Why did you join the branch of military you did?

And why didn't you like the other ones?

Asked By: chrls_bann88 - 3/25/2007
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Originally I planned to join the USAF. I went to the recruiting center (hitch hiked 45 miles) but when I got there, the USAF recruiter was out. I knew the USN recruiter (my gf babysat his kids). I went in to say hi, and left in the Navy. I just wanted out of Delaware and to be able to see the world. I did both. I... More
Answered By: OldeSalt - 3/25/2007
Additional Answers (11)
Navy i wanted to see the world because they didn`t interest me
Answered By: Dr Universe - 3/25/2007
My family is army. So the choice was made for me when I decided to go in.
Answered By: kittenbrower - 3/25/2007
USMC- I wanted a challenge and their marketing definitely catered to my demographic at that age. All of the other branches have their pros and cons. I respect those who serve in any of the U.S. Armed Forces Uniforms.
Answered By: Joe C - 3/25/2007
I was drafted and went to the US Army. I liked it so well, that I stayed in for 21 years!!!!!! It was lots of Fun Travel and Adventure and absolutely NO REGRETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answered By: rockandroll58-79 - 3/25/2007
Navy - better educational choice and guaranteed school/specific job.
Answered By: mattzcoz - 3/25/2007
I went into the Navy as my parents would not sign for the Army [he was at that time serving] they would not sign as at that time ALL the British troops basically left basic and went straight to Northern Ireland [you remember them OUR terrorists] so they said Navy or nothing....which was fine with me but my brother... More
Answered By: candy g - 3/25/2007
When I first joined the Army, I was still in high school, and the Army reserves has a program called split-option that lets you join and go to boot camp as a junior in high school... More
Answered By: Curtis B - 3/25/2007
I joined the Navy... More
Answered By: CG-23 Sailor - 3/25/2007
Well, a long time ago, as I was walking home, when a green vehicle pull up along side of me and offered me ride. He... More
Answered By: micho - 3/25/2007
My husband shopped all the recruiters and the Marine Corps gave him the only guarantee that he would be an MP (he had an associates degree in Criminal Justice) and that he would be a sgt by the time he was in 2 yrs. Best deal he was offered by any recruiter so he spent 20 yrs in the Corps.
Answered By: slykitty62 - 3/25/2007
navy in my family its army or navy so followed in my gramdpa's foots steps and became a sea bee. what else is there besides the marines?
Answered By: chefsky2001 - 3/26/2007
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