Deciding to join a particular branch of the military can be difficult. Sure you might
have a general idea of what you want to do, but have you seen what all the ...
This article is meant to serve as a starting point for those who have already
decided that they want to join the military but want to compare what each branch
Facts about the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, including the Army, Marine
Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast ... Compare Branches of the U.S. Military.
Nov 3, 2002 ... Military. Branch Comparison. Branch Comparison. Army. Navy ... 212 MOS's (
military occupational specialties) with 85,000 job openings a year.
There are five military branches
: The Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. For operational matters (such as war or conflict), the JCS by-passes the individual service secretaries and report directly to the Secretary of Defense, and the President.
The ... More »
Understand the differences between the five branches of the military so you can
make the best decision when you decide to serve.
Here is something that is very interesting. Comparison of U.S. Military Branches
I'm often asked "which military branch is best, " or "which military branch would I
recommend?" I can no more answer that than I could tell you what high school ...
Information on joining the Military, from learning about service branches to
enlisting in the Military, becoming a military officer, taking the ASVAB and
Dec 3, 2011 ... Who receives the most toughest and well rounded Basic Military Training? ...
Now I'm not talking about a fight, I'm talking about a comparison.