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Interested in joint the military? Find out how!

There are two ways of joining the military: enlisting and commissioning as an officer. Knowing the difference is vital to your decision making process. Click HERE to learn more about the ways to serve. If you’re interested in serving as an officer, you have five options: Part of making an informed decision on which branch you want to join includes researching the different entrance requirements, benefits and jobs that are offered. Click HERE for more information about each of the options for becoming an officer. Look HERE for a list of important questions to ask your recruiter. Questions about GI Bill benefits? CLICK HERE. Contact your counselor to get connected with a recruiter and steps on enlisting!

  • Attend a senior military college or service academy
  • Enroll at a traditional college or university with a Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program
  • Attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) after graduating from college
  • Receive a direct commission after earning a professional degree
  • Advance through the enlisted ranks and then complete officer training