Most Mentally Demanding officer job in the military?

I don't exactly mean mentally demanding as in mentally "draining", as in working 16 hours non-stop, I mean the job that is considered to have the need for more "brains" than most jobs. Is chemical hard?

Asked By: Tikon - 10/30/2009
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Hmmm, we called our new chemos "interns" and they worked on the battalion staff as Power Point gurus till they could take over a Chemical company somewhere as a captain lol. The job pays off for both enlisted and officer especially if you get courses like "Techincal Escort" and you work in a unit that is high speed... More
Answered By: Shock and Awe - 10/30/2009
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Probably being an astronaut or an f-22 pilot.
Answered By: RiskyBiz - 10/30/2009
No, chemical is easy, go for that, if you haven't already. Sounds like you know your stuff.
Answered By: DonB - 10/30/2009
Linguist/Interrogator. You need to not only speak the language, but be able to think in it and use psychological techniques to get intelligence in a timely manner. I know a few EPW interrogators, and tend to play chess at Master levels and do orbital mechanics for fun.
Answered By: Doug B - 10/30/2009
The military is a team effort no matter what branch you are serving in and you will find out if you are ever in the military that the answer to your question is the job you have at that time.Makes no matter where you are,you have to be successful in your task because other people are depending on you and they cannot do... More
Answered By: Anthony - 10/30/2009
Navy nuclear power program (SWO or sub)
Answered By: Tyler - 10/30/2009
"(see Eisenhower, MacArthur, Patton, Washington, Grant, Marshall)" Four out of the five above were Infantry Officers. Just saying.
Answered By: tjbutler45 - 10/30/2009
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