ANSWERS: 76
  • Air Force. I'd rather learn to fly than kill people, since I'd take the flying lessons only. Not the 'dropping bombs on people' lessons.
  • I would check the death percentage of each and choose whatever's not suicide. Air force would probably have the lowest fatality rate...actually...what the hell can beat an american submarine nowadays? :P I couldn't beable to tollerate the confined space though. Ide go with air force... *new answer* I'de be a draft dodger :p
  • I'd enlist in the air force and fly a stealth jet into the Pentagon, blame some innocent Muslims and call myself George.
  • im gonna answer my own question... navy. theres nothing like traveling the world on an aircraft carrier. meeting new people, being in new places. and making the most of you life. no need to worry about a job, a house, clothes, and even some bills and taxes. i love it.
  • Marine Corps, Ironically my avatar is of a F-14 Tomcat. Semper Fidelis. The life of a marine is no different than the army except they are more suprior in combat skills.
  • Navy, of course.
  • I would say Navy. Of course that is just from my own experience.....
  • army.. as a soldier i'd be more aware of my enviroment and have more control of everything around me.. i wouldn't worry about weather and flying conditions, or brutal seas.. just me and my body.. i can gurantee more for myself, like not dying..
  • Air Force, or Navy as long as I could fly. Just wondering...what happened to the Marines?
  • Air Force. Or Navy. But, oops ... I joined the Army.
  • Air force. I've always dreamt of being able to fly.
  • Probably the Air Force.
  • Navy. You get to travel a lot, so I hear.
  • The Navy. I already did and served onboard a missile test ship, the USS Norton Sound AVM-1, for three years. Great experience, at least during peacetime. The picture on the left is an aerial shot of the ship, and the right is a photo of the gun on the forward part of the ship, in action. An amazing photo!
  • Army. Got out 2 years ago actually and have thought many times about going back....am going to wait till the whole "Iraq" thing is over and Bush is out of office. Then will consider it more seriously.
  • National Guard. -Train wherever you live. -Pay for college. -Off until needed. -Gained experience. -Cute outfits. I'm planning to draft into it, too!
  • I made that decision a long time ago. I figured the Navy would involve cold wet water - and I don't like to be cold and/or wet. The airforce involves being WAY too far up in the air if anything goes wrong with your mode fo transport. Army - there is room to be as self-sufficient as possible and be responsible for your own survival much moreso than the other branches...so I ended up an Infantryman and never regretted it : )
  • From what I hear from my bf's mom, who is in the navy, the air force are just big babies with a the new, fancy gadgets.
  • Air Force... I might do the Navy, but I'd train and attempt to become a SEAL. :)
  • Air Force, no question! It's the best of the lot - I have probably five family members who have made a rewarding career there.
  • Former Devil Dog here. Marine Corps!
  • If I had the proper credentials, my preference would be to join up for the army medical corps. But if I were going in with just G.I. training, I'd like to join the navy because there's not as much chance of being stationed in one place for extended periods of time, and unlike the army and Air force, a navy officer probably won't have to kill people and/or bomb their homes.
  • Air Force but not as a pilot. I'd be too afraid to fly. I'd like to work in the office shuffling papers. I'm a brave one.
  • Air force I wanna fly baby!
  • How about I would become a navy seal......Yeah right like I would make it the first day. It's just a thought.
  • I would join the navy, I have always loved water, but not as a submariner
  • The navy. Assuming you are talking about the US army, the navy has the lowest rate of friendly fire! If you mean just any army, then it would be the best airforce in the world, the British one!
  • The United States Marines! Semper Fi! Celer, Silens, Mortalis! Goodnight Chesty whereever you are! Force Recon! Oorah!
  • I would try for the marines if I could do it all over.
  • If I were a guy I'd want to join the Marines! My dad did three tours of duty as a Marine and I would like to carry on the tradition! :)
  • Navy, a family tradition.
  • Air force is cool but I would want to fly and I know that isn't likely. Navy, well I get sea sick and I like land a little too much. So Army it is.
  • I was Air Force. I joined in order to get a certain job training. I flew, but I was enlisted, not a pilot or navigator. I also wanted the education benefits. I got them, and it was a very rewarding experience for me. I had some close calls, but that goes with the job. And on the ground in a war zone, everybody is the same. You have to know how to handle yourself in all situations. I felt like a "grunt" often.
  • I would join the Air Force. I love fighter jets and if given a chance would love to pilot one.
  • Actually I would lean to serving but in the coast guard.
  • I like them all. So any of them.
  • There's only one real choice here and that's the Corps! Semper Fi!
  • Id love to be a pilot in the Air force
  • Sakhalin, you are a piece of shit!
  • U. S. Army
  • I joined the Navy many years ago. Never got a chance to serve because I failed the medical physical.
