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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyb View Post
    Nobody goes into the military from scratch and gets an officer designation, your going to do what everyone else does at first and in that time frame should you be needed elsewhere, overseas, your it or not. Now, given the current military problems, why on earth would you want to risk your life for political whims as CNH suggests ? To be a mechanic in the end ? Dude, doesn't make sense. Listen to your wife, re-think this decision......and for God's sake, don't swallow everything a recruiter tells you.
    A Bachelor's degree in basket weaving is enough to punch a ticket for OCS in any branch of service, but that said, OCS is no cakewalk, and depending upon the branch of service, the drop rate can be as high as 35%.

    As wishy-washy as PC appears to be, he would be washed out before he got his first buzz-cut.
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    Oh, be nice John. The dude is just confused on his path is all. We all were there at his age, no ? At least we could say we all had some sort of misguided idea's.

    I can use myself as an example. At the age of 25 I was looking for a change. Was married, 2 small kids at home, so wanted to get into movies. Went to school to be trained as a stuntman, even made it into a movie or 2, but the time needed to bang on doors for work didn't coincide with a steady paycheck. Which a young married guy needs. Stupid idea huh ?

    That's how we learn, from life experiences. If the OP wants to join the military, have at it, just be well informed of what your getting into and the added stress that places on a marriage.

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