By IMSERIOUS - 22/01/2014 19:23 - United States - Anaheim
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Thinking and doing are two different things. Show them what you're really made of!
correct me if I'm wrong but isent rotc for officers training? and isent competition encouraged in officers training? at least it is so here, you can go one of two very distinct paths with the army where I'm from, one is called short term service which is typically three to five years after which you can elect to go on with the military career however in those 3-5 years you may never advance past platoon leader, the other is long term service which is basically officers who are considering a military career, they sign up from 5 to seven and then usually nearly always elect to stay more as members have usually reached officer or flag officer status, that's what I understood rotc to be and officers are generally encouraged to outperform other cadets but again It may be different where you are.
don't let them bring you down, because once you make it you'll be the one laughing not them