Which military branch should i join quiz
How do you decide which military branch is right for you?
When deciding which branch of the military to join, honestly and thoroughly consider your service commitment, enlistment options, salary, travel and future career requirements to make an informed decision about your choice of military service branch.
What is the easiest branch of the military to get into?
At the background clearance check stage, the easiest military branch to join is the Army or Navy. At the ASVAB stage, the easiest military branch to join is the Army or Air Force. At the basic training stage, the easiest military branch to join is the Air Force.
Which military branch is the safest to join?
Now that you have briefed through the missions of the branches and have looked at the stats of accidents and casualties, it’s easier to pinpoint the least dangerous military branch. So the safest military branch in terms of man-to-man combat and machine-to-machine accidents is the Space Force.
Which military branch is hardest to join?
The U.S. Marine Corps is known as the toughest and most aggressive branch of the military but is only 1/10 of the size of the Army. Marines are also known to be the first ones called into war, and they perform many of the same duties as all of the other branches of the military.
Which branch has hardest basic training?
Marine Corps Basic Training
Largely considered the toughest basic training program of the United States Armed Forces, Marine training is 12 weeks of physical, mental, and moral transformation.
Which military branch has the best quality of life?
The Air Force
The Air Force has the reputation of having the best quality of life programs (dormitories, family housing, on-base shopping and services, and recreation) of all the military service branches.
Which branch travels the most?
If you want to travel, every branch of the service has overseas locations and the Navy is probably the most traveled branch of service. Other branches have permanent bases overseas in places like Europe, Japan, and Korea.