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I have a friend that is doing STA-21 currently. She's been in for roughly 8 years and just hit Chief (iirc). She said its a great deal and great way to get your commission. I plan on dropping my packet when I get to Hawaii (I'm training to be a CTI currently. I turned down nuke for this.. I think math/science + huge enlistment bonus would have been a smarter idea).
I always wanted to be a pilot and knew I was too immature to go to college straight out of high school so I wanted a job in the Navy that would set me up to get my commission. That's why I chose nuke. A lot of people talk crap about being a nuke and they have no idea. It isn't nearly as bad as they say. There were some crappy times, but that goes with any rate. I'm not really good at math, so thankfully the math wasn't bad at all. I do miss the large bonuses I got, but I'd rather be where I'm at then get those.

As far as you and your friend go, STA-21 is a great option, and they are opening it up to more than just URL. If you have any questions or want any advice on your personal statement, or any other part of the package, then just let me know. What community do you want to go into as an officer?
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I was enlisted for 11 years and was a submarine nuclear reactor operator where I deployed numerous times to various places. Now I am learning to fly. I can answer questions about submarine life, being a nuke, and some about flight school because I'm still in it. Also for any enlisted guys, I received my commission through the STA-21 program, so I can help with questions about that as well.
My plan is to go Officer. I only have a few semesters left to get my degree. Currently, there aren't any officer positions in my career field, but the Army has a very similar job that is Officer Only....I'm debating it. Word is though, that the Air Force will be creating an Officer position within my career field in the coming years, so we'll see how that plays out.

The problem also happens to be that the Air Force is getting rid of alot of Officers right now, but will hopefully open positions up in the next 5-10 years or so.
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My plan is to go Officer. I only have a few semesters left to get my degree. Currently, there aren't any officer positions in my career field, but the Army has a very similar job that is Officer Only....I'm debating it. Word is though, that the Air Force will be creating an Officer position within my career field in the coming years, so we'll see how that plays out.

The problem also happens to be that the Air Force is getting rid of alot of Officers right now, but will hopefully open positions up in the next 5-10 years or so.
What career field is that? And all branches are cutting down now, not just the AF.
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"Right sizing!"

I'd go Information Warfare or something similar. I'm stationed @ DLI currently and I would slide right into it perfectly. I'd have to change quite a bit to qualify for tactical fields with the language.. and I'm not even sure if mine would transfer over as well.
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When we were out, they reenlisted 60 nukes and the bonus total was like 1.5 million. This does not boost morale for a crew that had to leave early for deployment/workups because we couldnt pass ORSE.
Nukes do work pretty hard though, it seemed like every night just after taps there was another drill going on down there.

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As far as you and your friend go, STA-21 is a great option, and they are opening it up to more than just URL. If you have any questions or want any advice on your personal statement, or any other part of the package, then just let me know. What community do you want to go into as an officer?
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When we were out, they reenlisted 60 nukes and the bonus total was like 1.5 million. This does not boost morale for a crew that had to leave early for deployment/workups because we couldnt pass ORSE.
Nukes do work pretty hard though, it seemed like every night just after taps there was another drill going on down there.
They have to give away big bonuses to the nukes to keep them around. I could have gotten out and gone to be an SRO at a civilian plant making 6 figures easily. I understand that the cone gets pissed about the nukes pay, but they do actually deserve it (if they can pass ORSE that is).
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Best rate in the Navy.....HM (Hosptial Corpsman)

If I could do it all over again I would have went into Special Forces and shoot for a SEAL team Medic or gone SARC (Special amphibious reconnaissance Corpsman) A medic of a Marine Recon team.

But I got out after my first enlistment because I thought the civilian world was going to be so much better, turns out...it wasnt and I tried to re enlist as an HM again and the process was going to take a bit. Then I ended up landing a good job so I stayed a civilian, and I just found out we are having a kid. So now im no longer going to re enlist. I have been out for just over a year. Heck maybe we are giving birth to a future SEAL Corpsman....That would make me a proud daddy haha.

Anyway enough babbling. As you can see im pretty biased towards my rate in the Navy. But youll find out that alot of Service members really enjoy the rate they are in and some hate it.

But honestly you have to think what you like the best and what field you want to go into that would fit you the best. In the Navy you can do everything from chase **** through pipes on a ship to being a Tier 1 Navy SEAL.
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However, I might deploy to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to work as medical with the inmates. We'll see how that goes.

I'm pulling ASF right now myself. Cake job indeed, though here it isn't a TAD GIG but another watchbill added to your regular schedule.

You aint lying about shore duty sucking, a lot of times I'd rather be dealing with ship life. It's like the Navy has to over complicate things and make things more difficult than they have to be so there is a whole other layer of bullshit baked into shore duty.

I just got back from GTMO about a year ago working as a Guard. One of my good friends is a HM and is down there right now. HMs have it pretty good down there, other than having to pretend like you give a **** about the detainees health and well being. That being said they are very well behaved towards the medical staff, so things are usually pretty smooth for you all, but they do bitch about everything and anything in order to get a trip out of the camps.

Aside from being locked onto a military establishment and working a 4 on 2 off 12 & 12 schedule GTMO aint bad. The Scuba diving there is phenomenal and they have an excellent Marina. I myself was wakeboarding 3 times a week. If you can deal with being on a ship with the feeling of being locked in, and can look past the suck of the job, GTMO can actually be a pretty fun time.

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I'm pulling ASF right now myself. Cake job indeed, though here it isn't a TAD GIG but another watchbill added to your regular schedule.

You aint lying about shore duty sucking, a lot of times I'd rather be dealing with ship life. It's like the Navy has to over complicate things and make things more difficult than they have to be so there is a whole other layer of bullshit baked into shore duty.

I just got back from GTMO about a year ago working as a Guard. One of my good friends is a HM and is down there right now. HMs have it pretty good down there, other than having to pretend like you give a **** about the detainees health and well being. That being said they are very well behaved towards the medical staff, so things are usually pretty smooth for you all, but they do bitch about everything and anything in order to get a trip out of the camps.

Aside from being locked onto a military establishment and working a 4 on 2 off 12 & 12 schedule GTMO aint bad. The Scuba diving there is phenomenal and they have an excellent Marina. I myself was wakeboarding 3 times a week. If you can deal with being on a ship with the feeling of being locked in, and can look past the suck of the job, GTMO can actually be a pretty fun time.

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Oh and Corpsman is a great rate way better than my rate.

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