As the Army downsizes, soldiers eye transition
from Newport News Daily Press
The Army trained Roxanne Johnson to drive a forklift, but now she's planning for life in the civilian world as a registered nurse. Was Army training a waste of time? Not in the least, she said. "You learn a lot of discipline," said the 20-year-old Utah native, now based at Fort Eustis. "You really learn who you are. Because I've been in the Army, I've learned that I am outgoing, I am quick to learn and I love learning new things."
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