Have any of you been been based at Langley or Wright-Patterson? How are the two?
This should tell you alot right there. Really.Well we have been talking about hitching the knot since we have been dating for a while, thats why i said "come along for the ride" From what I remember my local Air Force recruiter didnt care in contacting me after I did show interest and wanted to sign, but couldnt due to the conditions above with my knee. The Navy recruiter really showed some class and told me no matter what branch I chose, he'd be happy. The Army and Marine recruiters were really pushy and even came to my house unannounced after i worked a 12 hr shift a night all week at work. I love the Air Force since my dad was in it for like 30 years. I still need to tie up some loose ends around here before I make the decision. I mean hell, if i cant into lab work i wouldnt mind tinkering on jet engines.
Pretty Good deal, for the Navy, your degree has to be technical, meaning something that we can use, hot jobs right now, Engineering and Medical Corps. Look into it.On the topic of the Air Force.... I was thinking I may join in the future through college ROTC, good idea??? I'd like some feedback if possible
It's Navy, Air Force, or Marines for me.... lol