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LaCashana Knight

I would suggest talking to a family member or friend that you know who is in the military. I think this will help you receive a more objective/personalized feedback. You can better decide if the military is right for you. I am an advocate of the military, but I always suggest that someone interested in joining talk to a person who will give them insight outside of someone who job is to garner military members.

Also go to the military sponsored websites available to get a general idea of each branch. I hope this helps. If you have any question about the military please feel free to ask.

Answered 3 years ago

LaCashana Knight
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Frank Calamari

Hi. the first place to start is with a a recruiter and an asvab test. Depending on how you do on it will determine what jobs you qualify for. I recommend a job that you gain a skill that transfers over well in to civiilian world when you exit, if you exit. You can negotiate higher rank when you join if you have certain experiences or any college credits. Ofcourse if you have a 4 yr degree, join as an officer unless you want to be special forces, enlisted special forces go into the "shit" more than officers and dont get shuffled behind a desk as quick, Just a fact. Officers live better and get paid better. I am a big advocate for the military, I was in ten years. Contact me if you like to further assist.

Answered 3 years ago

Frank Calamari