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    Military in Sturgis

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    Business Listing   Meade County - Veterans Service Office - Sturgis, SD - Phone: (605) 347-7623

    Business Listing   State-South Dakota - Sturgis- Army National Guard- Maintenance Shop - Sturgis, SD - Phone: (605) 347-2972

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    Helpful Definition for: Military

    Military, in Sturgis, is defined as an organization which uses force to protect or defend its country. Weapons play an important role in military organizations. Apart from this, they takes an important part in supporting and expanding a country economically. Military organizations have their own judiciary system, educational institutes, and training facilities, which differ from those of the civil society. Military organizations require expert knowledge and experienced individuals to train a civilian and convert him into a military soldier. Military employees are generally known as airmen, sailors, soldiers. Military schools and colleges are very focused on producing the best candidates. The candidate has to undergo tough training to perform missions and tasks entrusted to him concerning protection of his countryland against foreign threats and invasions. These organizations inculcate leadership skills and discipline in a person. A military organization's environment is very structured, which enables a person to focus on his goal and mission. After retirement, soldiers usually pursue civil jobs. On successful completion of a mission, soldiers are amply rewarded; they may be awarded with bravery and other pertinent awards or given other types of incentives, that sustain their spirit of motivation and keep them going in spite of all odds.

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