Depending on the qualification that are allotted for your particular case
Answered - SGT E-5 (Former Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA
You get hired instantly. It ends when you let it.
Answered - Satellite Comms Systems Operator/Maintainer (Current Employee) - NC
About 3 weeks and alot because you need to tell the true
Answered - Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) - Harrisburg, PA
It usually takes a few weeks to get enlisted, due to paperwork and information processing. To start the process talk to your local recruiter, he will file the paperwork, then you will go to your closest Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), if you pass MEPS, you will be sworn in as a Soldier and you will attend Recruit Sustainment Drills until you ship out to your basic training station.
Answered - Infantryman (Current Employee) - Hope, AR 71801
It just depends on what you are wanting to do in the military
Answered - Military (Former Employee) - South Carolina
Answered - Fuel Supply Specialist (Current Employee) - Saint Petersburg, FL
You must contact a recruiter, get medically cleared and obtain a security clearance. The entire process takes about 4-6 months.
Answered - Commissioned Officer (Current Employee) - Rock Falls, IL
Work with a recruiter, go through MEPs. Takes approximately a week as long as nothing slows it down (medical issues, etc)
Answered - Signal Systems Support Specialist (Former Employee) - Saint Paul, MN
You enlist with a contract, you serve until the contract expires. BCT and AIT are the first training courses, after you are assigned a unit where you will do your specialty.
Answered - Dental Specialist (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
If you are in somewhat good shape then it can take no longer than a couple months.
Answered - 25Uniform Signal Support Systems Specialist (Current Employee) - WV