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If you were made to join the army which core or division would you join
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look in to them before you post

ill go whit the sniper core ( British army )

edit for got to add am not after pety comets i don't want kill if y don't wont to join the cooking core i said look in to it before comment
at the end day i just want no what core you join if you were made to
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US Navy or US Airforce. I've met some really good people there and they don't seem to be as brash as the Marines or the Army.
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the marines do seem little to faced xd
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Yeah, my grandad probably wasn't the best guy, but he was a good Marine.
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US Navy or US air force -- there are more divisions there where I wouldn't be forced to kill people.

Not judging people who do but I just would never want to ..... unless a zombie apocalypse happens ... even then, are those really people?
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So the US has a non-combatant aspect to their military, that I didn't know. Here everyone from the riflemen to the accountants and priests are trained to the same standard, and are expected to be a soldier first and their specific profession second. Obviously, they don't get much work on the combat front, but it sure is reassuring to know that even the cooks can go from kitchen knife to combat knife if need be.

I applied for the Army last month, but they rejected my application at the last stage based on the grounds that I was 'psychologically unfit for service' .My main occupation choice was the be an MP (RACMP (Royal Australian Corps of Military Police), second option was for the role of 'Artillery Observer' (Royal Australian Artillery) which is basically the guy who tells the artillery were the target is so that they can blow it up.
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Any division where they would turn me into an awesome and virtually invincible super soldier with super human intelligence and strength.
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Spectre77 wrote:

So the US has a non-combatant aspect to their military, that I didn't know. Here everyone from the riflemen to the accountants and priests are trained to the same standard, and are expected to be a soldier first and their specific profession second. Obviously, they don't get much work on the combat front, but it sure is reassuring to know that even the cooks can go from kitchen knife to combat knife if need be.

I applied for the Army last month, but they rejected my application at the last stage based on the grounds that I was 'psychologically unfit for service' .My main occupation choice was the be an MP (RACMP (Royal Australian Corps of Military Police), second option was for the role of 'Artillery Observer' (Royal Australian Artillery) which is basically the guy who tells the artillery were the target is so that they can blow it up.


No everyone gets trained to kill people but you can have a job on a carrier jet sending off plains and never actually kill anyone. I wouldn't join the military but if I did I'd rather not drop bombs or shoot people.

Like I said not judging people who do but I would never want to.
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Spectre77 wrote:

So the US has a non-combatant aspect to their military, that I didn't know. Here everyone from the riflemen to the accountants and priests are trained to the same standard, and are expected to be a soldier first and their specific profession second. Obviously, they don't get much work on the combat front, but it sure is reassuring to know that even the cooks can go from kitchen knife to combat knife if need be.

I applied for the Army last month, but they rejected my application at the last stage based on the grounds that I was 'psychologically unfit for service' .My main occupation choice was the be an MP (RACMP (Royal Australian Corps of Military Police), second option was for the role of 'Artillery Observer' (Royal Australian Artillery) which is basically the guy who tells the artillery were the target is so that they can blow it up.


No everyone gets trained to kill people but you can have a job on a carrier jet sending off plains and never actually kill anyone. I wouldn't join the military but if I did I'd rather not drop bombs or shoot people.

Like I said not judging people who do but I would never want to.


errr join to cooking core get good job out that may end up becoming professionally sheaf out of it
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I tried to be an army officer but I didn't like it...I'm in the navy part time now. But if I'd join again maybe I'd try airforce
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The U. S. Army Core of Engineers. My favorite architect Bruce Goff was part of that division. Their non-combat and you learn skills that can really translate to civilian life.
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Air Force/Fighter Pilot or Marine/Sniper
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A couple things: It's Corps, not core, the US Military has 10 active divisions and what division you go to only slightly affects what you will actually do, ie. going to the 82nd Airborne means you will jump out of planes at some point, being in the 10th Mountain means you will go to mountain or arctic warfare training, 2nd ID means you will end up on Strykers. Your job in the military is based on your MOS (Military Occupational Specialty). If you want to differentiate between Army, Navy, Air force and Marines, you are looking at branches of service or departments. The Marines are actually part of the Navy, so they are known as the Marine Corps under the Department of the Navy.
Certain jobs are actually not an MOS, such as being a sniper, it's considered an additional specialty and generally only open to certain MOS, like infantry (11B) and scouts (19K).
There are actually more non-combat MOSs out there than combat MOSs, but that doesn't mean you won't be in a situation where you might end up fighting, it just means that it's less likely.
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Any group who wear pickelhaubes.
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Marines.
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