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Old 05-09-2007, 04:02 PM   #21
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AF has the most money! Not for your pay but for facilities.

If you like the water, you can look into the Coast Guard too. I'll have 14 years in September and I love it. Let me know if I can be of any assistance.
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I've narrowed my choices down to either the Navy or the AF.
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Old 05-09-2007, 10:28 PM   #23
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Air Force or Army.
AF typically has better bases.
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Old 05-09-2007, 11:53 PM   #24
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I know a few navy guys that joined the Coast Guard, but nobody that has gone the opposite way.

No matter what you have an opportunity to do some great things in the service. You will get out of it what you put into it.
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My best friend's brother is in the Navy. He just finished his basics in March. He loves it more than anything else he's ever done. I definitely support it!
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Doood...if anything...GO AIR FORCE!!!
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i was in the army for 3+ years, it was fun.. but i'm alittle on the crazy side..

i got a bro in law in the navy, he hates it and from the way he explains it i think everyone hates it.

i got 3 friends in the airforce, they say its just like a regular job.
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one comment that always stuck with me with the navy...

"Don't drink, don't smoke? You will..."

I can probably get my brother to give ya a rundown on his experience in the Navy.
as far as I know, Navy boot is in the Great Lakes (referred to as the Great Mistake).
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I've narrowed my choices down to either the Navy or the AF.
Nothing worng with the AF, you will be treated and paid the best, and trained with a good skill that will benefit you atfer you come back into the civilian world if you stick with it. But may I ask what made you choose those two, and what are you looking at having as your MOS?
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It just feels like the AF and the Navy offer better career opportunites. I don't know man, it's a hard choice and I won't be making my decicion for awhile probably.
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