  • Dudes, The marines all the way, mostly because they see the most combat, are the best warriors, and are semper fi! Plus they have an extremely rich history!
  • Let's see... you spelled "enlist" incorrectly... I'd say the Army is a good fit for you.
  • When I was thinking about it in H.S. I was going for the Marines. I even helpped out in the recruting office for a couple years.
  • I'd definitely go with the Marine Corps. In fact, I leave for basic training on May 19th.
  • Navy, and I'm trying to join.
  • If I were, it would be the army because my grandpas were in the army.
  • Air Force. Definitely Air Force.
  • I would say Marines, the few the proud....The Best ask a (Royal)Marine(Commando) he would tell you "be the best" though if you want to get some serious fighting time in the ARMY will keep you busy these days.
  • I did 4 years in the US Navy during the Vietnam war. That was when there was a Selective Service. I wanted minimal involvement with the military so I chose the branch where I'd have the best chance of emerging in one piece. Thankfully that's how it worked out. ;) Back then the safest fleet to serve in was the Atlantic and luckily that's where I was assigned. Now I'd say the safest would be the Pacific fleet.
  • I would say the Navy. I'm a big Navy Brat so I decided to join the navy too. I got to travel around, they have better base locations. I've been stationed in Norfork, Va for a couple months while I was on the USS Ronald Reagan(CVN-76) and got to go to Brazil. Then our ship changed homeport to SD and I fell in love with the city. I got lucky again and got SD as my next duty station and now I work shore duty at Balboa. I have almost 5 yrs in and will be getting in this May of '08. I loved every minute of it!
  • I was enlisted in the Air Force for over 7 years and then became an officer in the Air Force for 9 years. Now, I am an officer in the Army. The Air Force is DEFINITELY the way to go. People from other services can say all they want about the Air Force (few if any have actually been a member of the Air Force) but the service as a whole takes care of their people. I do not know about the Navy or Marines because I have not been in either one. There is a TOTALLY different mentality in the Army as there is in the Air Force. You won't regret going into the Air Force and you just might going into the Army.
  • If I had to, I'd do it the same way all over again: Army band!
  • Marine Corps. doin it soon
  • I'm going to go with the Air Force.
  • Her majesties armed forces! Royal engineers… that’s about the only thing I’m good at.
  • i was air force like my dad. i'm in a military family, we've had members in every branch of the u.s. military, canadian military, british, and even the french (though none of us were french) dating back to the revolutionary war. to be honest, i hope to break that tradition, no more military for my family ;)
  • I'd say Air force if I had no other choice. My father is in the Air Force and does a pretty good job at what he does, he tests soon to become Chief aswell, so we will see what happens! But the only thing I don't like is the whole moving around every 4 years, I am in Germany right now and have one more year until we are back in the states, but I guess it has been an interesting experience, it gives you a chance to travel to places in Europe. So if you like to serve the country and travel Air force is for you! as for me I find myself interested in Art, but since it asked which I perfered I gave you an answer! -Jessica Edgell soon to be Zeidler.
  • Army all the way. More options when it comes to jobs, best promotion rate in all of the armed forces. Also, since its the biggest branch, you tend to get more options for duty stations, more and larger shopping facilities. Also, only in the army do you pick a specific job. The others you pck what is called a "rate". that is a general description for a type of job and they can put you wherever they want. Army is more specific. there is a 95% chance that you will do your specific job. BTW, I am in the army
  • Well ya know, I've never really been a "joiner". ;-)
  • Definitely the Army...if I spelled enlist with an i. If I knew how to use a spellchecker, the Navy. If I actually *used* the spellchecker, the Air Force. If I knew how to spell, the Marines.
  • it's tough, I'm debating between Navy and Marines. and it would be straight marines if they had corpsman.
  • The Army or Marines... Probably the Army because only the brass get night-vision goggles in the Marines.
  • I was in the Navy for 5 years...been out for over 2. I must say, I do miss the military lifestyle. Believe it or not, I spend zero days on a ship.... I have web page about joining the navy if you want to check it out. It'll give you an idea about what to expect... http://www.squidoo.com/joiningthenavy
  • I enlisted in the Marine Corps, and regret not having RE-ENLISTED. I'd be half way to retirement by now.
  • Did, Air Force. Army- camp in tents in godforsaken places- that sucks. Marines- camp in the field in godforsaken places- that sucks. Navy- see the world through a porthole- that sucks. Air Force- Cable T.V. is out- that sucks.
  • No space cadets?
  • I'd choose army or marine corps.
  • Navy Seals.
  • Well after you take your ASVAB test then decide on which branch to go in. The branch that you score the highest go into that branch. I should have follow that rule I would have been a Devil Dog..
  • Air Force
  • Marines seriously
  • Air Force :D
  • marine hoorah

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