Is there any pay differences with regards to the which branch of the us military you enlist into?
Each pay grade receives equal pay in all of the services.
More then likely the MEPS "Military Entrance Processing Station" will deny you to enlist and ask you to get all the medical documents pertaining to this. I would guess it would have to be taken care of "No LONGER HAVE IT" in order to enlist into any branch of service. More then likely the MEPS "Military Entrance Processing Station" will deny you to enlist and ask you to get all the medical documents pertaining to…
If you were Discharged from the military and you try to enlist in a new branch Will they have access to why you were discharged?
Yes, your military 201 (personnel) file is open for review if you re-enlist. There is an "R Code" given upon discharge. This determines when and if you may re-enlist. If you are inelligible, you will be notified. If you are currently re-enlisted, and it is determined later that you were inelligible, you will be removed from service.
If you were disqualified medically from the marine corps but get qualified through the army can you still enlist in the marines?
Yes. However each branch has it's own idiosyncracies with this. If the branch presently is not in need of recruits they may not process the waiver that may be required to enlist. Typically most misdemeanors are allowed through a fairly easy waiver process but as with anything there are exceptions to the rule.
Each branch of the military has its own height/weight tables. Some branches will allow individuals to enlist and attend basic training without meeting the height/weight standards, but you would not graduate from basic until you were able to meet the standards. In most situations, however, you would not be allowed to enlist until you meet the standard.
Like all military personnel in the US, they can retire from military service after there first enlistment is over. The standard enlistment is 4 years, but sometimes the first one can be 6 years depending on the branch/career chosen. For the Marines it's generally 4 years. Military Service men and women can re-enlist and if they stay in the Military for 20 years earn a full government pension.
It's the military equivalent of a courthouse. It's run by an officer called the Judge Advocate General. They have a prosecutions branch, a branch that handles criminal defense (it's called Trial Defense Service), they do international law, handle claims against the government, do some civil law...in order to join the military and be a lawyer you must already be a lawyer (lawyers, like physicians, enter the military as Navy Lieutenants or Captains in the other…
The Army is a very peculiar organization. It's actually not particularly difficult to enlist into the Army with a General Discharge, or even an other-than-honourable (however, a straightforward DD is usually a disqualifier) if the discharge occurred from any other branch of service. Reentry for personnel who received a General or OTH from the Army, however, is extremely difficult. Your ability to enlist in the Army after an involuntary separation from another branch will be…