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Warriors working in law enforcement, corrections and military face a unique and exciting blend of opportunities and challenges. To meet these challenges and perform at the highest levels throughout their careers warriors must be committed to pursuing personal excellence. A key element in this pursuit is total preparation of the mind, body and spirit with a commitment to be better tomorrow than today. This requires that warriors do something positive every day in the way of personal growth and development.
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