How do you become an officer in the US military?
First you must attend college and complete at the least a Bachelors Degree for an Accredited College or University, then you must make sure you do not have a questionable background (no serious law violations), score well on the ASVAB (depends on branch but have at least a 110 GT score), meet the Age requirement (depends on branch). Complete Basic Training/Boot Camp, Officer Candidate School and Job training.
Yes, an individual must be a current US Citizen to become an Officer in the US Military.
You have to be very intelligent and patient to become a Military Officer.
With a Criminal Justice degree, you could become a Military Officer in the US Navy.
You can become a police officer with an associates degree. You may also become an officer in the military provided that you attend officer candidate school.
You can join the military and become a officer.
not easy at all
The answer depends on the type of officer: military? police? corporate?
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.
The President is the Commander in Chief. Highest Rank of the Military.
Military service always helps, but usually is NOT a requirement.
No, accepting a commission is not mandatory.
In the US, you must be a citizen to become a sworn law enforcement officer.
He was a career military officer, serving for 36 years, He was the supreme allied commander at the end of World War 2. He left the military to become the president of Columbia University .
i know for the army you have to go through colage Rotc for 4 years and when you graduate you become a 2nd luitenant army officer
He served as an officer with Military Intelligence.
A lawful immigrant who has become a naturalized American Citizen can become a police officer, but not an immigrant/alien who has not become a US citizen.
Hard to clarify if a "Military Police Officer" refers to an Enlisted MP or an MP, who is also an officer (as in a Lieutenant (or higher). In short, just to be an Enlisted Military Police. You need to complete Basic Training, and the MP Job Training that the military provides; however, you do NOT need a college degree. To be an Officer (Lieutenant +) in the military, who is an MP, you would need… Read More
You don't have to be an officer, you have to be at least 19 years of age, get a GT score of 100 or more, and get through the training.
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.
Yes. If you get ordained, you could even enter as a chaplain with a commissioned officer rank.
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.
(in the US) No, the military has no official policies regarding the marriage of officers or enlistees.
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
No admiral has become a US president.
I believed they would already be a member of the bar. they would then enter the military with a commission in the JAG Corps
Join ROTC and it takes 4 years.
No, you have to be a US citizen to became one
Not in the US but probably in their home country.
Attend one of the Military Academies and graduate. Attend college and participate in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). Enlist in the service of your choice and if you display special qualities that come to the attention of your commanders, you may be recommended for Officer Candidate School (OCS).
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money, and a strong military
Of course an MP can become a civilian police officer after military service. He or she applies just as one without any police experience would apply. He or she will go through the police academy as a recruit the same way as those without experience. They will find the training easier than a raw recruit but the training is substantianaly different than the military since it addresses civilian procedures and laws.
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.
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
It has always been an all volunteer military with the only notable exceptions were drafts.
Who was the First black officer to hold the highest military post in the US Chairman of US Joint Chiefs of Staff?
Yes, provided you attend OCS, or receive a commission through ROTC or the USMA or other military academy.
The military officer or political leader in the French and Indian war.
Everybody has to take boot camp when they join the military.
no because then you will have too much sympathy and you won't do your job.
No. Not in the US.
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.
In the past there have been cases where a military officer was discharged.
He was an Army intelligence officer in the 60s.
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
All the information you will need to know in order to become an officer in the United States Navy can be found at www.navy.com/officer