What kind of job involves working with the military without being in the military?
More specifically working with weapons. I enjoy guns very much, but I have no desire to join the military. I love the operation of weapons and the science behind them. Helping to develop and employ weapons for combat would be awesome to me. Also, what kind of degree would help peruse a career in that field. I'm currently working on a BA in psychology. I just love the mechanics and usage of military style weapons. If I had to name a specific type of weapon I would say small arms and large caliber rifles.
Asked By: Eric - 2/7/2013
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If you love the mechanics and science behind weaponry, why aren't you going for a BA in Mechanical Engineering instead of Psych? You'd stand a lot better getting a job anywhere than some kind of head-Doc.
Answered By: Ksteven - 2/7/2013
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You can work at a gun manufacturer. Or Defense contractor.
Answered By: Snake Bait - 2/7/2013
Idk about weapons but you can fix apaches and other aircraft. the company is ACE I think it's called. Pays well, you get to travel to Hawaii on occasions for 'work' and Alaska. It's pretty cool.
Answered By: Michael - 2/7/2013
Answered By: jimulik - 2/7/2013
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