Can somebody help me with this decision?
The two options. 1. After highschool, join the air force and become an aerial gunner. Now the only thing holding me back from this one is wondering if you can choose your aircraft. 2. Join the navy after highschool and become an aviation machinist mate I think i would really enjoy this one
Asked By: Matt - 4/18/2011
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If you want to go Air Force you do not get what job you want, the Air Force will put you in where they need you to be. You can still ask for aerial gunner, but it is not guaranteed and it will take longer for you to get to basic if you keep denying the job they give you and wait for Aerial Gunner. It is the same thing... More
Answered By: imd1_2b - 4/18/2011
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i feel like you should choose your own destiny...not other people
Answered By: sophia lynn - 4/18/2011
Go with the second option. You would not be shot at, and it will be a good paying career when you return to civilian life.
Answered By: Fahr Quad - 4/18/2011
This is a question that may be better answered by having conversations with your parents and with your career counselor at school.Deciding what to do after high school is important because this decision will affect the rest of your life. What is it that you really love doing? What is it that you can see yourself doing... More
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