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irishknight1973 irishknight1973 36-40, M 8 Answers Nov 8, 2012 in EP

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Way to go. It's an oasis in bad economic times. Take advantage of the GI Bill and get your education on Uncle Sam.

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I think the military can be a good fit for some people. My cousin joined the Marines and volunteered for two tours of duty in Iraq. I always thought he was kind of a wimp but the Marines definitely made a man out of him. <br />
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It's not for everybody but if it's what he wants then good for him.

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Congratulations to him... I did more than 10 years in the CG... My opinion is that you get out of it what you put into it...

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It is a good way to get a start, through your adult live. There are many educational benefits, both academic, and technical/trades. It will make a good career, if he likes it.<br />
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My military technical training has supported me well, through out my life. I have drawn a total of 5 unemployment checks, in my entire life. All of my employment has been above average pay, for my skills. He will have veterans benefits after seperation (medical, and home loan guarantees). I expect obummer to roll the medical into obummercare.<br />
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I am now retired, and would do the same over again, if starting from that age.

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It's good, as long as he realizes he might be signing up for a four year stretch as a janitor. Recruiters usually don't mention that part.

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If he has good scores on his AQE tests, his options are much better than that.

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Agreed, but you never know. He belongs to them.

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myself i think the military is great you can make it your career but i also find if you didnt drink when you joined you will before your time is up

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I tried the Army but have foot problems dangit.

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