1.Pay clearly depends on rank.whats the pay?
what do you do?
where do you go?what do you do on the one weekend a month and two weeks a year?
is this a wise choice?
Jobs available will depend on your local base. It will depend on what they have available and whether or not they already have that spot filled. If you are really motivated by a particular job, just tell them that and also tell them you're not joining if you can't do that particular job. You'd be surprised at what they can do if they think you're serious.i have no military experience so i have no idea what jobs there are. wouldent mind rideing around in a tank,i might like that.
i saw that here in ga there is a armor group-bradleys
can i mess with them?i run heave eqipment so that seems like i might like that,plus they have BIGguns!
what all jobs are avalable?and whats the deal on a bonus?cash?money for school?like that can you explain that for me?
i want to find out as much as i can before speaking to a recruter in case i change my mind,i dont want them calling and hounding me
we took the asvab in school,i scored high and they bugged me for years :brow:
That would be my 2 cents worth also. Have you taken the ASVAB? In some ways I 'd recommend a field where you DON"t already work in (let them pay you to learn something new) also experience in some of the technical stuff electronics/communications could be very beneficial. Pulling the lanyard is fun but not a lot of demand in the civilian world