The U.S. military (and other military forces) say that what they inevitably provide to their personnel is training.
In early August, the Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk (no wonder the military uses acronyms) found it newsworthy that two sailors received training prior to heading to Guam for the Talisman Saber exercise.
The training was a number of requirements to qualify for a forklift license, a useful post-military skill for anyone looking to continue hands-on logistics work after service in the military. …
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