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Hey GANG, If you'd VERY likely join the military to finally serve, get the mental itching out and milk the most out of a possible short term contract as an officer in the reserves(time in/time out after finishing contract) what branch will you chose base on these SPECIFIC interest of mine: (where can I donate/send beers here?!?!) Me.. - 31 years old this June 14/2013, BBA Marketing 2.61 GPA(din't care about grades before) - Primary objectives: *Finally* SERVE and earn O-2 to O-4 in the FASTEST earned way or maximum in less then a 6 years term Notasulga A RESERVE officer - Investment Priorities: permanent Notasulga loan eligibility, GI Bill (starting/finishing MBA studies fully paid), PERMANENT healthcare benefits, gaining more leadership experience - Intelligence Analyst, Civil Affairs Officer, Combat Systems Officer (top 3 MILITARY choices) - Overall Ideal Preferences: more control over my duties in military and my life as a reserve officer, more travel, good civil time stability, more stable work schedule, mental demanding job, more brain and less muscle work, less combat zone possibility, best military command option in the military(from ANG or Army Reserve), more income opportunity/possibility as a reserve Since I'll turn 31 years old on this year on June 14, I'd love to know what'll be your strategic approach if you were in my shoes with my the above objectives in mind. I spent HOURS making a full assessment based on what's best on this position with my age and how I could possibly be a best asset based on my own achievements and leadership civilian skills as of today. So guys, apart from suggesting to 'talk to a recruiter' as I can just see this one miles away, WHAT ARE YOUR RECOMMENDATION/SUGGESTIONS in my SPECIFIC case if you were in my shoes?! Hoah and GOD BLESS!
If you really want to "serve" and if you are not considered TOO old, go active duty. The reserves are just that, RESERVES. They go to drill two days a month (two days) and wait until something big happens that gets them mobilized. Some are never mobilized and others have mobilized multiple times. It depends on the MOS. At age 31, I suspect that you may not meet the age requirements plus your 2.61GPA in a soft degree area like marketing will also be problematic for you to even get an OCS slot considering the amount of competition that currently exists. Given that, here goes to your question assuming that you are actually commissioned: 1. As a reserve officer, you will be a 1stLt at the end of 5 years and "maybe" selected for Captain (O-3) at six years. The Reserves promotes slow due to the fact that many stay for 20 years. Promotions are based on someone in front being promoted thereby leaving an open slot for a specific rank. The other way for an promotion slot opening is for someone retiring or departing at the end of their signed contract. 2. For most Notasulga benefits - you will need to serve on active duty for at least a year or be mobilized to active duty. If this happens, you will get Notasulga loan eligibility and education benefits. No permanent med benefits. If you stay to retirement (20 years), at age 60, you will qualify for Reserve Select medical program, assuming that Congress doesn't cancel it out to save money. Learning leadership- if you do not demonstrate solid leadership skills in OCS, you will not be an officer. 3. As a Reservist who goes to 2 days a month drills - you will have no control over anything since you will be a junior officer. You will be required to report for weekend drill at a certain time, leave not earlier than approved, and do what you are assigned to do during that weekend. Life as a reserve officer is little to no travel except for your two week Annual Duty for Training period which is usually in a convoy from your Reserve Armory to the training base that your unit has been assigned. Time stability - plenty of that since you have off 28 days out of each month. You are required to report for drill at a specific time and can't leave until released - great time stability! Stable work schedule - 0700 to as late as 2200 on most drill weekends - depends on MOS - e.g. infantry, artillery, armor spend a lot of their weekend time sleeping on the ground or in their vehicles when out in the woods. Demanding job - not in the Reserves - two days too short for the Commanding Officer to demand much of anything! Brain vs muscle work - depends on MOS. If infantry, armor, artillery - you will lead your troops by assigning duties and at times helping out - this is how you earn respect and seen as a leader. Less combat zone possibility - only when mobilized. In the Iraq and Afganistan wars, some guys in the Reserves and N. Guard have been mobilized multiple times for combat duty. Depends on the MOS. Best military command option(from ANG or Army Reserve)- both about the same - slow promotions and depends on MOS. Infantry - 1stLt is in command of a platoon; Captain of a Company. Income - not much in the Reserves - fortunately, Reserves and Guard are paid 4 days pay for one weekend drill. 14 days pay for two weeks of ADT. Nothing more. opportunity/possibility as a reserve - opportunity for what? Lieutenant Colonel, U S Marine Corps-Retired (prior active duty enlisted to include combat duty, GI Bill with active reserve time, and commissioned as a Marine Officer. Brother currently in N. Guard (17 years active duty and Guard with 3 to go for retirement but not paid any benefits until age 60)
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