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I am currently 17 years old and I have been thinking of joining the military. The more I think about it the more I get convinced that this is a decision I want to make. Im stuck however. I dont know which branch I should join. I was hoping that someone here could possibly orientate me a little. Im planning on contacting a recruiter soon, but I want to do outside research as well. WHY I WANT TO JOIN. I GUESS YOU DONT HAVE TO READ THIS PARAGRAPH, ITS KINDA LONG The reasons I want to join are essensially 2 main ones. The first one is that I want to be a part of some greater good. The second is for educational purposes. I want to eventually go to medical school. My grades in high school are not bad. Ive gotten mostly A's and B's and have taken a lot of accelerated and college level classes. I know though that it will be hard to pay for school without taking out some loans, unless I get a full ride which is an extremely small chance. I know I have not picked a short or easy career, so while im at it, I might as well join the military. I feel that this is my opportunity to take that decision that only the few make. I want to prove to myself that I can do this, that I was born to serve my country and make a difference for those in other countries. I want a career that im proud of which is the main reason I want to go into the medical field. In joining the military I would be fulfilling myself in ways that only the military could offer. It would also make a world of a difference for when I go back to school and finish my medical career. MY QUESTION... Based on this and the fact that I am female, which branch do you think is best for me. I was thinking the marines because it is more of a challenge. I know that this branch doesnt have anything medical in which I could work in but thats not a concern. I would appreciate it if someone could explain to me how I could benefit from these branches and a general idea of what jobs I could have in them. Thank you so much for those who answer.
I dont plan on making a career out of the military. I was trying to explain that I want to help people in what ever I do. Wanting to join has nothing to do with me wanting to go into medicine except that they are both fulfilling and a job to be proud of. But I know a lot of people would suggest to join the Navy or Air force because they offers jobs and skill that prepare you for when you get a job as a regular civilian. I want to join the military and my intention is not necessarily for having a job in medicine while im in the military, but to contribute to my country in which ever job I am assigned to and through the experience I can grow and feel a sense of pride and acomplishment. I just want to join a branch that allows me to have a job that may be difficult, but extremely rewarding. The fact that I will get assistance afterwords to pay for college is another MAJOR reason why I want to join, but not the only one. I hope this clears things up a bit.
I just responded to a similar questions so I'll post my response here. I hope it's helpful :) This is a summary of each branch, as my adviser explained to me. Army basically is the front line when it comes to combat. They have good PT, and the most job openings. They also have the most and longest deployment. Marines are also like the army. They are glorified and have extreme PT. There is also a lot of brotherhood. Their tours in active duty are by average a bit shorter than the Army's, which means less danger. Navy doesn't see much combat. Their PT is less intense than Army and Marines. There is also a lot less danger because they are more of a support. There is good travel opportunities, you could see the world. Thailand, etc. Air Force is similar to the Navy in the less combat manner. They are more supportive. They are also very elite and prestigious. Most of the positions deal with science. Also, just as a note: Most people in the Air Force don't become pilots. In my opinion, each of these are equally honorable when serving our country, because they are necessary. I myself am going into the army, but I am happy with my fellow marines, sailors, and airmen. So whatever you choose, don't feel the pressure. Pick what you want based on your personality and what you are interested in. I wish you the best of luck. :)
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For the best answers, search on this site Kritter R: After your four years in the service are over, what do you want to carry away with you? The Marines will make a Marine out of you. You will always be a Marine. In a wartime theater, Marine MPs are charged with processing POWs. In non-combative roles, they do the routine police work; traffic tickets, incident investigation. The Navy has good opportunities, and their version of ohio does pretty much the same as the Marines. If you are serious about a life-long career in criminal justice, you should go with the Air Force. The training is more advanced, the things they guard are more serious, and when you get out, the experience will be more impressive to potential employers, including the CIA, FBI or Secret Service. If you really want to pursue this career field, you might investigate a Police Explorer post or similar vocational club. This will expose you to things you may not have thought about. If you are going into the military, study Arabic, Farsi or Chinese language. You wouldn't believe the doors and opportunities this will open for you. If you are not in a martial arts discipline, join a dojo and learn one. It will help with your physical and mental discipline. Good luck!
My suggestion would be to join the Navy. Have the recruiter guarantee you (in writing) that you will be sent to Hospital Corps School. The training is superb. If you still want to be with the Marines, you can ask to be assigned to the Fleet Marine Force. Navy supplies the Marines with Medical and Dental personnel. Then, after your discharge, you will already have the backround for Physicians Assistant or some other field in the medical arena.-------Good Luck and Semper Fi
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Well, it depends, what do you want to do in the Military? you suggested Medical school, The USMC doesn't have any sort of medical MOS, they utilize Navy Medicine for all Medical needs (as well as a few AF personnel). the only enlisted Rating in the Navy that involves Medicine is HM, and I doubt that, as a woman, you will be getting HM anytime soon (most slots are going to males because we need them in FMF and Sub IDC). If you want to be a doctor and go into the Navy as a Medical Officer, you should join NROTC and sign up for their medical program. What the NROTC Medical Option does is allows you to get a degree and you have guaranteed Acceptance to USUHS (the military's Medical school). My last UMO went to USUHS, he is getting more job offers than my brother did, and he went to Harvard Medical School. If you are wanting something to make a career of in the Navy, why not go Crypto? Good field, you use your mind and hands alot and has great potential with the government when you get out (after a degree of course) for the love of all things holy, do not go Dental. If you want to go Dental, join the ******* Army.
Rachel...here's the deal. you said...."I want a career that i'm proud of which is the main reason I want to go into the medical field"...etc...."It would also make a world of difference when I go back to school and finish my medical career". Then in your question paragraph..."I was thinking of the Marines...more of a challenge...nothing in the medical field, But that's not a concern"........?? You seem to be less than clear on what you want to do as a career. I would strongly suggest that you BE SURE the military is really what you want before you make a decision that you might not be happy with later.. This forum is full of young people who allow themselves to let others influence their decision, and then come back shortly thereafter asking OMG what have I done! You seem to be more unsure than naive...so don't rush to a decision that may turn into a commitment.