Generally there is a bonus for enlistment. I have no idea if there is right now if there is. The best place to look or to ask questions is a Coast Guard Recruiter. Unlike the other armed services if you are apprehensive of joining a CG Recruiter will "NOT" hassle you. It is the only service that the recruiters wait for you to make the decision instead of calling every day and stopping by your work or home to pressure you to join. So, there is no pressure in calling and asking. The Coast Guard "ONLY" wants people that are really interested!
The US Coast Guard has the lowest current enlistment.
By signing up for coast signer.
State House Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. If you are on the west coast Knoxberry Farm has recreated the state house and the signing.
You need to assess what you want out of your enlistment, and figure out which branch suits you better in that regard. This is a question that really can't be answered for you.
Your options are quite good. The minimum score requirement is 31 (32 for the Marines, 35 for the Navy, and 40 for the Coast Guard); you've scored much higher than that. You have a high school degree and a Bachelors. The GPA is not as important.You can enter the Air Force as enlisted at a higher enlistment rank of up to E3, or talk with a recruiter about the requirements for officer enlistment.You can enter the US Army as enlisted with a higher enlistment rank of up to E4, or talk with a recruiter about OCS or Warrant School.You can enter the USMC as enlisted with a higher enlistment rank of up to E2, or talk with a recruiter about OCS or Warrant School.You can enter the Navy as enlisted with an advanced enlistment rank of up to E3, or talk with a recruiter about preparation for officer enlistment.You can enter the Coast Guard as enlisted, or talk with a recruiter about officer enlistment.While any form of service is honorable, enlisted or officer rank, it is much more to your benefit as a college graduate to seek enlistment as an officer or warrant (personally I would prefer the rank of Warrant). The initial training you receive in most cases is identical to that of the enlisted, however you will receive additional training as an officer after you complete AIT/Tech school, or earn your rating (Navy).
No, signing up for the Coast Guard, both Active duty and reserves is just like anyother military service, and "they" pay you. If you're interested in a non commital Coast Guard type job, there's always the Coast Guard Auxilary. Try going to their site at cgaux (dot) org.
It was in the state House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. If you are on the west coast Knox’s Berry Farm has made a recreation of the building and of the signing of the constitution.
That is at the discretion of the Coast Guard. Typically when you apply through either enlistment or through a direct commission program for officers you will state your previous history in the service. If accepted you will likely get taken on at your current grade but possibly lower. Best to check with a recruiter through gocoastguard.com
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the coast is 40km from the coast
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