Would you like to get up at 5:00am and go for excercise as a child
yes off course! it makes them far more disciplined.
While growing up in Southern California, during the Summer months, my dad enrolled me in a junior USMC program called the Devil Pups. This was like a summer camp, only it wasn't a whole lot of fun, fun.
It basically taught each youngster how to become part of a team, and that working together towards a common goal gets results.
I did this every summer for three years and when I was old enough to enlist in the armed forces, I decided to enlist in the US Navy, instead of the Marine Corps. Three summers of this insane **** caused me to seek out a more humane branch of the service to enlist in.
I loved to scuba dive and I also knew about underwater photography, so by enlisting in the US Navy, I was hoping to be assigned, after boot camp, to a submarine as a diver.
My father, who was a ranking officer in the Marines, saw a different career for me in the armed forces, and because his rank entitled him to certain privilages, he could get his way when others might have had some major difficulty. He had me transferred from the US Navy boot camp in San Diego, California to Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, boy what a lot of fun that was.
I should have waited til I turned 18 before enlisting in the Navy, but because I was only 17 and a half, and using my parents consent, he was able to over ride my choice and get me into the USMC Boot Camp Training.
So, to answer your question:
Yes, military training is excellent for youngsters.
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