What is ag...ry enlistment?
Answer . I'm pretty sure the enlistment age was 17, but it may be 18. I have read stories of boys who were 15 years old, but the military didn't know that. . well im not going to improve the answer, i just wanna say that if u answer a question with an answer your not sure about, then you may aswe…ll not answer at all. some of us need straight answers and may as well make up an answer if this is all people can come up with. (MORE)
what is the youngest age that someone can be to enlist in the U.S army?
According to the army foi officer at Fort Knox KY minor children are automatically emancipated when they enlisted in the army at age 17 is this correct?
You are not automatically emancipated. Everything else stays the same except for the fact that you are a soldier. To enlist, you must be 17 with parental consent or 18 without parental consent. You also have to have a high school diploma, or be in the clear for earning one if you still are 17.
It depends which country you live in and where you have citizenship. But if you're a US citizen, residing in the US, you can get a lot of information about enlisting in the army...and even apply online at GoArmy.com.
The average age of the enlistment in World War 1 was 23 years ofage. So many young men lost their lives on those battlefieldsalmost an entire generation was lost.
He Joined At age 25 Technically he didn't, Hitler joined the Bavarian army (the 16th Royal Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment, part of the 6th Royal Bavarian Reserve Division) on 16. August 1914. The Bavarian army did not become part of the German army until 1919. As a sodier in the Bavarian army …he swore an oath to the king of Bavaria and not the German Kaiser. (MORE)
Can the president of the USA grant an age waiver for a person to enlist in the military for someone older than the cut off age to enlist?
He could, but he wont. Waivers do not come from the president, the come from the secretary of what ever service you are trying to get into. And if you are too young then you must wait, but if you are at least 17 1/2 and you parents sign the paper work, then you can enlist, but not before that. The m…ilitary sucks ass, I know from experience, think twice before you "accelerate your life" or "become and army of one" cause you are basically going to be a janitor/bi*ch for the first few years of your enlistment. (MORE)
Realistically it depends on what the disability is for, you have to consider if you are current receiving disability you are restricted from preforming certain tasks which could prevent you from preforming duties within the Army. Contact a local recruiter and find out from them. Most likely you will… not be permitted to enlist unless you can prove you no longer require the disability and or will be required to give up your disability. (MORE)
There is no height restriction to enlist in the military, u just have to be withing height-wieght standards.
In the US, 45 years of age was the cut-off for drafting and enlisting. Of course, when national guard and reserve units were activated, many soldiers were over that age and stayed with their units.. The average age for the US fighting man in WW2 was 26, as opposed to 21 in WW1 and 19 in Vietnam.
Steady dependable pay; retire after only 20 years. NO JOB IN THE USA OFFERS THAT!
The Age limit for the British army was 19 as the start of the war. Initially only men between the ages of 19 and 38, at least 5 foot 6 inches tall with chest measurements of at least 34 inches were accepted. Many rejected in the first wave of enlistments were later accepted when standards were revis…ed. They were then taking boys no older that about 15. There is a grave of a boy who was 14 when he died, so he would have been about 13 at the time he enlisted, and would have also been through 6 months of training before heading for the front line. (MORE)
As of 3/15/12 The maximum age for enlistment is 35 years old, the Army has no intentions on raising the age limit. The last raise allowed new recruits the opportunity to retire from the Army after 20 years of service at the age of 62 years old.
Well there really wasn't a max age it was if you could make it past basic training is if you could enlist in World War II. You see, it was a 'WORLD' war so they needed anyone they could get their hands on so it makes perfect sense.
No, you do not enlist in the terms of going to a recruiter, however, you are a member of the armed forces and could be given orders. However, college ROTC does require that you sign a contract. Up to the point where you begin your Junior year of classes, you can walk away. If you walk away after tha…t point, the military can require you to serve to pay off your debt to the government. 'Contract' ROTC participants get their last two years of college paid for, in exchange for serving on active duty for four years. I know at least one individual that was denied a commission and had to serve his four years as an enlisted sailor. (MORE)
It is an individual who enlisted in th Marine Corps and has completed boot camp. Until that moment he or she was a Recruit. When they graduate they become Marines. The denotation "enlisted" is in contrast with a commisioned officer. enlisted work for a living
Officially the age of enlistment was 18, but birth records were not always checked, so many 16 and 17 year olds were able to enlist as well. These boys were subject to immediate discharge if they were discovered, but many served without getting caught.
The military used to look at a GED as a HS diploma-equivalent, but now you would be lucky to be accepted with one. In the Coast Guard, and possibly Air Force, you won't be accepted.
