Lesseee........Army? I'll vote No. Navy? Yes. The Navy has more programs that you can actually USE when/if you ever decide to go back to civilian life. My nephew is whining he should have listened to me now since he scoffed at the Navy and joined the Army. After two tours in the sandbox, all he has been able to do is blow stuff up. Not much need for that in the civilian sector.
I was a nuclear-trained Machinist's Mate (mechanic) on a submarine in my Navy days. Crap wasn't easy. Anyway, when I got out, I had NUMEROUS opportunities for civilian employment. In fact, with my Navy Master Training Specialist and Instructor training, I got a job at a DOE nuclear waste disposal facility as an classroom/OJT instructor, and have worked at two commercial nuclear power plants in operations down in Florida. I got my current job at a animal pharmaceutical company because of my experience. And although it sucked at the time, the Navy gave me the best training/experience for transferable skills to the civilian sector I could ever hope for. Not to mention great paying jobs out of the deal.
This is not to knock the other services, because they have some good programs too, but the versatility and abundance of Naval training and job skill areas exceed most other military programs. And you can still blow stuff up in the Navy if that's your cup of tea. And if you really want to do some sneaky crap that's tough as hell, you can always volunteer to join the SEALS once your in the Navy.
Don't sell out to do the "easiest" thing. If the Navy is what you want, you got to get crackin' the books and do what you can to be ready when they are. It'll be the hardest skills you'll ever learn, but what you can take away from it AFTER you get out is so much more.
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