Can you be US Military officer with an English degree?
Yes, provided you attend OCS, or receive a commission through ROTC or the USMA or other military academy.
An English degree is OK for a POLICE officer. No one can join the US military as an officer, except doctors. Everyone else joins as a Private / ROTC cadet, and QUALIFIES on active duty to become an officer. Read More
With a Criminal Justice degree, you could become a Military Officer in the US Navy. Read More
Yes. If you get ordained, you could even enter as a chaplain with a commissioned officer rank. Read More
Yes, an individual must be a current US Citizen to become an Officer in the US Military. Read More
The President is the Commander in Chief. Highest Rank of the Military. Read More
A Warrant Officer is an enlisted soldier that went to Officer Candidate School and Commisson Officer is one that has graduated from a college or University and received an Degree ---------------------- Wrong. A commissioned officer is an officer who holds a executive or royal commission, thus they are actually members of the executive branch of government. In the US military they receive their commissions either through a military academy, ROTC, Officer Candidate School or (rarely)… Read More
You must at the least hold a Bachelors Degree from a creditable college or university to be an Officer in the Military. To qualify to be an Officer in the Military you must have at the minimum a GT score of 110 or higher on the ASVAB, no Major law violations (ie. Possessions Charges, DUI) and depending on the Branch be under 29 years old (which is waiverable). An option to consider would be to… Read More
He served as an officer with Military Intelligence. Read More
Marine and is Capitalized. US Marine Corps Officer. If you are in it for the money your are choosing the wrong profession. You can google pay charts for military enlisted or officer. Read More
Chief of Staff is the title of the highest ranking officer of the US Army. He holds the rank of General, which is an 0-10 / 4 star rank. The title of Commander-In-Chief is given to the President of the US and is the commanding authority for all military forces, but the holder of this rank, while often having served in the military, is not a military officer by virtue of title. Read More
In pretty much any military, a Warrant Officer outranks a Sergeant. Warrant Officers differ throughout military forces. In the British, Commonwealth, and militaries influenced by the British, Warrant Officers are equivalent to senior NCOs in other military forces (such as the US military). In the US military, a Warrant Officer is not in the enlisted ranks, but rather, is a specialist in a certain field, promoted to a rank which pretty much sits right between… Read More
(in the US) No, the military has no official policies regarding the marriage of officers or enlistees. Read More
A bachelor's degree from the US Military Academy. Read More
If you join any branch of the US military and you stay in for a few years and then get an honorable discharge do you still need a College Degree to become a police officer?
It depends on the individual police department. Most do not require a degree for an entry level position, but many will require a degree for promotion beyond a given point. Check to see what the requirements are for the department you are interested in joining. Read More
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Who was the First black officer to hold the highest military post in the US Chairman of US Joint Chiefs of Staff?
Colin Powell Read More
A Commander is the rank/pay grade O-5 in the US Navy. Units in the military also have a head officer who is referred to as the commander, or commanding officer. Read More
Noncommissioned officers and officers are not the same. That aside, it would depend on which military you're referring to, specifically. A warrant officer in the US military is a bit different from a warrant officer in the British military, for example, and I'm inclined to believe by your question that you're referring to either a Commonwealth or European military. In the case of the traditional British/Commonwealth rank structure, the rank below the lowest grade of… Read More
He was an Army intelligence officer in the 60s. Read More
Are you thinking of a staff officer? Or maybe a supply officer? If you're thinking of an actual military rank, the only one (at least in the US military) is Second Lieutenant. Every other rank beginning with an S is an enlisted rank. Read More
You'd have to specify which military you had in mind.. there is no rank of "Marshall" in the US Military (as this is categorized under "US Army"). But Private is generally the lowest enlisted rank in any military... Marshall generally refers to a commissioned officer. Read More
A Corporal is a noncommissioned officer; a Specialist is not. Read More
In the US Military, it would be the highest ranking officer present at the time the medal is to be awarded. Read More
black jack Read More
I think General Benedict Arnold for Treason. Read More
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Who is the only president since 1945 who didn't have a college degree and did not serve in the US military?
Ronald Reagan Read More
Yes, Warrant Officers exist in several military forces. In British and Commonwealth forces (as well as some European forces, particularly those liberated by British forces during the Second World War), a Warrant Officer is the equivalent of what's known as a Senior Noncommissioned Officer (E7 and higher) in the US. In the US military, Warrant Officers are a type of technical specialist neither in the enlist or noncommissioned officer ranks. Read More
It basically teaches you leadership because you are being trained to be an officer in the US Military.... you are being trained to LEAD US soldiers Read More
Before becoming US President, he was a successful landowner and planter, surveyor and military officer Read More
No, he did not get a college degree. Although Poe attended both the University of Virgina and the US Military Academy at West Point, he did not graduate or receive a degree from either institution. Read More
Lamborghini Murcielago Read More
In the US, the highest military medal is the Medal of Honor. There is no "degree" associated with this medal. Read More
yes. He earned a college degree from the US military academy at West Point. Read More
Drill instructors in the US military are sergeants (perhaps in some situations, corporals). Non-commissioned officer rank begins at paygrade E-5. Read More
This answer is specific to the US military, though it likely applies in most other counties as well, with the names of things modified as appropriate. I assume you mean an MP (Military Policeman). The answer is yes. MPs derive their authority ultimately from the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which "outranks" everyone in a "no man is above the law" sense. Any officer, even the CO of the base, can be arrested by an… Read More
The only educational requirement for service in the US Army is a high school diploma. To become an officer a bachelor degree is necessary. Read More
Would it be impersonating a military officer if you have an airsoft team with uniforms that have a name tape that instead of saying US Army said the team name and use rank insignia?
No. You would not be impersonating an officer. Read More
General Carl A. Spaatz, among others. Read More
A Warrant Officer is an "officer." If the Military Policeman is enlisted or of a lower rank then, yes, the "Warrant Officer" does outrank him. However, when the Military Policeman is enforcing the law (UCMJ) then it does not matter what the rank of the other service member might be. If they are violating the Law, the Military Policeman must do his or her duty regardless of rank. Warrant Officer are commissioned outside of the… Read More
(in the US) I have never heard of, nor do I believe, that a member of the U.S. Military may hold elective office in this country, WITHOUT first resigning his commission. Read More
Yes. After successfully completing four years at the Naval Academy you will receive a degree and a commission as either an Ensign in the US Navy or a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps. That is not the same as Officer Candidate School, which held at Quantico, VA. Read More
True or false the us general in Korea wears four hats filling four us four star positions these are cdrunc cdrcfc cdrusfk the senior us military officer in Korea?
True Read More
See website: Pearl Harbor Attack See website: US Military Ranks (US Army, US Navy) The US Air Force did NOT exist during WW2. It was part of the US Army. The US Marine Corps is part of the US Navy. However, it's (officer) rank structure is the same as the US Army's. Read More
Actually many Presidents have had command of troops as an Officer of the Military. See the link. Read More
A good choice would be the American Military University (AMU). It has the preferred regional accreditation by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. Therefore the coursework and degree you complete through this university will be recognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers. My son who is a US Marine presently stationed in Iraq is taking his coursework through AMU. So, I did the research to ensure it was appropriately… Read More
Yes, you can. The military offers many educational opportunities. It is the individuals responsibility to take advantage of them Read More