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The interview process is very comfortable actually. Your recruiter will make you feel like the army is the best job in the world.

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From start to hire it takes how ever long the job you wish to peruse. You'll go through the screening process at the nearest MEPS, after you'll swear in and go off to basic training. After basic training you'll learn AIT(advanced individual training) after you graduate you'll head to the unit that needs you.

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Civilians are required to adhere to base rules and regulations when they are on base. Anyone entering a military base may be subject to search.

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Yes: Each Year about 8,000 non-citizens join the us Military. A 2011 study found that roughly 4 percent of those enlisted in Active duty military service are non citizens. Generally if a person is not a us citizen, he needs to be a green card holder, I e, a lawful perment resident to join the military.

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Yes it means that you are promotable but only have 39 points. Your next step would then follow up with your units Finance (S1). Nowadays you can not make points to get promoted until you have graduated from BLC.

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Yes you do have to go through a basic training as well as MOS training.

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You go overseas depending on what unit you end up in. It's completely random. They will send you where your mos is needed most or where there's slots with your mos and/or pay grade needed. This is most common if you're not prior service.

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