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Im Having Trouble Choosing A Military Branch?

I know I want to join the military but am stuck in a bit of a rut. I want to go in for a "technical MOS" thats where im leaning towards the Navy. But on the other hand I would much rather go through the Marines Basic Training since im a person that strives for a more difficult and challenging journey to make it seem more deserved and earned. What do you guys think i should do in this situation?

Asked By: Chad W - 5/30/2009
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It has to do with brian smarts how smart are you to pass the ASVAB ,And can you pass the ASVAB with a high score .Then join the Air Force or Navy . Do you like a warm bed and hot food very night then the air force and navy are for you. If you like the hard road and do prefer the dirt and bugs and cold temperatures... More
Answered By: สวัสดีฉัน - 5/30/2009
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navy sucks but dont choose a branch just because the bct is harder you have to think about what branch gives you a better future
Answered By: j82 - 5/30/2009
 
army means it war the death prevails around us if u want to work for the country u can go on technicals there are good chance the marines bassic trianing is hard but a soldeir is great
Answered By: x l t - 5/30/2009
 
The Navy will give you more opportunities to travel and get an education. Almost every Army solider i've talked to is being sent to iraq or afghan. Air force doesn't do anything so its pointless to join the AF unless you like sitting around no PT and no really future. As for the Navy depending on what rate you seek... More
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Answered By: <3 Obama 4L - 5/30/2009
 
As far as a technical MOS, I chose 94F special electronic device repairer. we repair night vision equipment, mine detectors and dispensers, chemical agent monitors, computers, radios, etc.. If you want the challenge of basic, go Marine or Army. I went Army National Guard and even on the technical side, I went to Ft... More
Answered By: armyboyal06 - 5/30/2009
 
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