Joining the military doesn't have to be a stressful process. So why do some people have a stressful experience and some have a great experience? I believe joining the military can and should be a great experience with little or no stress.
Thinking about joining the military? Well, you probably have hundreds of questions. It never fails, you have all these questions but once you walk into the recruiter’s office you can’t seem to rem...Full Story
What is the military? In simple terms, the U.S. Armed Forces are made up of the five armed service branches: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy. There are three general categories... more.
Eligibility rules can be a little confusing. There are different rules for enlisting and for officer programs. Enlisting: Enlisted members do the hands-on work of the military. They need at lea... more.
Military personnel admittedly do not earn fabulous salaries. But then the money is not why anyone joins - if you are after money, go somewhere else! That said, military members are rewarded wit... more.
Here are a few of the questions I have received recently about basic training. Even if you aren’t over 30, read the answers carefully. I always like to say every 5 minutes of reading you do on basi... more.
Height & Weight Charts Each service has its own height and weight requirements for recruits. Follow the links below to find out each service's height and weight standards. If you need to get in b... more.
Military life is like civilian life in many ways: for the most part, you work a regular job, have to keep your life, bills, housing, car and other things in order. You will work with other people, ... more.
Thinking about joining the military? Well, you probably have hundreds of questions. It never fails, you have all these questions but once you walk into the recruiter’s office you can’t seem to rem... more.