What exactly is going to go down when I visit the recruiter for the first time?
Is he going to come up with my contract that same day? Will I have to sign anything? Or are we just going to talk about the military enlistment process in general, and schedule a test date to visit MEPS for the ASVAB? And is there anything I should look out for/be careful with? My appointment is next week. (It's for the Coast Guard Reserve).
Asked By: Alex - 2/24/2012
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No, you won't be signing any contract at the recruiter's office. Most likely, he'll ask you fill out other paperwork to get the enlistment process started... More
Answered By: Hayley - 2/24/2012
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You sign your contract at MEPS after you've taken the ASVAB. Your not going to be tricked into signing any commitments, you may sign some papers giving the recruiter permission to look into your criminal and medical history. Also you'll fill out a lot of questionnaires and such.
Answered By: CPR - 2/24/2012
You are never required to sign anything. If they pressure you to hurry up or whatever, walk out. It's their job to help you get what you want, not your job to make sure they get lunch break on time.
Answered By: thor - 2/24/2012
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