Which military branch should I join?
I'm a 16 year old boy and I live in Montana and I want to join the military. I would like to do something that involves medicine. I've looked at some careers and for the Air Force I would either be a Emergency Medicine Specialist or an Occupational Therapist. For the Army I would do ROTC and become a physical therapist. For the Navy I would become a Hospital Corpsman or a Physical Therapist. So those are the careers I would choose but what would be good for where I live or what do you think.
Asked By: - 5/14/2012
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I always tell people to pick a job, then choose a branch. There's no reason to be an Air Force X when Army X's are way better simply because you decided on a specific branch first... More
Answered By: Astraeus - 5/14/2012
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the one on the tree, near the squirrel hole and bird nest. right in the middle
Answered By: James - 5/14/2012
Army - most schools
Answered By: Dave M - 5/14/2012
Go Navy, HM (Hospital Corpsman)
Answered By: morena - 5/14/2012
Just because im enlisting in the Marines, i would say navy corpsman, but for opportunities sake i would go army if i were you for the most schools
Answered By: Adam - 5/14/2012
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