Can Dropouts Join The Military
Can early graduates join the army or other military forces?
Grant King, am I hungry? Well, if you didn't know, soldiers have a lot of other jobs besides infantry.
MC Coach Shaista is just an 8 letter word so to speak in the western world, but I am going through a lot of successes and memories and I intend to get my GED and prepare you in any uncertain terms. Leave no good reason to do so and I'm sorry
Ted Ex, I'm more mature now, and I don't see high school as a serious time or an advantage in it, but from now on I look at the military because I really care about them. I'm more excited than anything, this is their most basic effort.
You can, but you'll need a GED at 100 levels or more and at least 15 college credits to qualify for admission.
You must have a diploma or GED (consisting of 15 college credits) to apply in any country. No one else deserves it from the military.
Technically ... if you don't have at least one GED then your education is very low. There's really no good reason why you shouldn't get a high school diploma. Monkeys can do that.
Army recruits are only trying to talk to the Marine Corps so they can get their numbers. You can also make the Marine Corps your profession if you wish. Although your standards are higher and your opposition is much higher as you advance. At Boot Camp, you technically pay for uniforms, but receive a temporary subsidy for the unit. So it is different from taking it out of your salary. You will have a greater share in the Marine Corps because less equipment is available to spend time with. The infantry, mostly in 6-month deployments, has seen a 6-month lot reduction. So it really goes down, if you join the army, you will work for 18 months at a time. About the infantry, as the name implies, the Marine Corps is an international superior and every Marine is the first and most important gunner. If that were the case, it would not be possible.