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Do you need a high school diploma to enlist in the US Army?

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2010-01-17 02:51:55

Either a Diploma, or a GED.

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A high school diploma is required to enlist in the US Army.


You're required to have a high school diploma or a GED to enlist into the Army.


The Army requires a high school diploma OR its equivalent. Keep in mind that Army Recruitment Command has limits on the number of GED grads they may enlist. Talk to your recruiter to determine the best course of action for you to take.


A high school diploma or equivalent is required to enter the US Army.


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Enlistment requires a high school diploma or a high school equivalence such as a GED.


He chose to enlist in the army right after graduating from high school.


No. The minimum enlistment age for the US Army is 17.5 years old with parent permission and a high school diploma.


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The Army does not require a high school diploma or GED to enlist, but most of the other branches of service do.


A High School diploma is all you require to enlist.


Generally speaking you must either have a high school diploma or high school equivalency such as GED before you enlist. In rare cases the Navy will accept people who do not meet this criteria if the ASVAB score is exceptionally high.


in order to enlist, you need an education, GED or High school diploma, also you need to be 18 or have your parents consent.


It is possible to enlist into the Delayed Entry Programme without a diploma or GED. However, you will be required to obtain one (diploma or GED) while you are on DEP, and before you ship out for Basic Training/Boot Camp.



Currently only 0.3% of those fit for military service (Estimated at around 120,000,000 people) in the United States are in the Army (approx 550,000. Since the Army requires at least a high school diploma or GED in order to enlist or must be earned during service, around 100% have a high school diploma or equivalent. America's high schools can possibly graduate approximately 4 million students per year, but the success rate is only around 70%, graduating around 2.9 million per year. Of those students, less than 1,800 will enlist in the Army annually which is approximately 0.0039% of high school graduates per year.


A high school diploma or GED is required to join the US Army.


you only need a high school diploma to join the army


If it has not changed, 18 with either a high school education or GED. A 17 year old with education (GED or HS diploma) may enter with the signature of a parent or guardian.


Tupac did have a high school diploma


That depends on if you enlist as a senior on track to graduate or have dropped out of school and have no diploma. Currently the Army is not taking anyone without a HS diploma, yes you can NOT join with a GED right now. That could change in the future as it has in the past. Also your bonus is tied directly to your asvab score and what specific MOS (job) you choose.



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