Dating has always been a wonderfully complicated experience people experience in their lives. New relationships make your heart race with anticipation and wonder, and those of us who've experienced a long-term relationship learn to appreciate the little things we've gained from each other along the way. It goes without saying that no two relationships will ever be alike. So in light of Veteran's day, let me share my experience in a relationship with someone in the military.
Qualifying medically to join the military is an extensive process. While there are many conditions that will be obvious, there are also many that are not often considered or known.
The use of slang is very popular, especially these days. Some people find it a better and easier way to communicate with others. Just a simple word can mean so much in slang — that's the beauty of it. There isn't technically a set of rules when it comes to the use of slang... people just have to understand where you're coming from.
Getting deployed isn't something that most people are happy to look forward to — and who could blame anyone who's scared? When you go to war, you will end up in uncomfortable conditions, you will very likely see things you shouldn't see, and there's also a chance you might get killed.
The military has created a huge amount of technology that is now regularly used by civilians. Most of us already know that, though, since it's common knowledge.
Humans have always gone to war. It's one of the most common themes in human history, and as such, has been the focal point of many major aspects of the human condition, our cultures, and even the stories that we tell.
The US military is one of those groups that really does have its own subculture and brotherhood. When you deal with a military person, you can expect them to defend themselves, have a certain level of discipline, and know how to make their beds the right way.