What would you like to do?
Is SERE from the Air Force or Navy?
There both are a great choice so it all depends on which one you are more interested in join.
Army, Soldier . Navy, Sailor . Air Force, Airman . Marine, Marine
The course you go through, SV-80, is Combat Survival School which teaches you all aspects of the SERE acronym. SERE is short term for name of the school, but it is not the off…icial school designation. This is a 3 week course all aricrew and special operators go through.. There is also a school that trains the actual survival instructors(SERE Specialists) and that school is 6+ months long. This is the right one to be called SERE school.. Essentialy yet it is the same, but there is a big difference between being a CST grad and a SERE Instructor course grad.. I have been to both.
Nope - once you're a part of a service branch, you're stuck until your hitch is up. They spend a lot of money training you, and they're not about to let another branch get the… benefit they paid for. You can always join after you get out, but to be blunt you'd be screwing yourself. The Air Force has a much slower advancement, they break down the jobs that one person in the Navy does into 2 or more people to justify budgets and manpower levels (I used to be stationed at the Pentagon), and the Navy Department has a bigger air force than the Air Force does. What you CAN do is to change rates to a Naval Aviation rating, as long as your ASVAB scores allow it and the rating is equivalent or higher than your current one, and there is a manpower need for it. Given the current state of force requirements, I'd bet money there is one. If you really want to be in the Air Force, and I can't imagine why, you're only option is to wait until your hitch is up and enlist with them. You're likely to get inducted a stripe lower though.
This is a matter of personal preference and what you are looking for in your jobs... If you want to be an officer persay, and go through one of the military academies, then I …highly suggest the Air Force, as USAFA (United States Air Force Academy) has better educational opportunities and etc. in my opinion. If you want to fly (which also requires you to be an officer) then I also suggest the Air Force, as you will work with more hi-tech equipment and fly the best aircraft around. I can't offer much advice on if you enlist, but I know the Air Force typically has a higher Standard of Living, and they have the shortest or second shortest deployments. Both are great services and either one is great... I saw you also had Navy SEALs as a category underneath your question. If what you are asking is "Which special ops of these services should I join?" then this is VERY preference-based. The Air Force has 3 Special Ops career fields. You expressed interest in the SEALs, which is a hard combat job, then you'd most likely be looking at the Air Force Combat Controllers. Both are very cool jobs, and they have different missions, although the Air Force CCT's do deploy with SEALs, along with Rangers, Army SF's, and Marine Recons. I'd go with the Air Force still, but both have VERY, VERY demanding training. The SEALs have about a 70-75% attrition (washout) rate, the Air Force guys having around a 90% washout rate... Good luck with which ever service you choose to try and serve in, or if just curious, then good luck in life ;). Hope I helped!
As the Navy and Air Force are both branches of the army, they are both equally hard to get into. Also it depends what you like, whether you would like to sail the world with y…our crew on a Navy Ship, or would you like to repair planes, pilot planes or refuel planes. They are both equally hard to get into, they both require qualifications if you wish to climb the ranks. However Special Ops teams are the hardest to get into but obviously you must already be in a Military Branch if you wish to join a Spec Ops team most likely they will ask you to join if your skills are Sufficient enough for them or your Commanding Officer will recommend you joining them if you "Stand out from the crowd"
Go to the military division in which you think you will be better off in, and which interests you the most.Well you have to look at what is important, do you want to make more… money? If so then go ahead and forget about the Air Force, reason being is that you will advance way faster in the Navy than the Air Force their advancement is very slow, second do you want to travel, then the navy is the way to go on that aswell because that is what they do, don't let the Air Force talk you up with their Air Force Community College because that is what it is a Community College, the Navy gets Accredited College Credits for the training you do from the American Councel of Education. i don't really know why anyone would ever want to join a organization like the Air Force.
Air Force. The Navy has more Ships.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs who oversees the Armed Forces is Admiral Michael Mullen . . However, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs is an advisory position, not an …authoritative one. That is, all the Chiefs of Staff do not sit in the direct military chain-of-command. They (and the civilians in the office of the Secretary of Defense) are responsible for the organizational operation of the US military, not combat operations. After the Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986, the US Military chain-of-command looks like this: . President . Secretary of Defense . Commander of each of the Unified Commands The Unified Commands are essentially large theaters of operations, where the commander (who may be from any military branch) oversees all US military action in that theater. So, to answer your question, the Leader of the various US military branches is the US President, as he is the final (ultimate) operational command authority.
Generally army is considered the hardest due to physical and mental requirements and the more direct exposure to danger
In US Air Force
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In the Pacific theater during WWII, the US Navy lost its mighty battleships and had to rely primarily on their aircraft carriers as their powerhouse ships. Since then, the bat…tleship has been phased out and the capital ships are now nuclear powered aircraft carriers (each capable of carrying over 70 aircraft). So, while the navy has a strong air component, it has not and will not replace the US Air Force. It's primary objective is to control seaways, act as a vehicle to deliver troops to shore, and to support troops already on the ground (either with artillery, aircraft, or just a show of force). Hope that helps.
You'd have to get discharged from the airforce first.
In US Army
They protect the country