I have a few more questions I want to ask. For those who have not seen me post, don't know my age, don't know what I want to do this first part is for you. If you saw my other threads just skip to the second part. 1. I am 15 years old right now and I have wanted to join the military my whole life. My ultimate goal is to be special forces. I want to join the army right out of high school(Yes, the army. Not the Marines, Navy, or Air force. No offense to those who have served in any of those. I have thought about it and I think the army is whats best for me.) If you plan on telling me not to join or to do something else like ''Be a doctor'' or ''You could die'' or anything like that its best you don't comment. 2. Now, I can get to the point of this thread. I am still trying to figure out a plan for joining, its actually stressing me out( I think to much sometimes.) My first plan was join as a ranger(11x op 40), do that for awhile, then try and go to selection for special forces. I have done some thinking since then though. My friend and I plan on enlisting together(Do they still do the buddy program?) we have known each other since pre school and have always wanted to enlist. I was talking with him about joining and turns out he wants to do the same thing I plan on doing but he plans on just being a ranger not going sf. So now I was thinking I could join as regular infantry along with my friend(I want 11b) then see if we can go to ranger school. Questions 1. If we both join as infantry and there is still a buddy program, what are the chances of us fighting together/ deploying together? 2. How difficult do you think it would be for both of us to go to ranger school/get a spot to go?(I know you don't go to ranger school right away) I will be posting more questions, just cant remember all of them now. You guys are probably thinking '' ask your recruiter'', well I could but they like to not so much lie but ''stretch the truth'' because im young. I just want opinions from all of you, it does not need to be fact. By the way, to those who served thank you for your service.