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How to get into a branch of the army?

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Patrick’s Answer

Good Morning,

Joinng the Milatary has many options. I see that you would like the Army and the Army Dorp of Engineers is a great choice. They focus in Civil Engeneers and Mechanical. you amy alos want to look at the Navy as they have many options for these type of educations and carrer paths as well. Here is teh direct way to review what you will need to join the Army https://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/about-army-stem/engineering-jobs.html?iom=AFTU-20-980-OND-LTD_N_PSEA_71700000074440646_700000002116011_43700058196604564_58700006442224890_%2Bmilitary+%2Bengineering&gclid=Cj0KCQiAhZT9BRDmARIsAN2E-J0lIYv0_rGaB_cdbvnlND4QT-O7098IjQwg-Ha7cel_UlxAJTjHFSkaAhMFEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

Navy https://www.navy.com/careers/civil-engineering

I have a Son inthe Navy now and I also have antoher in Civil Engineering as well GREAT Career choice for your future
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Gerry J.’s Answer

What branch of the Army interests you? Do you wish to be an officer or do you wish to enlist? If you are interested in becoming an officer, I would highly recommend that you enroll in ROTC. Working hard in this program will open doors for you and most likely you will find that you will have your choice of branches if your grades and your performance as a CADET are well above average. If you are working toward an engineering degree such as civil engineering, then the Corps of Engineers is an excellent choice.

I was an ROTC scholarship recipient and served 4 years of active service and 24 years of reserve service. I would not trade my experience and career for anything. It was an honor to be a part of our Army.

Gerry J. Dail, PE
MCB Engineering Consulting, LLC
LTC, USA
Retired
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Sheila’s Answer

Hello Isaiah:

Thank you for your question. The unparalleled skills and hands-on training you gain in U.S. Army engineering careers can't be matched anywhere else. In fact, the Army Corps of Engineers is the world's largest public engineering, design and construction management agency. Here are a "few" links to assist you in your research and to take a look at other branches as well. Best of luck to you!

~ Sheila

Sheila recommends the following next steps:

Military Service Branches • • (https://www.todaysmilitary.com/ways-to-serve/service-branches)
Army STEM • • (https://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/about-army-stem/engineering-jobs.html)
Navy Civil Engineering Career • • (https://www.navy.com/careers/civil-engineering)
Marines Combat Engineer • • (https://www.thebalancecareers.com/marine-corps-enlisted-job-descriptions-3345386)
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