On Tue Jan 24, 01:25 CttUvYAMDyEiUzNJJ [anonymous user] wrote:
This introduces a pleiasngly rational point of view.
On Mon May 21, 09:53 jKUkmsYtYeoAQ [anonymous user] wrote:
Yes, you will receive csslaroom training on the MOS you make it in to. And the next three and a half years are the experience in that job. Another benefit will be you can take part in the GI Bill, which will pretty much pay for college when your service is up. So the experience while you were in the Corps, and the college degree to appease those doing the hiring after your service is a pretty powerful combination.**Edit** You would get the same csslaroom training as a reservist, but the hands on experience would not be as involved. Instead of doing the same job for the next three and a half years, you would only take part in your job one weekend a month and 2 weeks a year as a reservist. The rest of the time you would be at home, doing whatever your full time job would be.
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