View Full Version : Is it worth going in to collage to get an officer in the Military ?
13th Dec 2011, 01:59 AM
Hello everone :D, Ant sure if this is going to be locked or deleted. Anyways, I was wondering if its worth it going to collage to be an Officer in the military. I also know I can go to a Academy's to be come an officer to. Just ant sure if collage would get me to an officer.
Well that's about what I want to say.
13th Dec 2011, 02:18 AM
I do not think making collages is a prerequisite for any career in the US military.
13th Dec 2011, 04:08 AM
Indeed, if you're interested in the military I'd almost recommend against collages or any sort of scrapbooking activities in general. While the modern military is a far cry from the misogynist, anti-gay hellhole that it once was, it's still very much a "tough love" sort of place in some respects. Even if your superiors don't have an official problem with your collages, it's probably not going to win you any friends in the barracks.
If you do insist upon collaging as a means of entering the military, I'd recommend four years of college to ensure you become an officer. That, at least, will ensure that the vast majority of your comrades in the service can be brought up on charges for beating you up. Seeing as this is likely a harsh reality of would-be military collage-makers, I'd say you probably need all the help you can get. Better yet, join the ROTC program in college as well and make sure you take a college degree program in something vastly useful in the military - engineering of any flavor is good, and it has the benefit of not requiring enormous amounts of grammar and spelling like some of the liberal arts degrees do. If you're unsure of your ability to effectively pass an engineering degree, then political science is always good. I don't know what it's really good for outside of the military, but quite a few military folks and veterans I know seem to have them at inflated ranks. Who knows, maybe there's some secret handshakes involved?
13th Dec 2011, 05:12 AM
Erm... I'm going to lock this before any of our other resident snarkers find it. :rolleyes:
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13th Dec 2011, 10:53 AM
Macaroni pictures are almost always required for a successful military career, though. I've heard good things about popcorn garlands and fingerpainting too.
13th Dec 2011, 08:50 PM
Pffft like anyone is going to take me seriously if you show up and comment AFTER I've already locked something... :cry:
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