Hi. Have you been in the cadets? I have for two years and it gives you some great experiances and allows you to know what the military is like. As you are 16, you can still join for two years. By joining you also know the type of things they do.
I agree with Henry M. If your school offers any type of J.R.O.T.C. program I'd suggest joining it! I spent 4 years in J.R.O.T.C. in high school, and it was a great experience. If I were you, I'd highly suggest looking into a J.R.O.T.C. or similar program at your school. Join it, and it will give you a small idea of what you might be able to expect if you were to join the military after you graduate. It will also give you a chance to network with the instructors of the program who are usually retired military so they are very helpful! Best of luck!
Henry M wrote:Hi. Have you been in the cadets? I have for two years and it gives you some great experiances and allows you to know what the military is like. As you are 16, you can still join for two years. By joining you also know the type of things they do.
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