which branch of the military is the best to join?

Im thinking of joining the military but im not sure which branch i want to go in to. Which one has the most benefits? Fort the whole point of this question is that i get more info on the branches so i know which one i want to join.

Asked By: - 12/20/2010
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All pay and benefits are the same. Signing and reenlistment bonuses vary a little bit, but not really enough to worry about it. Here's the real basic differences... More
Answered By: Helper Monkey - 12/20/2010
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You want to become a grown up and join the Military but you have to ask random strangers on a website on which branch YOU should join. This is YOUR life. NOT ours. This is YOUR career. NOT ours. YOU have to make this based on what YOU want to do in the Military and what YOU want to do when YOU get out of it... More
Answered By: Fort Knox 19D Soldier - 12/20/2010
Once your in highschool you can join JROTC (Junior Recruit Officer Training Corps) in army,air force or navy. If you want to do the army JROTC then you will be able to join national guard or the army. Navy, you will be able to join the Navy or the Marines. Airforce is just airforce. The army can pay for your college... More
Answered By: Josh K - 12/20/2010
I would have to agree with Fort Knox. Only you know what is best for you and where your interest lies. As far as I'm concerned, military benefits are the same for all branches: dental, medical, education, vacation, etc. If you love being in a ship and travel around the world, go Navy. The Air Force has shorter... More
Answered By: dee - 12/20/2010
All branches have the same benefits. All of us get the same GI Bill. All of us get paid the same based on our paygrade; an E-4 in the Air Force gets paid the same as an E-4 in the Marines assuming they have the same amount of time in service. Some branches promote faster than others so that may cause you to make... More
Answered By: AD - 12/20/2010
If you want benefits you should talk to the Air Force. They have the best quality of life for their troops. They are also the hardest branch to get into.
Answered By: cailano - 12/20/2010
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