What would be the best way to serve my country?

Well, I'm a very smart 15 year old kid, being a sophmore next year. I've greown up in the U.S and I'm the kinda guy who supports his country and wants to serve it. I'm not sure what I want to do though! I'm very good at math and science, usualy I can master anything within the first few minutes of attempting (Video Games, learning new methods of doing math, following along easily) I like guns (favorite weapon is a HKG36). I'm a very good strategist. What should I do?

Asked By: Jon - 7/4/2008
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Many things. First of all, became a good person. Second, a useful person in meaning of getting good education, job, family... in the future. Good luck.
Answered By: Richard H. Edison - 7/5/2008
Additional Answers (18)
Since your young still volunteer for community service.
Answered By: HeavensReaper - 7/4/2008
Get as much education as possible, and become a productive citizen.
Answered By: captainspalding3 - 7/4/2008
Go see a recruiter when youre 17.
Answered By: leal90 - 7/4/2008
become a doctor and find a cure for cancer
Answered By: roxy_ktln - 7/4/2008
There are wonderful opportunities in the US Army when you reach the right age
Answered By: incomitatus - 7/4/2008
Be a scientist.
Answered By: chikaomiski - 7/4/2008
join military
Answered By: papai - 7/4/2008
how the f**k could you possibly support a country like the united states???
Answered By: _xXCanadian.Scene.KidXx_ - 7/4/2008
If I were you, I'd look into the Coast Guard. They serve our country every day wether we are in peacetime or war. They save lives when ships are sinking. They catch drug smugglers, illegal aliens, etc. I think if I could join the military (I cannot for health reasons), I would join them because there is always... More
Answered By: John W - 7/4/2008
Get great grade in highschool and apply for West Point to become an officer in the Army. You do 4 years of college at this school and then your in the Army after that as an officer! Kids with great grades who can get into this prestigious school are something looked at highly in the Army. Most enlisted dont like... More
Answered By: LBeaP - 7/4/2008
join the army next year put a flag pole in your front lawn buy a red white and blue scarf join or develop a club that only focuses on America drink beer cut your hair military style go paintball shooting/hunt to practice shooting accuracy
Answered By: dez - 7/4/2008
Sry buddy playing games doesn't make you a great strategist. I was the same way when I was younger.Still can't wait to finsh my last year of high school.But anyways you just need to relax,your only going into your sophomore year right now.
Answered By: Rusky - 7/4/2008
You don't have to join the military to serve your country. Get a Doctorate in some thing useful productive and can benefit every one. Find a cure for a disease or discover life on Mars. You're a very smart young man and what you can do for your country has endless possibilities. Always remember that no one can make a... More
Answered By: Isis - 7/4/2008
If you are smart, best way to serve your country is the civil way. Be a professor or something. Your country will need you alive not dead and it does not really require much IQ to shoot a gun. A terrorist can shoot too. If you are really smart, you know you are not getting any smart answer from soldiers in military... More
Answered By: Turko - 7/4/2008
Use those skills you already have and gain more the humanitarian way. Like the Peace Corps, or an organization of that type. Don't join the us military, you"ll be used and abused! Do not go into us politics, it is way too corrupt. If you desire to "better" this world, do something creative and for the good... More
Answered By: Roland K - 7/4/2008
Our country is in great need of young people like you who are interested in math and science. I suggest you continue to do well in those subjects as well as in history and english. Pursue a math/science career and you will be part of a new generation of people who can help America restore it's status as a techology and... More
Answered By: Heisman2013 - 7/4/2008
You are the perfect age. You can visit some requiters for INFORMATION without fear of being tricked into something...and you have a couple of years to think about what they are saying! DON'T go to just one! Get advise about what is opening and what might open. You still have some time to prepare or get prepared if... More
Answered By: Anthony W. McPherson - 7/4/2008
lol, apply for Mcdonalds - i mean, if your in the US of coarse
Answered By: 20 characters - 7/4/2008
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