February 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #50: Military Career Path Part 2

Tip of the Week

Some aren't satisfied with a typical military career--they want to stand out, find a unique job or work alongside highly placed people in the military. For those looking for a special challenge in their military careers, the 'special duty assignment' may be just the trick. Special duty includes everything from becoming a recruiter, a Marine on White House guard detail, or signing up to become a General's aide.

For the most up-to-date listings of these special duty assignments and many others, contact your base assignments office, your detailer, or First Sergeant and ask some advice on how to volunteer for special duty as your next choice of assignments. They will get you moving in the right direction. Your military career path involves many tough choices, be sure you make an informed decision no matter what you choose!

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