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  • I also feel like since I never served, they'll never actually be able to talk to me.

  • In a way, if that makes sense, I always feel like they be like, be like, Well, you might have done some great things Ryan and you might win an Olympic gold medal and you might give a Ted talk and you might, you know, cure cancer, But you've never done what we've done.

  • And I mean, maybe that's true, though maybe I will never have an experience like that.

  • But I always feel like I'll never be able to know.

  • Is that me just being really paranoid?

  • Or is it because going through those difficult things really is a different thing in life?

  • I think it's a combination of a few things.

  • I think it's a lot of people put military service on a pedestal, and personally, I don't think that it should be put there.

  • It's a unique occupation with unique requirements, but it doesn't make the individual who serves unique in any way, shape or form.

  • You might have some experiences if you operate in a combat environment and you have to think about the military and the US military as a whole.

  • If you judge or think about the U.

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  • Military from what you see in books, TV's or movies, it is my opinion that you are going to have a very skewed perspective of what the occupations actually are.

  • But 15% of the U.

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  • Military actually has a job occupation that by definition, is supposed to engage in combat.

  • So we're already stripping 85% of the people who are in the U.

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  • Military from some of those experiences that you were talking about, even though they served the country and honorably as well.

  • And before I say anything else, what I was able to do in the military was because of those other 85%.

  • It's one big wheel and it takes all of the caw eggs.

  • And one thing that I think is unfortunate is that most of the attention is spent on occupations like mine, and very little is spent on the occupations that enabled me to do what I was able to dio I I don't how to fly a helicopter or maintenance one or service the weapons two degrees that the armor's didn't I don't know where the bullets came from, or the aircraft lift and the intelligence and the weather specialists.

  • All of these things that had to come together for me to be able, actually go on target.

  • So 85% of military is not designed to touch combat in any way, shape or form, and then inside of that 15% I would say maybe 5% of that 15% actually gets to see combat.

  • And it's I'm glad that you don't have those experiences.

  • It was an incredibly complex, rewarding, challenging, painful environment at times.

  • But any lesson learned in that environment?

  • It I feel like it's more concrete for me because I was in that environment and operating in that environment.

  • But the lessons can be taken from that, and they could be over laid, in my opinion, at least anywhere in society and and in almost any job occupation.

  • There's, of course, some job specific things that we learned from engaging in combat.

  • They're not gonna have much to do with banking or real estate or health care, and that's okay.

  • Strip those small percentages away, but everything else when it comes to you know, you mentioned Jocko about extreme ownership.

  • You can apply those concepts.

  • I don't care who you are and what you do.

  • You can apply that to just being a stay at home mom or a stay at home dad.

  • And those concepts will still apply.

  • Uh, Tim Kennedy.

  • You know, the Army Special Forces background or Rangers or Marce Accor seals.

  • The lessons are very similar in all of those communities because the job is actually very similar, I think those communities that are defined by their similarities and not by their differences but all of those lessons learned, explained appropriately and looked looked at through the correct context can have a positive impact on your life, regardless of whether or not you will ever experience them yourself or your job title that you might have.

I also feel like since I never served, they'll never actually be able to talk to me.


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軍隊にいることの現実アンディ・スタンプフはなぜ軍人の5%だけが戦闘を見るのかについて語る (REALITY OF BEING IN THE ARMED FORCES: Andy Stumpf Talks About Why Only 5% Of The Military See Combat)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日