Young men & women share inspiring reasons they want to join the armed forces
It's during these times, when the world is at its most vulnerable, that people may feel the strongest call to action. Oftentimes, this urge to get involved and assist in protecting the people you love and the country you call home can be fulfilled by enlisting in the army.
Several young men & women took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to explain how the threat of ISIS inspired them to join the armed forces.
Some people are committed enough to go back to the army for the sake of national safety, even if their term has been served:
The memory of those who died in vain is often enough to want to fight back:
International crisis affects people all over the world:
The recent crises with ISIS served as confirmation for many people who were thinking about joining the army anyway:
Putting off joining the armed forces doesn't seem like an option once tragedy strikes:
Fighting ISIS might have a deeper cultural meaning than simply taking down the bad guys:
Enlisting now might make you feel like you're really making a difference:
Even if the army has always generally interested you, it might feel like you have a specific reason to join now:
Fighting ISIS requires unimaginable amounts of courage and confidence:
For more truths from aspiring army men & women, check out Whisper.
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