USA Army Recruiting 2019 : Are you want to become a military officer in USA army, then this is right time as US army hiring various army officer
Requirements To Join US army
- U.S. citizen or
- Lawful permanent resident with a valid Green Card (You may have fewer job choices.)
Enlist at 17 with parental consent, or 18 or older without. Each service has a different enlistment age limit:
- Marines: 28
- Coast Guard: 31
- Army: 34
- Air Force: 39
- Navy: 39
Education and Testing
- High school diploma or
- GED (Your options may be more limited in some branches.)
Everyone must take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. It determines which branches and jobs you can pursue.
Health and Fitness
Pass a physical exam and meet weight limits. Each service has different fitness standards.
Steps for Enlisting
1. Contact a Recruiter
Get in touch with a recruiter for each branch you’re interested in. They’ll answer your questions.
2. Report to MEPS
If you decide to enlist, you’ll spend a day at a military entrance processing station (MEPS). You’ll take the ASVAB, have your physical exam, and meet with a career counselor. If you’re accepted, you’ll take the oath of enlistment.
3. Await Orders for Basic Training
You’ll receive orders for basic training within a few weeks. If you enrolled in the delayed entry program, you’ll get orders within a year.
To learn more and to find a recruiter, go to usa.gov/join-military.
Educational and Testing Requirements for Enlisting
You must take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. The ASVAB has 10 subtests.
- Your scores on four of those make up your Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score. This score determines which branch(es) you may join. Each branch has its own lowest score for joining.
- Your scores on all 10 subtests determine which job specialties you qualify for..
You can prepare for the ASVAB by taking sample questions.
You must have a high school diploma or a GED to enlist. The services accept only a small number of people with GEDs each year. You can increase your chances of qualifying with a GED by:
- Earning some college credits and/or
- Scoring well on the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT)