What should I ask for in an Army contract?
Ask questions about Army life, pay, training and whatever else you’re concerned with. If there’s something you want, such as IT training or money for education, ask whether that’s an option. If you have useful experience or special background, such as ROTC, mention it to the recruiter.
How do I get a copy of my enlistment contract?
You can request your military records in any of these ways:
- Mail or fax a Request Pertaining to Military Records (Standard Form SF 180) to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC).
- Write a letter to the NPRC.
- Visit the NPRC in person.
- Contact your state or county Veterans agency.
- Hire an independent researcher.
Where can I find my enlistment contract Army?
Visit the Request Your Military Service Records Online, by Mail, or by Fax page on the National Archives site to start a request for your paper-based OMPF information. A: The National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis, MO holds historical Military Personnel Records of nearly 100 million veterans.
Can you negotiate Army contract?
Negotiating Your Army Contract It is absolutely important that you take the process seriously, negotiate with the Army recruiter, and take your time!
What is the shortest Army contract?
Two years is the shortest amount of time a new enlistee can sign up for active duty, however, there is a catch. You actually have an eight-year commitment but you can perform this commitment as an active duty member, a Reservist, or Individual Ready Reservist (IRR).
How long is a army contract?
The Army offers enlistment contracts of two years, three years, four years, five years, and six years. Only a few Army jobs are available for two and three year enlistees (mainly those jobs that don’t require much training time, and that the Army is having a hard time getting enough recruits).
Does Army offer 2 year contracts?
What do Army recruiters lie about?
You do not have to deploy. This is a lie, everyone is eligible to deploy. Some recruiters might tell you that if you sign up for a certain job, or certain branch (Air Force is common) that you will not have to deploy. Regardless of your job or branch, you are still eligible to deploy.
What would disqualify me from the military?
There are age, citizenship, physical, education, height/weight, criminal record, medical, and drug history standards that can exclude you from joining the military.