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Army friends are people who are not only friends with you, but friends with your immediate family as well. Army friends are a lot like family, they share similar interests, and they care for each other and support each other as best they can. Army friends can be your best friend for years, if not decades. When you are growing up, there is only one time that your family will love you more than the Army. When you become an adult, your Army friends become your family. Soldiers will always be friends with their neighbors, but their Army friends will be their closest friends. They have the same hobbies, friends, and love of the Army as their neighbors. Army friends have a strong sense of duty, duty to their country, duty to their family and duty to the men and women who will be in their lives when they are not there. They are like family to soldiers. They are the backbone of your community and can give you the courage to succeed in everything you do. 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