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Nina Said:How many press-ups and pull ups are you expected to do in the army selection centre?
We Answered:as many as you can there is not point on focssing on the bare minimum
Renee Said:What happens at Army Careers Office?
We Answered:They'll talk through what you want to do, and any other options available for you. If they find your suitable you will get called back for an interview, later you will be put through fitness and medical tests etc, another interview and then the reading if your oath, however all these stages do rake a few months
Angel Said:Im thinking about going from the Marines to the Army?
We Answered:I think people forget that all branches are fighting for the same country. Different branches are for different people and if you feel like you would be better off in the Army, then switch to Army.
Yes, the Army offers more jobs and more opportunities than the Marines.
You arent always going to be able to do just your job, but you have a better chance of it in the Army. If you are a combat medic, youre not going to be toting around a gun on a combat patrol (on foot anyway, you'll be in a truck...thats where ours were)
Combat Medics get assigned to all different units (infantry, cav, military police, FA, etc) but you actually get to do your job.
to the guy saying that the marines have fewer people because its harder....negative....the marines have fewer people because they only allow enlistees to be up to 27 years old. you could at least go through boot camp before running your mouth. get over yourself and realize that all branches are for the same country, and no branch is better than another.
To the people saying that marines are first in and last out.... maybe you should read up on your history.... including OIF. 3rd Infantry Division (Army) and the Airborne troops were the 1st into Iraq.... secured the route...and then the Marines came in. Hence why we have that nifty little spearhead on our awards.
Dennis Said:British army career offices?
We Answered:The best answer is this, ask your self "Do I really want to be in the forces"? if you do "What do I want to do or be"?
In reality the services is an excellent choice, the training is good, if you get an apprenticeship like I did you will do it in half the time. However the army is like any employer, in that when you walk through the door, the army at that point may be short of infantry soldiers and may try, I say may, to get you to join the infantry. See what I mean.
But don't forget, joining the army is a career/job not to be taken lightly if you want to get on. You will probably, in today's climate, be expected to got to war, pick up a gun and you may have to shoot and kill someone, also that person will be wanting to kill you. That is the core business of the army, fighting. However don't be put off by that. The trades the army offers is excellent, everything from engineering, IT, building, clerical, medical, catering supply and logistics, the list is endless and within those trades there are specialist roles. For example if you become a signaller in the Royal Signals, you could apply to join the commandos or the para's as they need specialists to go into combat/theatre with the infantry. It's a brilliant life so don't be put off by the doo gooders, the pacifist out there. After all if our forces didn't't fight and win wars we could be a communist state or still under teh rule of the third reich,,,,,see where I am coming from?
So walk into the recruiting office with your plans, your ideas and don't be put off, you decide, the advice you will get will be good.
Dwayne Said:U.S. Army Officer IT Careers?
We Answered:to be in computers and technical equipemnt you would be a Signal Officer, although the field is much broader than just IT. Most officers don't specialize,,,meaning a Signal officer can be expected to know about IT as well as radios, telephones,,,etc....but not directly work on them.
Intel guys don't "spy" but they do analysis work. Some of the stuff is kind of like spying but you would be better off by going to army.com to lean more.