I am thinking of joining the Army or Air Force after High school?
I am a female, and I would like some female experiences and advice. Can anybody tell me anything, or be willing to give me their email, so I can ask questions and learn about boot camp and the years of service afterwards? I don't necessarily want to talk to recruiters yet, because I hear they may not always tell the truth. Thanks!
Asked By: Ariana1567 - 1/9/2013
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I'm a female in the Army, been in 6 years. If you click on my name/picture, there's a email link... More
Answered By: Living the Dream - 1/9/2013
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The Air Force is less military than the Army and has better bases and facilities.
Answered By: Michael - 1/9/2013
Can't give you much, but i will say Air Force deployments are typically much shorter but the Army does promote faster (which usually means more $$$). Air Force has a 65% re-enlistment rate while army has the lowest at 40%. It's good that you are asking around, I'm looking into the military for after college and it's... More
Answered By: icee2073 - 1/9/2013
The Air Force has the most members with college degrees than any other branch... More
Answered By: Melissa - 1/9/2013
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