Army Contract Length
Term of Military Police Agreement with Bundeservier?
And by meeting I mean active meeting, it's clear to me that it doesn't matter what I've signed for 8 years.
As an alternative, I received military training, which was very helpful, and the Montgomery GI will do the rest for me (I plan to go to college after graduation). Or not, I want to be a policeman. Although it may not be as extensive as it claims, recruiters lie and I don't know what will benefit them. Make sure you don't sign more than I need to.
As a former recruit and military officer, I want you to keep these few points in mind when talking to recruiters:
1. All initial responsibility for military service in any country or anything is 8 years. These are in the service of some active duty clocks, drills / spares or IRR commissions. 8 years means 8 years. Almost every job in every country is ready to fight. At some point in your 8-year engagement, you have a 99.99% chance of putting it into practice at some point.
2. Eligible and available jobs / benefits will be offered only on the day of your MEPS application. You will not be treated for what you are not entitled to, and we will not treat you magically, no matter how qualified you are.
rec. The recruiter has no control over the availability of the job, the type of job, the availability of the incentive or the type of incentive. This can change almost daily and will literally depend on when you view MEPS. As soon as the recruiter does not say this.
your. The only things in your contract are what you qualify for and what is available. Not just an old desire or an unnecessary desire.
5. Note that this is a volunteer army. You will accept whatever you do voluntarily. No one will force you to sign anything. Think hard and ask questions.
6. The recruiter is not obliged to hire you or anyone else. Your time is money. You are on a recruitment mission and you will not be able to complete it so you will work longer and longer. You don't get paid for hiring; just more jobs and professionals like careers. You are not the only person he is working with.
Keep these things in mind and you will be fine. Find a National Guard or Army Reserve that works part-time if you want to stay in school.
The MP is highly sought after by all the nine police officers on the streets. There, the military will increase the minimum post-employment preparation time so that B.C. If the employer says 5 years, that's actually 5 years. Next week could be 6 or 3 years (most likely not).
There are no additional benefits for the recruiter if he has to sign for 6 years instead of 2 years.
And that's how you know ... As a deputy you have no advantage or disadvantage in the civilian world working as a police officer, as a cook or as a helicopter mechanic.
There will be no MP training in the urban world. The Military Service offers experienced priority points and tuition fees for each job that you can use to go to school and get the certificates you need for the job.
Don't think that, as a Member of Parliament, you easily left the army and joined the police station. It doesn't work.
Sorry, I'm not a Member of Parliament, but I live up to Fort Campbell. I'm trying to be a great police officer. Even being a deputy and having only experience in the military, you are in a better position with a degree than a regular jockey. But of course MP, with MP experience, yes you will stay straight, but! Remember to stay away from military bases when applying for this police position. It's my fault, your military experience doesn't help when you're close to military posts. So mostly for the same competition, where they don't have many soldiers. In 2003, there was a small reception center at the base in Mosul. The members there will see and do something about it. I know they are patrolling the highway now and so on. I don't really know much so I won't tell you. Just follow my thoughts in the first part, I will say it is nonsense.