There are a few steps but not easy steps to follow how to apply for the military. Don't you ever wonder how to apply for the military? There are not that many steps that you would need to follow in order to apply. I have listed 4 steps you should follow.
Step 1.TAKE THE ARMED SERVICES VOCATIONAL APTITUDE BATTERY (ASVAB)
These guys are taking the ASVAB.
The ASVAB is a multiple-choice exam that helps determine the careers for which an individual is best suited. Both traditional pen-and-paper exams and a computer-based version are available. The ASVAB takes approximately three hours to complete and has questions about standard school subjects like math, English, writing and science. Each Service uses a custom combination of ASVAB results to produce scores related to different career fields.
Step 2. PASS THE PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
This guy wants to apply for the military so this requires getting a check up. You cant join the military if you have any problems with your eyes, ears, etc.
The physical is a regular medical exam, similar to what you would receive at a family doctor. They will be checking Height and weight measurements, Hearing and vision examinations, Urine and blood tests, Drug and alcohol tests, Muscle group and joint maneuvers, Specialized test if required (pregnancy test for women, body fat percentage test for those who are overweight, tests relating to any unusual medical history) The military will need to make sure that you are healthy enough to enter. These are the requirements that will happen.
STEP 3: MEET WITH A COUNSELOR AND DETERMINE A CAREER
This guy is ready to go find his job for the military.
You will meet with a counselor to find the right job that suits you. After you find your job then you will sign an agreement to join the military. It is important to understand this fully before signing. When a recruit signs this agreement, he or she is making a serious commitment to the Military!
STEP 4: TAKE THE OATH
They took the oath and now are part of the military.
Once you pick the career that has been determined, you are ready to take the Oath of Enlistment. In this statement, the recruit vows to defend thI e U.S. Constitution and obey the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). When this happens family members are allowed to come and take pictures of you entering the military.
If you're wondering how a little girl would know all this or why should we believe her, it's because I am a proud daughter of two parents who serve in the army. I ask a lot of question like how would you apply for the military. These are the steps that you would need to follow in order to apply for the military. I some day want to be part of the military and if you follow these steps I will see you there.
Thank you to all who have served and are still serving for the military. 🇺🇸