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If you want to get treated like a child but be expected to act like a professional 24/7 and live in shitty conditions knowing that you're a part of a group of some of the toughest people in the world then join marines or army. If you want to use the military as a stepping stone to set yourself up for a better career in the future and make bank, then join the air force. My bro and I went army and our cousin is in the air force. He is a military police in the chair force and told us that he was pretty much a grunt. It was really hard not to laugh at that because of all the bullshit that we put up with while being in the army compared to him. Knowing this, he is going to make twice as much money outside of the military because of all the other training that he got while in the air force. All in all, its about what you want. If you want to see fucked up shit, just be strong enough to be able to live with that your whole life. If you want to actually set yourself up for the future, go air force.
If you want to make six figures starting in the civilian world, join the air Force or the Navy. They'll teach you to fix planes, operate heavy equipment, handle hazmat etc. All of which will get you a good job later.
But if you want a challenge. If you want to push your body and soul to the limit. If you want to be consumed with a sense of pride in what you do. If you become angry when you saw the towers fall. If you want to crawl through the dirt for weeks without food to find the motherfuckers who loved seeing Americans die and kill them....
Join the Marines.
I'm in the USAF. If you want to be some sort of specialized mechanic, working on Aircraft, then AF is the way to go for sure. Being a maintainer you work long hours on the flightline and you get alot of heat when something goes wrong and they can't fly a sortie, but overall it gives you a strong basis for landing a career outside of the military. Not to say you can't get a similar job in the Marines, my AF techschool was a detachment at a Navy base with Airmen, Sailors, and Marines. The marines were training to be f35 crew chiefs among some other jobs, so you can really be an aircraft maintainer in any branch. But from personal experience, the air force is going to train you the best, and give you the best facilities. The marine f35 program is probably the best aircraft maintainer job to get into in the Marines right now IMO. The f35 is heavily funded so whatever maintenance squadron you end up at will be nice. Air force definitely has some "easy" jobs, but each branch has their fair share. It's like what they said though, it's all about what you want to get out of it; and get the most out of it, because the military will take a lot out of you.
i want to join the marines and be a pilot because that is a more difficult job or more difficult to get there (more physical than mental) and that also mean less people competing against me because the more people the less likely ur going to get a spot! Especially as a pilot like if u agree?
The air force has the hardest/longest selection course in the entire military. Do your research before you call the AF bitch branch. This was directed towards the guy who asked the question not the twins
.Hey guys this might sound selfish. I want to join either the marines or navy with my associate's so i can finish school later after service with the GI Bill. However; I want some hands on experience in civil engineering and i also would like to travel. The USMC MOS is Engineering Assistant but the Navy rate is Engineering AID, both sound very similar and i do not know their differences. Can you help me decide which branch my help me as an aspiring civil engineer?
I don't really like at airforce because it's so lenient on It's recruits and for me doesn't give me the military experience I'm looking for that's why I'm joining the army and after the army I want to be a cop so I think I'm doing the right thing
Guess he never looked into Air Force tacp which has over a 50% drop out rate and the AF special operations which has a higher drop out rate all together than any other branch. Every branch has its group of badasses. You could be a damn paper pusher in the marines. If being a badass means that much then try out for spec ops in any branch.
Joining the military for college money is dumb. Recruiters suck in unsuspecting young people with all that bullshit. If you want an education skip the military and just go to a cheap community college. A lot of companies will even compensate you for college money. If you feel obligated to serve and protect your country even if it means that you will possibly get shot at and killed, that's a good reason to join the military. If you get some tuition assistance as a result that's icing on the cake. Very few people are mentally and psychologically equipped to join the military for what it's actually intended for.
People talking about Air Force gives you the most education benefits . Bitch what? Last time I check every branch had the same benefits it depends on what you do. Air Force and Navy is for the tech savvy . Other branches not really .
You guys didnt mention the air force is full and I mean full of beautiful women.
The uniform and title "Marine" is cool and all but there is a reason why the Marines have the lowest retention rate. It's quality of life sucks ass, but some people like that shit.
Omoplata1916 The Air Force does actually have direct combat jobs but most are in special tactics. Tactical Air Control Party(embeds with Marine and Army ground combat units), Combat Controller, Air Liason Officer and Special Tactics Officer( works with SEALs and other special operations units). All of these are of course rifleman qualified plus technical.
I'm in the navy and I'm an aircraft mechanic. My job translates to a civilian job but there's tons of opportunities to go to school while you're in and you can use your post 9/11 when you get out. But the service is no joke either branch you're in.
