I wanted to see what enlisting in the navy will do for me. I hear people everywhere saying that joining the military will end your life but whats the real major difference between navy .air force. and army. What im trying to say here is that i don't want to get involved into somehthing thats going to s******s in the long run. i've seen video on youtube describing and showing how navy life sucks but everyone starts out somewhere. Lets say i do well on the AFQT what are some jobs i could choose. cause there isin't a website that tells you the options you have with your score.Now lets say i do well (85-99) what will that do for me. now lets say i score low. what happens from there. i wanted to join the navy cause i screwed my freshman,sophmore, and junior year of high school. right now im going to be a senior,and afterwards i don't want to stay at home and go to community college. WEll main question here is will i get shipped into the middle east or what? ir is navy different than others

Asked By: Armando Madrigal - 8/14/2007
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Really, the navy is what you make of it. If you decide that it is going to suck, your attitude will make sure that it does. If you go in positive, you will have the time of your life... More
Answered By: Rav - 8/14/2007
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Join the Air Force... More
Answered By: soapofdurden - 8/14/2007
I recently enlisted into the navy and got a 91 on my ASVAB. If you score High like that you pretty much have your pick of jobs. Personally I signed for the Advanced Electronic Computer Field but I also got a 6000 dollar sign on bonus, accelerated Promotions to E-4 and I get paid for my like a year and half of schooling... More
Answered By: codextreme07 - 8/14/2007
I served in the Navy for 5 1/2 years, then joined the Reserves, which I have been in for the past fourteen years... More
Answered By: wichitaor1 - 8/14/2007
The only reason people think it ruins their life is they don't mentally make the military their new home and life.
Answered By: nickname - 8/14/2007
I spent 25 years in the Navy. 13 of those as an enlisted man. 12 years as an officer. The rates in the Navy which have the highest potential of putting you in peril in the ground operations of this war are hospital corpsman, explosive ordnance disposal, any of the SEAL team rates and any of the Construction rates. A... More
Answered By: desertviking_00 - 8/14/2007
The Military will end your life? LMAO. The Navy has jump started my life. The Navy instilled values, motivation, pride, self confidence, self discipline, desire, etc... I have made life long friends that will always be there for me no matter what. I have seen and done things that many people can only dream about... More
Answered By: erehwon - 8/14/2007
Joining the Navy is up to you. You may get sent on IA missions to the middle east even if you do not want to go. You may get sent to forward deployed Japan where you are underway on a ship 300 days a year and rarely pull in. The Navy is a good ol boys club and you have no say in your fate whatsoever.
Answered By: ftn83 - 8/15/2007
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