Garett24

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Nov 4, 2014
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I am applying soon and I didn't get a 3 year Army, 3 Year AF, or NHSC. Is the 2 year AF even more competitive? I thought my stats were decent. 3.55 gpa w 22 DAT and leadership.

In addition I am waitlisted on the 3 year ARMY OML. Does still being on the waitlist this far along basically mean my chances are shot?

Thanks,

A dude who is trying so freaking hard to be in the military.

Also, I am A D2 now
 

PreDentTechySon

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I am applying soon and I didn't get a 3 year Army, 3 Year AF, or NHSC. Is the 2 year AF even more competitive? I thought my stats were decent. 3.55 gpa w 22 DAT and leadership.

In addition I am waitlisted on the 3 year ARMY OML. Does still being on the waitlist this far along basically mean my chances are shot?

Thanks,

A dude who is trying so freaking hard to be in the military.

Also, I am A D2 now
I'd be interested to see the respone to this. I applied for the AF 4 year and 3 year (waitlisted for both) and was told there was a max on the number of times you could apply.
 
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esqueleto

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Jul 21, 2016
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Yes, I think 2 year is an available option. Is it still worth it? I believe payback is 3 years even though they only pay for 2 years.
 
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Garett24

Garett24

2+ Year Member
Nov 4, 2014
137
141
Tallahassee
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Pre-Dental
Yes, I think 2 year is an available option. Is it still worth it? I believe payback is 3 years even though they only pay for 2 years.
You tell me. 400k and make around 140k when you are out or 200k and make around 90k with mad benefits. Still debating. The amount of benefits my military friends get is insane.
 

esqueleto

2+ Year Member
Jul 21, 2016
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You tell me. 400k and make around 140k when you are out or 200k and make around 90k with mad benefits. Still debating. The amount of benefits my military friends get is insane.
I completely understand your dilemma. I'm also trying to decide whether or not this is the right move for me.
 

AVB2104

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May 17, 2013
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You tell me. 400k and make around 140k when you are out or 200k and make around 90k with mad benefits. Still debating. The amount of benefits my military friends get is insane.
I doubt you will make 140k starting. Also not all your income is taxable in the military.
 
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