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Old 09-14-2013, 11:15 PM   #41
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There are waivers for almost everything except rape and murder.
Or tattoos within two inches of your wrist :/
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Well there ya go Axxe. Be sure to check back in, in about 13 weeks, and let us know how it went.
if it could happen, i'd be the only Marine ever in our family!
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Just go find some illegalos. They'll hook you up with a whole new identity, José.

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hmmmmmm..........anyone know where i can get an ID with a lower age on it? new birth certificate?

no rape or murders! so i'm good to go!
Ask the Pres. Where he got his. Seems like they did a bang up job on his.
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Ask the Pres. Where he got his. Seems like they did a bang up job on his.
I wish there was a like button on the mobile app. Very good sir
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ROFLMAO!!!!!!

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anyone know where i can get an ID with a lower age on it? new birth certificate?
Understand Hawaii is real popular with some folks. Ask Barry.

Max age for enlistment?
The maximum age of non-prior service enlistment, under federal law used to be age 35. In 2006 the Army tried to convince Congress to change this to age 44. Congress thought age 44 was too high, but raised the maximum enlistment age, under law, from 35 to age 42.
Regardless of federal law, the military services are allowed to impose stricter standards -- and many of them have. The maximum age for non-prior service enlistments for each of the services are:
•Active duty Army - 42
•Army Reserves - 42
•Army National Guard - 42
•Active duty Air Force - 27
•Air Force Reserve - 34
•Air National guard - 34
•Active duty Navy - 34
•Navy Reserves - 39
•Active duty Marines - 28
•Marine Corps Reserves - 29
•Active duty Coast Guard - 27
•Coast Guard Reserves - 27

There are some age waivers for prior service.

Commission? Max age is 35. Unless you are an MD- then it is 47. Unless you are an aviator (pilot/navigator). They do things....differently.
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Understand Hawaii is real popular with some folks. Ask Barry.

Max age for enlistment?
The maximum age of non-prior service enlistment, under federal law used to be age 35. In 2006 the Army tried to convince Congress to change this to age 44. Congress thought age 44 was too high, but raised the maximum enlistment age, under law, from 35 to age 42.
Regardless of federal law, the military services are allowed to impose stricter standards -- and many of them have. The maximum age for non-prior service enlistments for each of the services are:
•Active duty Army - 42
•Army Reserves - 42
•Army National Guard - 42
•Active duty Air Force - 27
•Air Force Reserve - 34
•Air National guard - 34
•Active duty Navy - 34
•Navy Reserves - 39
•Active duty Marines - 28
•Marine Corps Reserves - 29
•Active duty Coast Guard - 27
•Coast Guard Reserves - 27

There are some age waivers for prior service.

Commission? Max age is 35. Unless you are an MD- then it is 47. Unless you are an aviator (pilot/navigator). They do things....differently.
I figured it was 28 for enlisted active Marines as well as officers. Wasn't sure though.
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JW- two separate topics- 1. Entering the service, and 2. Being commissioned.

Some of us were enlisted swine- uh, enlisted SERVICE MEMBERS before they declared us to be an officer and a gentleman. I could be an NCO on active duty, but too old to be commissioned.

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