What is better, and what possibilities does each have outside the military?
I speak Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. I graduated from U.C Berkley with an international business degree and graduated highschool in I.B. (All A.P classes) I have done martial arts for 15 years, am a certified diver, and am in fairly good shape. I would like to become either a Navy EOD or an AIRR what is better and what has more possibilities in civilian job use if I want to work in Law Enforcement?
Asked By: - 4/4/2011
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Whatever you mentioned are pretty much irrelevant to the military, except for your degree (getting a commission or enlist). BTW, there are NSO Officers (Naval Special Operations) aka EOD Officers, but there is no AIRR Officer (only for enlisted). But getting a commision in the Navy with a business degree will be... More
Answered By: NavyCrab - 4/4/2011
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If you're half of what you say you are, you want 18 series in the Army.
Answered By: r3dHatter - 4/4/2011
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