What are some of the most adrenaline-pumping jobs in the military but not the MOST dangerous?

Please give as much as you know about the jobs and recommend some fun(if psychotic) jobs the military offers because I'm looking for a career choice. Thank you.

Asked By: Travis B - 11/1/2008
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Any other job and you will be pretty bored... More
Answered By: D - 11/1/2008
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strip searching new co-ed reserves. .
Answered By: pencil - 11/1/2008
Answered By: metalbass90 - 11/1/2008
pilot for the air force or u can join the navy and join the crews in the ship
Answered By: Ichigo - 11/1/2008
become george bush and supports americans in afghanistan
Answered By: eurochick-turkiye futbol asigi-: - 11/1/2008
There are quite a few some being... 21M - Firefighter 21D- Diver 21B- Combat Engineer 13F - Fire Support Specialist 19D- Calvery Scout Almost all Artillery MOS is heart pumping and not as dangerous as infantry.
Answered By: S-Dub - 11/1/2008
Flight deck on a carrier, it's not as dangerous as people think but man its FUN.
Answered By: KellyJelly - 11/1/2008
Medic, hands down. If you are assigned to a line unit, you see combat and the lives of others are in your hands. They depend on you and the rush of fighting the enemy after successfully treating your brothers in arms is unbeatable. The other soldiers will have your back through and through for they know if they are... More
Answered By: Kruemelbaer - 11/1/2008
MEDIC- But if you can get a skill identifier to go with it. In case you ever get out it translates into something on the civilian side. As a medic you can get assigned to any unit. You always have the option to go airborne or air assault. (jumping or repelling out of planes and helicopters for an added rush)
Answered By: Lisa - 11/1/2008
74D-Army Chemical Operations Specialist. You work to find and protect against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Toxic hazards. Luckily you are given pretty good protective suits before going into dangerous areas.
Answered By: Roderick F - 11/1/2008
Administration clerk. You get to see all the paperwork whizzing by your desk every day.
Answered By: mougal - 11/1/2008
SERE and Pararescue in the Air Force.
Answered By: Greco - 11/1/2008
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