I understand I am an adult an so forth, I should know what they are and all of that, but I don't. I would appreciate help and not rudeness... Please.
I understand that marines is water and air force is air, but what happens when you enlist into each. What is the difference in years? While enlisted do you live on a base? How often do you see family or come home? Can you get married? What happens when you re-enlist? I'm just confused.
Thanks in advance for help.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:32 AM on Aug. 26, 2012 in Military
So I guess your family is not a military family? If you are thinking of going into the military. A recruiter can tell you all what you need to know. What part of your family are you talking about? Yes you can get married. When you re-inlist you sign another contract for a certain amount of years to stay in the military. If you are married you can live off post or in houseing on post. Single solders stay in the barracks on post
Don't understand what you mean the differance in years?
Marines are water,air and land. Navy is water and air, Airforce is air. Army is air and land. Coast gaurd is water.
Answer by louise2 at 9:52 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
Answer by Mrs_Harsh at 10:12 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
Answer by Mrs_Harsh at 10:55 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
Answer by Crafty26 at 11:08 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
Answer by Crafty26 at 11:09 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
Answer by Crafty26 at 11:10 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
Answer by louise2 at 10:47 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
The United States Coast Guard was originally established as the Revenue Cutter Service in 1790. In 1915, it was reformed as the United States Coast Guard, under the Treasury Department. In 1967, the Coast Guard was transferred to the Department of Transportation. Legislation passed in 2002 transferred the Coast Guard to the Department of Homeland Security. In peacetime, the Coast Guard is primarily concerned with law enforcement, boating safety, sea rescue, and illegal immigration control. However, the President of the United States can transfer part or all of the Coast Guard to the Department of the Navy in times of conflict. The Coast Guard consists of ships, boats, aircraft and shore stations that conduct a variety of missions.
All of the above were taken from : http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/generalinfo/a/military101.htm
Answer by Crafty26 at 11:13 AM on Aug. 26, 2012
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