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  1. Speak to a teacher, for him. They should help. Try checking into college and see. good luck

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 25/07/2009

  2. ...) will need a dependent's identification card from the military to get the benefits coverage. Your husband might... person to ask about this and I'd ask the recruiter, too. Because I have no idea about what "...

    1 Answers · Family & Relationships · 08/08/2012

  3. Well, sadly, since he is over 18 they may say you have to wait the 24 hours to file a missing persons report. Which will be coming up soon but isn't here yet. But yes, it sounds like you know your brother well and he is pretty dependable...

    8 Answers · Family & Relationships · 15/06/2011

  4. I am Canadian ; so Hi Ok about you ; 2 things caught my attention right away . You are very intelligent ; but right now you are depress ; so get some help for your depression ; because being away so far from your...

    7 Answers · Family & Relationships · 15/09/2008

  5. ...re sure that this is what you want, then go to the recruiter, sign up, (It takes a while - it's not...proud of me when I'm done." Military life isn't glamorous, fun, or interesting. ...

    6 Answers · Family & Relationships · 06/09/2010

  6. The military would be great, but at 16-you can't get in. you would prob be able to go ahead...might let you do college first, then enlist. you really should discuss it with a recruiter for whichever branch you are considering.

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 17/11/2011

  7. ...conversation and keep it going and slowly push the part about you joining the military and go from there. There will never not be crying trust me i...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 22/03/2013

  8. Don't join through a recruiter, death merchants shouldn't receive bonus's for such...).. I don't approve of you joining the military, but it's your life on the line also you're 18...

    2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 25/12/2011

  9. it's gonna be all in how you frame it. first, you have to let them know that whether they like it or not, it's their parenting that has given you that respect for the Army. second, you have to show them that this will benefit you somehow. don't just...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 19/07/2012

  10. ...like that :-) That said, perhaps make an appointment to just speak to a recruiter, if you are even considering the military. You can get some more information and perhaps appease your father for a little...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 30/07/2012

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