, and documentary filmmaker, most famous for the best-selling book The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea. His most recent book is War.
why marines dont re enlist spicer reads from a shirt that was bought in okinawa while at a platoon party
Navy Reenlistment @ Busch Stadium This is a video of me reenlisting in the US Navy on July 3rd, 2008 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. I also got to meet Al Hrabosky and he took us up to the VIP room at his bar and served us all free drinks!
Omar Lopez Attempts To Re-Enlist in Austin, Texas Omar Lopez at an Army recruiting office in Austin, TX. Trying to re-enlist after the court ruled that all Don't Ask, Don't Tell investigations and discharges must be discontinued.
Baghdad Reenlistment The largest reenlistment ceremony in the history of the US military took place in the rotunda of the Al Faw Palace in Baghdad, Iraq on July 4, 2008.