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 How long does it take to become an officer in the Army?

Answer Four paths lead to becoming a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army: Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), direct commission, Officer Candidate School (OCS) and the U.S. Military Academy. You must... Read More »
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How long is Army warrant officer school?

Army warrant officer candidate school requires nine weeks of Army Basic Combat Training and then six weeks of Warrant Officer School. Upon successful completion of these first two components, you t... Read More »
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What happens if a army soilders has PTSD and gets an dishonorable discharge from the army from hitting an officer?

He considers himself fortunate that he was not charged criminally and court marshalled for striking an officer, and goes home to carry on with his life as best he can.
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According to the army foi officer at ft knox KY minor children are automatically emancipated when they enlisted in the army at age 17 is this correct?

You are not automatically emancipated. Everything else stays the same except for the fact that you are a soldier. To enlist, you must be 17 with parental consent or 18 without parental consent. ... Read More »
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What is the difference between enlisting with the army vs doing the rotc program and going into the army as an officer?

Irregardless you will need to enlist into the Army, the ROTC program offered through some colleges requires you to be in the Army Reserves prior to applying for the Scholarship, it is your choice o... Read More »
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