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What is the most dangerous job in the military?

What do you think is the most dangerous job in the military? Any branch, Army, Air Force, USMC, Navy.

Asked By: hendrixfanhawaii - 1/17/2009
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Explosive Ordinance Disposal probably is the most dangerous... More
Answered By: tlkr_11 - 1/17/2009
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Answered By: Carl Marks - 1/17/2009
 
Press liasson.
Answered By: birdie - 1/17/2009
 
army-infantry air force - fighter pilot marine - first group to move in Navy- a sailor
Answered By: rcv4e - 1/17/2009
 
Probally EOD
Answered By: mark32541 - 1/17/2009
 
I'm going to guess the guy who dismantles IEDs.
Answered By: Joe in texas - 1/17/2009
 
EOD, hands down, all branches. I for one, would not have the nerve to do their job and cannot understand how they can, especially when they know that the device they are trying to disarm could blow up in their faces at any moment. Next, would be Infantry, Marines or Army.
Answered By: Curt J - 1/17/2009
 
Explosive Ordinance Detail, Bomb disposal unit.
Answered By: Hawgdog - 1/17/2009
 
Ground Infantry WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
Answered By: Lord Oxford - 1/17/2009
 
The Flight Deck of an aircraft carrier is one of the most dangerous places on the planet to work.
Answered By: mrsjvb - 1/17/2009
 
of course infantry nuclear engineers on submarines any spec operator there are too many to name.
Answered By: chad p - 1/17/2009
 
Combat engineer, they're generally charged with eod security escort as well as ied route recon. Which makes them prime targets. Eod isn't as dangerous as most may think, they use robots for blowing up ieds and are always escorted. They only leave when the area is secured. I would put infantry up there as well.
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Answered By: Shane - 1/17/2009
 
USMC INFANTRY. If it wasn't so dangerous EVERYONE would be a Marine, think about it, that's why people join the Air Force or Navy, to get an easy job so they don't get killed. Got buddies out of high school to prove that fact... More
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Answered By: Cpl John M, USMC - 1/17/2009
 
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