Under 10 U.S.C., 505: The minimum age for enlistment into the US military is 17.5 years with parental consent, 18 years without. The Department of Defense (DOD) allows services to set lower recruitment maximum ages, as follows: . Army 42 . Army Reserves 42 . Air Force 27 . Air Force Reserve …34 . Navy 34 . Naval Reserves 39 . Marines 28 . Marine Corps Reserve 29 . Coast Guard 27 Note that there are situations were older ages would be accepted. One is medical or JAG, where someone that has served on active duty would get that amount of time added on to the max age. (Example: I served 6 years. I could have been accepted into the JAG corps until age 40.) . (MORE)
USC 10, Subtitle A, PART II, CHAPTER 31 Â§ 505 Regular components: qualifications, term, grade (a) The Secretary concerned may accept original enlistments in the Regular Army, Regular Navy, Regular Air Force, Regular Marine Corps, or Regular Coast Guard, as the case may be, of qualified, eff…ective, and able-bodied persons who are not less than seventeen years of age nor more than forty-two years of age . However, no person under eighteen years of age may be originally enlisted without the written consent of his parent or guardian, if he has a parent or guardian entitled to his custody and control. [emphasis added] . So, 17 with parental consent, or 18 without, and up to 42. (MORE)
unless you have prior service, no. the oldest age at which you can enlist is/was 36.
Normally, a salute is given to a senior ranking person who holds a commissioned status, meaning they are an officer, not a non-commissioned officer or petty officer. If military enlisted members go around saluting each other all the time, it would be a little strange, it is not a normal practice o…r custom. (MORE)
If you meet the entrance requirement, absolutely. Depending on your current rate/rank, and how long you wait to re-enlist, you might lose your rank, but as long as you meet their enlistment requirements it's not a problem.
- peer pressure - to help/serve their mother country (Britain) - free travelling/adventure and to see the world
Talk to your recruiter and enlist in one of the US military services. You must score over a 50 on the ASVAB just to qualify for a bonus, then your ASVAB scores must be able to be qualified for a job that is offering a bonus, not all jobs or branches offer a bonus. Don't get to concerned about a b…onus be more concerned about the job that you are choosing for the next few years, money will only bring temporary happiness but a good job will lead to ultimate satisfaction. (MORE)
No, 18 was the age that one must be without a parental consent. There are many instances when younger men forged birth certificates to be older than they were.
Originally, many years ago, the legal drinking age was 21 and adulthood started at 18, just like now. During the Vietnam conflict, the question was raised regarding one's duty (i.e. draft) to fight and/or die for one's country, but the soldier couldn't have a beer. The drinking age was lowerd to 18 …in response. After the conflict ended, the law stayed at 18 for a while, but statistics showed that teenagers were dieing in greater number due to drinking issues (binge drinking, DUI etc), so the states gradually raised the age. First they raised it to 19, then to 21 for hard liquer. They grandfathered in anyone who had already reached the age of 19 when they raised it to 21. Evenually, the age was 21 nationwide, allowing for more maturity before alcohol was legally available. Short answer: the change in the law reduced the number of alcohol related fatalites in teens and younger adults. (MORE)
It's eather or... im a member of the armed forces, Navy to be exact. I've been in five years and normally it's said "Enlist in the Armed Forces." ie. He and/or She is enlist ed/ing in the armed forces.
The minimum enlistment age then, as it is today, was 17, and parental permission is required. Quite a few noted sailors and Marines lied about their age and actually enlisted at 16, since records were harder to come by then.
Reenlistment requires that an initial enlistment contract is completed, and doesn't cover things such as enlistment into another branch of service after being chaptered out of the first branch prior to the completion of the initial enlistment. Given that the minimum age for enlistment in the US mi…litary is 17 (with parental consent), and the shortest enlistment period (at least, that I'm aware of) offered is a two year contract, the minimum age at which a service member could reenlist would be 19 years old. I don't know how the other branches of service work, but, in the Army, once you reach the rank of Sergeant First Class (E7), any reenlistment is considered an 'indefinite' reenlistment. The maximum age for initial enlistment I believe is 36, and it is quite possible that a service member could continue reenlistment well into their 60s, so long as they were compelled into retirement before then. There would be more leniency on this in the reserve components than in the Regular Army. (MORE)
In the US, there is no mandatory service requirement. You are, however, required to sign for the Selective Service Act when you turn 18, which makes you eligible for mandatory service, should the draft be reinstated. Some countries do have a mandatory military service requirement. See related link… "Wkipedia.org - Military Service" for a listing of these countries. (MORE)
I hope this is the Sassoon you are searching for. I posted a link for you. ___ Sigried Sasson had joined the Sussex Yeomanry just prior to the war breaking out. He, along with many others of his generation, rushed to join up before the war because of patriotic fervor. He joined up in 1914.
