Posted on Mar 19, 2019
A1C Ian Williams
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Would anyone feel comfortable discussing the choice in favor of the Uniformed Services University over civilian universities?
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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If you are intending to serve it is the way to go. No medical student debt, excellent training and instructors.
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SSgt Forensic Meteorological Consultant
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The people who help us be all that we can be and NOT lesser caliber schools. And public perception not like the 70s, early 80s.
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MAJ Aeromedical Psychologist
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Depends on your goals. It’s paid for so you graduate debt free. Backside is you have a service obligation. Financially. Are you better off having debt and no service obligation, allowing you to earn Civilian money quicker? Hard to say.

If you want a career, then it’s a great way to go.

Quality wise, toss up. Some civilian institutions are better. Some worse.
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A1C Ian Williams
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Thank you for answering, sir MAJ (Join to see) I want a long enduring career as a military doctor and an advocate for the best healthcare for servicemen and women, veterans and our civilian allies.
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