I was under the impression that the military made sure that their enlisted ...off of his back, then you might want to go back to the recruiter and explain the situation to him and see what the official...
4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 29/04/2010
Plenty of room up in Canada for people like you.
4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 25/08/2009
Join the military at 17, you'll be freed from her and best.... Ignore bonuses and don't let the recruiter sell you on stuff you really don't care about. Good luck!
7 Answers · Family & Relationships · 17/03/2008
You could always consider the military. They provide meals, lodging, a job, training. Before you reject it out of hand, talk to a recruiter, see what they offer. They can do aptitude testing, see what your...
1 Answers · Family & Relationships · 26/07/2012
...officer. Remember, any promise you don't get in writing from the recruiter is worthless. Alternate plan is to enlist in the military as soon as you have graduated high school and turned 18. I recommend...
7 Answers · Family & Relationships · 07/09/2013
...action the Air Force in my opinion. I've dated military before, and it seems like the Marines and Army soldiers...
2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 27/10/2010
If you think your are mature enough to join the military, then you should be mature enough to be honest with your parents and let them know you would like to get information on joining.
4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 07/12/2009