Well that's easy...Education, career development, Job security, builds confidence and Independence. and ladies love a man in uniform!!!
You can get chaptered out for not meeting height/weight requirements, repeated failures of PT tests, you can get an Article 115 separation for malingering/failure to adapt, you can get a medical chapter if you have or develop a medical condition which prevents you from performing your assigned funct…ions, or you can go the criminal route, which would result in an Other-Than-Honourable or Dishonourable Discharge. (MORE)
No. The minimum enlistment age for the US Army is 17.5 years old with parent permission and a high school diploma.
General rule of thumb, no. While it may not be necessarily impossible, your chances of being able to reenlist with any type of RE4 code is extremely unlikely.
No, any JROTC program only helps understand more about how the military works and their customs. Anyone within standards (weight, age, criminal background etc.) can join.
30 years old. No waivers on age, not even for prior service. Done been down that road and went Air Force.
Only if they are not green, otherwise they must be enlisted, but green aliens are most common so it is not necessary to enlist them.
Army Regulation 601-210 covers Active and Reserve Components Enlistment Army Regulation 601-280 covers Army Rentention Program
the enlistment age for the Australian army is and has always been 18 years and you have to be 19 to serve overseas, you could join at 15 to become an army apprentice but this was a non combatant role. this was not always enforced to the letter of the law as birth certificates were no always required… so many younger people put up their age to serve, the youngest being a boy of 14 years 9 months on enlistment in WW1. (MORE)
This is a personal decision based on what you hope to do and hope to gain from the experience. While the Army can mean you may see more places, the Air Force usually assigns service members to installations for longer durations. This can provide stability if you have a family with you. Many Army MOS…'s translate very closely to civilian jobs, but most Air Force jobs are directly related to those in the civilian work force. Both will teach you discipline. Both will give you opportunity to learn. (MORE)
No. You are required to be a soldier first, and physical disabilites in the most part restrict you from enlisting.
Being an all volunteer army with equal opportunity, both male & female soldiers were volunteering for money and benefits; which would put them in the post high school age of young men and women looking for jobs. Thus, between 18 and 22 would most likely be the "job hunting" age for most military enl…isted "members". During the Vietnam War, US Army officers (Air Force, Marine, and Navy officers always had to have a college education) did not have to have any college to become an officer; the man was drafted, given a GT test, if he scored high he was sent to army OCS (Officer Candidate School). When the all volunteer equal opportunity army came about after Vietnam, US Army officers had to have a college education which put them on par with the other military branches. This means that the age of military officers after Vietnam had to have been women and men in their early to mid 20s; since they had to have up to four years of college. (MORE)
Average enlistments are from 1-6 years, from recruitment. But, you will be obligated for 8 years so lets say you enlist for 5 dont like it and dont reenlist then you go home after 5 years you still owe the army 3 more year, you will be put in the IRR (inactive ready reserve) and can be called upon a…t any givin time in that three years. (not saying you will or wont) that is the law. (MORE)
"Class, today we are going to enlist pronouns in our notebooks. This will be on your quiz." Mr. Lewis said
You have to go to the main finance office on post and file for it. If your chain of command is unable to direct you to it, your unit's S1 office will certainly know where it is.
Private, Private First Class, Specialist, Corporal, Sergeant ranks up to and including Sergeant Major of the Army (Army) Private, Private First Class, Lance Corporal, Corporal, all Sergeant ranks up to and including Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (Marine Corps) Airman Basic, Airman, Airman… First Class, Senior Airman, all Sergeant ranks up to and including Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (Air Force) Seaman Recruit, Seaman Apprentice, Seaman, all Petty Officer ranks up to and including Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (Navy) The Coast Guard using the same rank structure as the Navy. (MORE)
In the simplest terms, and this applies to all branches, active is the full time standing force, and reservists are mostly part timers (although there are active reservists who have functions such as maintaining unit equipment in the time between UTAs).
Americans have, historically, enlisted in the armed forces for anynumber of reasons. Some do it because they want to serve theircountry. Others do it as a way to further their education. Stillothers do it because it is the best career they can participate in.Some do it because they want to work on s…pecific kinds of militarymachinery. (MORE)