6 edition of Guide to joining the military found in the catalog.
|Statement||Scott A. Ostrow.|
|LC Classifications||UB147 .O68 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2004268940|
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I bought this book because I was curious, not because I was interested in joining the military. Nevertheless, I am married to a Soldier and a daughter of an Air Force officer, so I'm familiar with the lifestyle.
I found Ostrow's guide to Joining the Military to be very informative and interesting/5(5). Guide to Joining the Military, 2nd ed Subsequent Edition by Scott A.
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The goal of the McFarland Joining the Military book series is to help young people who might be curious about serving in the military decide whether military service is right for them, which branch is the best fit, and whether they are qualified for and prepared for military service/5(4).
The goal of the McFarland Joining the Military book series is to help young people who might be curious about serving in the military decide whether military service is right for them, which branch is the best fit, and whether they are qualified for and prepared for military service/5(6).
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The goal of the McFarland Joining the Military book series is to help young people who might be curious about serving in the military decide if military service is right for them, which branch is the best fit, and if they are qualified for and prepared for military : Snow Wildsmith.
Get this from a library. Guide to joining the military. [Scott A Ostrow] -- The inside scoop on: whether or not to enlist; physical and admission exams; basic training; interviewing with a recruiter. You don’t have to join as an officer to become one though. You can join as an enlisted member and attend officer training later on.
Requirements for Joining the Military. The U.S. military has five branches of service: the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Marine Corps.
The requirements to join are similar for all five. As a military insider, Maj. Ostrow of the United States Air Force Recruiting Center has access to behind-the-scenes information about joining the military.
In this candid, tell-it-like-it-is book, he outlines the enlistment process from beginning to end, effectively eliminating confusion and misconceptions about what military life is really like. Guide to joining the military. [Scott A Ostrow] -- Provides details on opportunities available within each military branch; details on the physical exam and background.
Age limits vary based on active-duty, prior service, or reserve. In addition, year old applicants require parental consent. Interested in Joining the Military. When it comes to learning about how to join the Military, knowing where to start may seem like a difficult task, but it doesn’t have to be.
Start your research here, with some of the essential first steps to considering service, including eligibility requirements, testing, boot camp and officer training.
Military-specific resources for starting a business. As you can see, starting a business as a member of the military is not much different than starting a business as a civilian.
You have a few additional resources and considerations to make, but otherwise the process is basically the same.2/5(3). The “For Dummies” guide to the ASVAB is a great place to start if you are starting from square one. Like the other books in the series, this book assumes you know nothing about any of the topics covered, which is helpful if you haven’t worked with, say, assembling items before, or perhaps anything other than basic math.
Military recruiters often visit high schools, as younger men and women are most susceptible to the attractions of military service. High school graduates must pass the Armed Forces Qualification Test before joining. Recruiters will detail the financial bonuses the army has to offer.
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You can always read up on how to improve your ASVAB that's one of the best things you can do. other than that, I recommend you pick up a book called: "My War" by Spc Buzznell (think I got the name right) anyway.
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Army Basic Training: Be Smart, Be Ready. If you are considering the military, this book is helpful. In addition to reviewing the information that is available to you in the Army handbook (available free from the Army on the web), Raquel D.
Thiebes tries to give you a feel for what to expect emotionally from all the drilling, the classes, and your team and drill sergeants. The other hurdle (for many) prior service is the re-enlistment eligibility code (RE Code) that the service placed on their DD Form (Record of Discharge) at the time of their separation.
In general, if the RE Code is "1," there are no bars to enlistment. If the RE Code is "2" for the Air Force, that person is ineligible to re-enlist in the Air Force, but might be allowed to enlist in Author: Rod Powers. The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test, which is given at o schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) nationwide.
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This book is designed to guide you as you figure. The truth is, looking back, there’s not a lot of leadership like this book illustrates anywhere in the world. While it’s in greater abundance in the military, this book gives a good idea some of the principles you should start developing if you’re interested in pursuing leadership roles while you’re in.
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But that decision can be difficult to make without the support of family and friends. This section is designed to help you understand the benefits of military service, and what you can expect for the future. The next step for eligible recruits who want to find out more is to sit down with a recruiter.
Recruiters are the most qualified people to help you find out if the Army is right for you. Your local recruiter will conduct a prescreening to see if you qualify for enlistment.
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Joining the military is an incredibly personal decision. If you’re considering joining the military, you’ve probably already had several conversations. You’ve likely consulted with family, friends, recruiters, teachers, clergy, or any number of people in your life. Throughout its history, the US Military had an inconsistent policy when it came to gay people in the military.
Prior to World War II, there was no written policy barring homosexuals from serving, although sodomy was considered a crime by military law (UCMJ) ever since Revolutionary War times.
During World War II, the Korean War, and the Author: Rod Powers. Discover what it takes to join the Military and learn how a career of service can lead to a fulfilling life. In addition to camaraderie and meaningful work, the Military offers access to affordable health care, paid vacation, retirement plans and other benefits that often surpass those offered by civilian employers.
The training programs are scientifically and psychologically designed to disassemble the "civilian" and build from scratch a proud, physically fit, and dedicated member of the military.
Results of Boot Camp. You'll find that boot camp gets just a little bit easier each day. You may also find in the future that your military service was a major Author: Rod Powers.
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Part 2— Meeting the Recruiter: Be prepared for your meeting with the recruiter. Part 3— The Enlistment Process and Job Selection: Know about the tests you will take and the qualifications needed for various military Author: Rod Powers.