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Hi in the next 7 yrs from now,would I regret in the future for not joining the US military?

Hi I always like the military since I was 13 yrs old & I think the reason why is because you help people & you also served your country. The military they teach you how to take care of yourself & do what's right. I also do own military movies & 68 military books like British SAS,Art of War-Sun Tzu,Thermopylae,Delta Force-Col.Charlie A. Beckwith,Alexander The Great,Blackwater,American Civil War & etc. Right now I'm currently in City College as a freshmen,full-time job, & I'm my mid 20s. I have no idea of what should I do for my career job & God help me. I understand that we are in war with 2 foreign country's. Should I stay as a civilian & finish school or should I join the US military? What is your opinion? Thanks. P.S. What really bothers me is that if I join, I will be E-2 since I was in JROTC in high school for 2 yrs & I do not want to be treated bad buy my own Sgt & officers. Just because I'm young & low ranking. To Levi, Thank you for your honest advice. I think USMC will be very hard for me & I like the water. Maybe USCG??? To Starman, 1) If you refuse to fight, then don't join. 2) If you got order to send you to Iraq or Afghan & you refuse or go hiding, then your a traitor.

Asked By: Vault 34 - 10/14/2010
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Answered By: LarrySmile - 10/15/2010
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Hold on I'm going to go roll a joint... Check ya in 7 years bro!
Answered By: Bill J. Clinton - 10/14/2010
 
if your in your mid twenties you would be older then most of your NCO's. your idea of the military is very misinformed. do what you want.
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Answered By: Casey Forrest - 10/14/2010
 
Being interested in the history and strategy of war in fine and dandy, but it is no substitute for real experience. The only reason you would be treated poorly by your superiors is if you were a real sh*tbird. Most are firm but treat you fair... More
Answered By: Levi - 10/14/2010
 
No, don't join. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhkkDgZEfoQ&feature=player_embedded
Answered By: Starman - 10/14/2010
 
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