You can take ethics classes in college, but joining the military will teach you important life lessons in a way that’s hard to find anywhere else.
Truthfulness. When you join the military, work military jobs and have to function as part of a team at all times, you’ll learn the important of honest communication among your team members, and with your commanding officers. Truth is one of the principles that’s necessary to lead an ethical life, and the military will teach you the real meaning of the word.
Excellence: When you’re in the military, everything is done to the highest level of quality, whether it’s programming a computer, flying a jet, or scrubbing a toilet. You’ll learn to do the very best you can in everything you do, no matter how insignificant you might think the task is.
Character: Combing the truth with the ability to excel in everything you undertake, and you’ll start to under the real meaning of character. When you join the military, these concepts that are often just tossed around are taken extremely seriously, and you’ll learn to understand what it means to have character, be honest always, and excel no matter what your task.