What would you like to do?
16 or 17 with parental consent.
Your weight limit depends entirely on your current height and body fat level. You can view the chart at Military.com: http://www.military.com/Recruiting/Content/0,1389…8,rec_step07_hw_navy,,00.html
Go to google.... im sure you could get an answer there.
It's different for each rate/rank, and whether or not you have any prior service, degree, etc., or not. Though the different rates are posted on the Naval Reserve website, the…y change at the whim of Congress and the President, and with this current administration the rates will likely be dropping, if not dropped altogether.
no you don't
Im gunna say no but check with an Armed Forces Careers Office (AFCO)
no because then you are not a regular person but a soldier
You should call (800) 531-8722 to get the definitive answer however if you've honorably served, then you should be able to join. Immediate family members (top down from the mi…litary member) are able to join. However, there are other caveats on children, spouses, ex-spouses, etc so it's best to call in and talk with a representative that can give you the full scoop. Good luck!
The only way you would be an "ex-felon" is if your conviction was overturned. Otherwise, you are - and will always be - a felon. Some offences you could be waivered in for. Th…at policy may or may not have changed. You would need to speak to a recruiter to get a definitive answer.
You can join the reserves if you have genital herpes.
You don't enlist directly into the Individual Ready Reserve. When you enlist into the military, you commit to an eight year obligation. Let's say you do a four year active dut…y stint, then decide to ETS without going into a reserve component. You are then placed into the IRR for the remainder of your obligation, during which time, you may be recalled into service.
Most (but not all) police reserve organizations are filled with non-paid volunteers who are mobilized, or perform periodic duty, assisting the sworn police with manpower. Many…/most such volunteers have other full-time employment and either cannot become full-time officers or choose not to, but still wish to serve their communities . . much like volunteer firefighters, or volunteer rescue squad members.