Marines, that's if your dedicated enough, your not on a contract (but you do have to sign stuff) and you won't be able to ask to retire until your at least 20+ and have been deployed. and a big thing!!! never ever say it's for your degree act like your not using them to get it i heard bad things about people saying they are joining for their degree.
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There's . National guard , coast guard , navy , army , marines and Air Force . Each branches pay may vary . I suggest going to college before joining any branch for better pay and obviously for a bit more safety . I am going to go to college for four years join the army as a specialist become a medic do my time and then get out and become a nurse . Make sure to see a recruiter first it's going to be a gut check . It was for me , but I still want to join. Just make sure your 100% sure because once you sign that dotted line your uncle SAMs property .
The navy is probably the easiest as far as basic training. If u love to travel or if you're interested in seeing countries & places you never thought you'd see then the navy is the way to go. The marines is definitely not the way to go, it's like basic training everyday even after you've long left basic. Don't kno much bout army & Air Force. If you wanna go into military & have an awesome time & see the world, go to the navy