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What branch would be better?

So I want to join the Navy, Army or Airforce. I eventually want to be a doctor and I need to pay for college. Now the only Jobs I am interested in are the following Navy- HM (I dont really care what NEC They put me in) LS CTI Army- 68D 68Q 68P 68V 68K 68W Airforce- Surgical Services Lab Tech Diagnostic Imaging Pharmacy Tech public health physical Medicine Now I come from a Navy Family (Mom, Dad, Brother, sister, both uncles, and all my cousins are either Corpsmen or Logistics Specialists) I would go Navy but when I talked to my boss (I work as an assistant at a medical office, my boss was a 68D before I went to medical school) said that the Army was better. I dont know which one to go, Army, Navy or AF?

Asked By: - 12/9/2011
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HB is correct on all counts. If you look up where all branches conduct their medical training now, you will find that they are all taught by the US Army, at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. Everyone gets the same training as similar jobs in other branches now. The only difference is at the end of said training, each... More
Answered By: wraeth - 12/9/2011
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The training, job, work and experience in any medical job (job for job) in any branch will not be appreciably different... More
Answered By: Honey Badger - 12/9/2011
 
Those branches are very different. Do you want to serve on ship or at an air base? If so, go Navy or Air Force. Medical is one area where the Army does have good training. You will get good training in any branch. Redleg (Honey Badger) always gives biased answers.
Answered By: Crazy Horse - 12/9/2011
 
HM i know the navy has a medical commisioning program that puts you through PA school or even medical school. its hard to qualify for those programs but are well worth it in the end.
Answered By: Douglas - 12/9/2011
 
@ Wraeth and Honey Badger, Actually, the only thing that the Army teaches the Navy is remidial classes in our C school (sub specialty schools... More
Answered By: Over and Over Again - 12/9/2011
 
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