Navy, Air Force, or Coast Guard? Need Answers ASAP!?
I have many conflicting thoughts and just cannot decide. On one hand, I don't want to got o Iraq, but I honestly don't care that much... it's a risk I am willing to take. I want to join the reserves FOR SURE. So I can't decide between the Air Force, navy, or Coast guard.
CG so far hasn't offered me a job I want. I scored a 61 on my ASVABS and the best the can offer me now is Boastman Mate.
The Navy recruiter is offering me Intelligience... which I use to think I want to do. I don't know if I want to do it anymore... and I don't know why. I am leery about it ebcause I don't want to be on a boat if I get called to Active Duty.
The Air Force, from what I hear, is treated better. I love to travel, and it doesn't see much different from the Navy. The position I'm being offered is Aircrew Life Support... but if I decided to go with the Air Force I would wait for another job.
Basically, I need help deciding between the branches. Which is best, pros and cons, I would like detailed thoughts
I want to go with what would be best for me if I decide to enlist as a officer (hopefully) after I achieve four years of college in my degree (right now, International Relations.)
So, what branch would be best? What offeres better civilian careers training, or plain, what branch is the best?
I have heard that the Navy IS (Intelligience Specialist) reserves just go once a month and study how to do it, and it's very boring. Makes sense to have to study for it though.
I feel like the Air Force is better for me, btu I just do not know what to do.
I don't know what I would be thinking, btu the Navy guy is pressuring me to join and the Air FOrce guy isn't, he is really relaxed... but I am just feeling alot of pressure from the Navy, and I can't tell if that's scaring me off or I just think Air Force is best for me.
And, finally, if I choose a branch (right now leaning towards Air Force, but no definate yes or not) should I WAIT until I get a job they can guarantee me that I would enjoy. I don't know how much I would enjoy Air Crew Life Support... should I wait for an opening I would enjoy? My recruiter says it's just 6 years, and once a month, and when I join active duty I can get cross training into another field. how likely is that? I would hope I join active as an officer...
Basically, I really don't even know if I WANT to pursue Intelligience anymore... well I think I would if it were the Air Force, but the Navy's Intelligience isn't that appealing to me. Really I don't know.