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Because I wanted control of my life.

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There are waivers for practically everything. It all comes down to how much work you and your recruiter are willing to do. If you are exceptionally talented, your chances are great. Also if one recruiter says no, find another one who will say yes.

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Depends on the career field and yr leadership, seems like a lot of ppl are sell dreams & lies by saying it's encouraged. The truth is they will encourage you to put the job/military first & everything else is secondary to it....even your family much less yr education. It depends on yr superiors basically.

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Yes. Just make sure the AFSC for the job you want is ON THE CONTRACT!!! Do not sign the contract until the job you want is on it. The recruiter may be very unwilling to do this. He has a quota to meet. That is when you involve your senator.

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Military ASVAB test for placement or ROTC.

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Great work environment

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Did not want my marriage to suffer.

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Install a warrant officer position. Everyone does not want to be an administrator and this is the only track in the Air Force.

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No. Security forces carry small arms and M 16's.

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