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Curt J Said,
May 27th, 2011 @3:11 pm  

I would suggest you get in contact with a Recruiter from the branch of service you are interested in. The last time I checked, no branch was looking at offering commissions to people holding degrees in secondary education.

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NavyWife 2nd due 5/17/10 Said,
May 27th, 2011 @3:22 pm  

they would want you to do something with your degree more than likely. why do law enforcement thats a job that says i dont have much intelligence to me at lease.

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majgross Said,
May 27th, 2011 @3:24 pm  

We are not interested in the least in what your degree is in. If you have a professional degree (MD, JD) then you can investigate a direct commissioning route in those fields, but with a standard BS/BA, you can talk to a recruiter about an OCS enlistment, or you can simply enlist as an MP. If you choose to enlist, then your four year degree will earn you extra rank upon enlistment. good luck!

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Mrsjvb Said,
May 27th, 2011 @3:32 pm  

if you seek a Conmmssion then yes your degree holds more weight. some jobs are degree specific and others, well you won’t be competitve without certain things. for instance, most Branches are gravitating towards Tech degrees. a Secondary education Degree may not be something that the Boards favor when selecting candidates.

or it could mean nothing and they make you an Aviator.

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