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Should I join the navy or the air force or should I stay in college?

I'm 20 years old on my second year of college and I'm thinking about joining the navy or the air force to become a nurse. I'm tired of the same old routine for college and I just want to do something new with my life. Would it be better if I join the military or just stay in college? And which branch would be better suited for me?

Asked By: - 9/8/2010
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Here is the best of both worlds for you. Look into joining the Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard (ANG). I joined the USAF right out of high school and set myself up for the worst possible situation. I enlisted "Open, General" depending on the military to find me a job. I got lucky. I was originally slated to be... More
Answered By: SGT V - 9/9/2010
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If you want to be a nurse, just stay in college. Military is a lot of work, but hey its up to you.
Answered By: Drewster - 9/8/2010
 
I highly suggest getting the navy or air force to pay for your nursing school... More
Answered By: Lil Jay Chou - 9/8/2010
 
I have heard of a lot of people who got a good career started because of the topknot training they got going into the military. Either one is good Navy or Air Force. I cannot choose for you. Pray about it and ask to the Lord to direct your steps and He will. God bless you, we need more wonderful nurses.
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Answered By: Camille - 9/8/2010
 
at least obtain your associates degree before quitting college. you're half way done already, you could use that as an educational advantage, one more step ahead of the game so to speak...you can continue with getting a higher degree while in the service, if you have your associates you'll get E-3 right out of basic... More
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Answered By: gregster - 9/8/2010
 
You can't become a nurse in the military unless you have a full nursing degree. So stay in school. But go ahead and contact some MEDICAL recruiters. They may be able to help you with funding for your remaining two years in exchange for a few years of military service.
Answered By: HDH - 9/8/2010
 
Hello Laura... More
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Answered By: LarrySmile - 9/8/2010
 
check your school for an ROTC program or see if they have any agreements with any neighboring schools. you may be able stay in school on a scholarship and once you get your bachelors degree in nursing, you'll be commissioned as an officer and be a nurse in whatever branch you attended ROTC for... More
Answered By: Habib89 - 9/12/2010
 
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