Posted on Jun 24, 2018
Sgt Jay Jones
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Since mostly everyone here is either Retired, Veteran, or Active Duty Service Members we all have a experienced different careers based on our respective branches of service. So here is Question #1) Would enlist or be commissioned in a differentbranch of service other than the one you originally chose? Question #2) If you did choose to enlist or be commissioned in your in your original branch of service, would you choose a different MOS, if you could?


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LCDR Sales & Proposals Manager Gas Turbine Products
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If I could go backwards in time, with full knowledge (gee, how cool would that be)...I'd do a lot of things different. I'd have enlisted, and I have chosen the Army, and I've had aimed for 11X. Why? First, as much as I love my Navy...I'd be lying if I said I chose it for any other reason that it was the first "certain" offer of a commissioning program (and more importantly, a way to afford college). Second, while it's a big team and everyone has a part to play in the game-I liked/excelled at the small piece of ground operations I experienced, and wanted more than I was going to realistically find in the Fleet. Third, as proud as I am to have earned a commission and made O-4, I believe being enlisted is the best way to experience the military fully and build true experience and competency. Perhaps I'd have sought a commission later, but entering as a 20 year old ensign meant that I was handed a great deal of benefit much earlier than I had full comprehension of how to use it to benefit my Sailors best.
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SGT Philip Roncari
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#1 No
#2 No
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Cpl METOC Analyst Forecaster
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I was originally in AFROTC in college. I was not selected between my sophomore and junior year to go to field training. I wish I had been patient and waited it out another year like my friend did. He got selected, got commissioned, is a pilot, and now a Capt.
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