Should I go air force reserves or army active duty?

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Asked at 2012-09-23 15:34:03
Ok , I passed the ASVAB ( score above 50) . My recruiter told me that my debt ratio is high and it woul have to submit a waiver to get into the air force. I have to pay a credit card that is in collection ( $ 3,000 ) or pay 25 % of it and get my credit. Also I have a car payment of $ 499.81 and my half of the rent is $ 330. I usually take home between $ 650 - $ 777 every month for 1 and 15 . My recruiter told me that my credit problems for the care of the creation of a payment plan and you have proof that you are caring and work on getting my debt by May or June , and then put in a waiver or may not I will need a guess . I also told him I'm going out of my apartment so I should reduce my debt ratio. I talked to an Army recruiter and told me that my problem credit ( s ) would not be a problem and wants me to sign on Tuesday for the trial of the deputies . My question is do you feel MedlinePlus As would be better for me to wait and take care of the issues of credit and debt ratios and request the Air Force ? Or should I say hit and go active duty army now and get that money ? I know the quality of the air force of life is claimed to be generally better than any other branch , but the army will take me on as e -4 ( Air Force E -3) and pay up to $ 65, 000 for the student loan ( $ 10,000 Air Force max ) .... What do you think would be the best way to go ? ( ps- if you 're wondering why I'm running to join a branch ... is because my work can be removed on or before June )
Answer1Rita Z.Answered at 2012-10-25 09:40:09
I did not even see what to compare. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Your question to do , get a part time job or a full time job . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What quality of life have to do with stocks ? It is only two days a month .
MedlinePlus 1. Want a part time , two days a month of work , or a full-time job ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus That is the only issue to be concerned about? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Active Duty : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus full time payment MedlinePlus housing MedlinePlus food MedlinePlus medical MedlinePlus Reservations :
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