Thus I will follow in suit by discussing all seven of the values.
Loyalty is to bear true faith and allegiance to the U. Constitution, the Army, your unit, and other soldiers.
A service member's length of commitment largely depends on the Service branch, career choice and required training.
Most first-term enlistments are four years of Active Duty, followed by four years in the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).
It's a crucial element of Basic Training and strongly encouraged throughout a service member's military career.
Every recruit must pass the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) at Basic Training to graduate.
Upon completing Basic Training, most single service members are required to live on base for a period of time.
On-base housing varies from one location to the next, but, generally speaking, it is similar to living in modern college dormitories and apartment complexes.
Some service members are required to pass a PFT every six months to continue serving, while it is less frequent for others.
Regardless, the Military always promotes continued functional fitness, which includes mental, emotional and social well-being.