Becoming an Army Officer

Published: 2018-08-29 11:37:19
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Burning desire to serve the community

Wisemen once said, opportunity comes only once. Am grateful that I got to find such a rare chance to apply for my lifelong dream career. I have always wanted to be an army officer, all things I have ever done; I did them because I knew one day I would realize this dream. Am an excited person indeed

The reason why I have longed for this chance is because of my burning desire to serve the community. I love helping people at all times, not because I have much, but because I know how it feels to have nothing. I believe the change I want to see in my community starts with me, and as a leader, for both now and the future, I have therefore to be self-driven.

Physical and mental fitness

Am an innovative person, a critical thinker, and a problem-solver. All the same, I will be of great help in the army and the society as a whole. With minimum supervision and immense pressure, I can thrive thereby translating ideas into action realizing incredible results. I do not just work I labor to get the results. I direct resources in the profitable activities. Am a risk-taker and always ready to take responsibility.

My physical and mental fitness are beyond reproach. I have lived the better part of my life knowing that one day I will be an officer hence worked hard enough to remain fit for the job. My physical examination report has always been up to the standard.

I cannot wait to join the army. I am excited at the very thought of it. I have fulfilled all the requirements, and I be waiting for your approval. Thanks, in advance.

sheldon

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