I spent 4 awesome years as a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman. Every branch of the military has it's jobs which require brain power, and those which do not. An aircraft mechanic will need to know how to fix airplanes and helicopters so they will fly. The insignia on one's shoulder is immaterial. As for IQ, a U.S. Navy Nuke will equal any M.I.T graduate. As for me, I had an incredible quality of life as a Hospital Corpsman. I am 44 years old now. If I were 17, I'd do it all over again. This was my experience.
+jumper F22 I knew a few Biomed Tech when I was in the Navy. This will ensure job security for you as a Veteran! I wish I was mechanically inclined enough to do it. Keep in mind I was discharged in 1994. Technology has changed a lotsince then. As for the other branches, I have no experience with them As for The Navy, I loved it! Next to my title as a Husband and a Father, Hospital Corpsman gives me the most pride. I hope this helps you out. Feel free to ask me questions.
How's it going sir, im interested in Biomedical technology in the navy and biomedical technician in the army. I haven't really researched the airforce medical field as in depth. Im reading books on medical technology now. What's it like working in the medical field for the military?
Spent a long ass time trying to figure out the answer to this question, and after talking to alot of people and researching I decided to go to the Air Force.. I got an "open mechanical job" which is a little skeptical in my opinion. Was wanting to be a PJ but can't cause of my vision.. Got offered a TACP job though, anyone have any insight on that?
To all who want to join the marines for dress blues better wake the fuck up your ass is gonna hate life if that's the only reason you joined up have a purpose that betters ether yourself or betters your future
If you're an average lowlife nobody, and you just want to join the military to improve your future (because you suddenly started caring about that bullshit), like me, I would suggest joining an air force of a neutral country, like Finland or Sweden, maybe even Serbia.
Just in case, if in the future you feel like moving to another country and starting your life there, you'd have the opportunity to do so and your service would still mean something.
But that's just me, you know, not trying to tell people what to do.
They're right I was in the Air Force and it was the best decision ever wouldn't change anything about my AF experience ever got to travel and they will push the importance of education on you. I respect all the branches and anyone who's willing to join because let's face it, it's not something everyone can do. I've talked to people who were in the Army, Marines, Navy, CG and all have at some point said if they could do it over again they'd join the AF. As Johnny Mac said and I agree military life doesn't last forever so one should begin setting themselves up for post military live from DOT 1, good luck and respect to any that's getting ready to ship out.
One thing I will say is about the Air Force you need to be smart. A lot and I mean almost any good "awesome" bad ass job needs college credits or degree. Army rarely required college credits let alone a degree for bad ass jobs and ish.
I've been Air Force for 6 years now. I work in Satellite Communications and Ground Radio systems. My mission pertains directly to Space Based Missile Warning systems.
I've got a unique perspective because i have worked with ALOT of the other branches, (mostly marines, and navy). One thing i want to point out. I've sat in classes right along side the marines, navy and army for my job. In my deployment I worked hand in hand with Marines and Navy. My point being that ALL branches will have some of the jobs the others have. Marines, Army, and Navy ALL have aircraft right along side the AF. Just like they ALL have radio guys, and careers dealing with Ammunition, or Security Forces/MPs.
I would say that if you are considering marines, because that's what your family has done for generations, there is honor in this.
But if your just looking for a job that gets you boots on ground, no shit real world gunfights, full-metal jacket/blackhawk down/jarhead shit. Look at some of the special duty programs for the Air Force, Navy, and Army. You have an infinitely better shot at getting what you want if you make it through one of their programs. To name a few across all the branches. (Ranger school/Green Beretts/ (Army),SEALs/SEABEES(Navy), Raiders(Marines), Paratroopers/Combat Controllers (Air Force).
the benefit that the Air Force seems to have (to me) over the other branches, is that it's a smaller branch in many respects. For you the new recruit who is after a good job inside (and potentially outside) the smaller scale can translate into a better shot at you getting placed in a career you want.
If you look at the ARMY or Marines, keep in mind the bread and butter for those branches is Infantry and Riflemen, so the recruiter has ALOT more slots to fill on that end of his quota (and they do have quotas). This doesn't mean there arent slots for the other stuff that come through, it just means if there isn't any space at the moment in those jobs, the recruiter will most likely "sell" you on the job you want in hopes that one opens up before or stays open while your enlistment is going through, but if something changes they can almost ALWAYS fall back on putting you into the general infantry.
A HUGE benefit of marines, navy, and army over my branch, the (Air Force). It took me 4 and a half years to put on E-5 and i'm one of the fastest there is in the AF to get E-5. (Made it my first time testing, Look up WAPS Testing if interested).
Conversely, the Army, Navy, and Marines as long as your not getting in trouble, and your trying at your job, will most of the time have you making E-5 pay in the first couple years. In my deployment there were a few guys that had E-5 at the end of their first year of enlistment.
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