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90-day wonder?


lceah

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my friend today told me she knows that the army has this thing you can "be in the army" for 90 days and become a leutenant...

 

is this true you guys? has anyone done this or know of anyone? I'm not saying I will do this (I would probably get into so much trouble the first few days, they would dishonorably discharge me lol) but it's so interesting! thanks :)

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O-1E is the airforce equivalent of an O-1, a 2nd Lieutenant.

 

And no you can't be sent anywhere during those 90 days, other than another training site. Afterwards is a different story, lol.

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The real fun is when you join and start actually doing it. or atleast that is what I heard from everybody I know.

 

I have heard some fun stuff too. but mainly navy cause every I know is in the navy.

My best friend is in the navy and he loves the seamen on his poop deck. lol

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lol funny!

 

I like knowing about it but I would be too scared of being sent to war to actually join lol scary movies scare me and I close my eyes and hide next to the person sitting next to me lol I'm a chicken hehe

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It's called OCS, or Officer Candidate School.

You have to enlist with a Bachelor's Degree, and you go straight from basic to OCS.

90 days total time.

As opposed to enlisting beforehand and getting them to pay for your bachelor's degree?

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thanks you guys :)

 

O-1E? Officer 1E? lol I have no clue

 

could one be sent to another place or country during these 90 days?

 

O-1E stands a 2nd Lt. that was prior enlisted. Depending on what you do and what is stated in the contract you can come in as a O-1E (2nd Lt.), O-2E (1st Lt.), or and O-3E (Capt.)

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O-1E stands a 2nd Lt. that was prior enlisted. Depending on what you do and what is stated in the contract you can come in as a O-1E (2nd Lt.), O-2E (1st Lt.), or and O-3E (Capt.)

 

as Kegan stated, I would start at OCS...I guess I would do what I do now...engineering...

 

but have no clue what they would make me do...would be fun to blow some things up though lol

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How long before you can start prestige mode?

 

bwahahahahaha. that seriously made me lol.

 

im gonna go in as a cw1 here pretty soon. hopefully.

i dont want my specialist rank back.

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As an OCS candidate with an engineering degree, you'd most likely want to go to Army Corps of Engineers.

 

But you can also do anything else, finance, medical, etc...

 

Edit: I love my sham shield, why don't you? lol

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Thanks guys :) you guys really made me understand it a lot more :)

 

Kegan, I used to want to become one but I'm scared of having someone else's life in my hands...at my job, well if the rocket blows up, oh well, the billion dollar satellite goes! that's it! lol

 

hehehe...I would go in as anything since my reason is to have fun!! haha I would like to blow things up hehe

 

my friend was saying that I wouldn't be dishonorably discharged unless if there was stealing/killing and such...so that wouldn't apply to me...lol

 

the_big_dl86, what is your job? and I'll update my car thread soon...hehe...

 

about the color codes...search online or find a manual that has it for your car...

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