Hello everyone. Pretty soon I'll be walking into a recruiting office for the Marines and Army. I'm living overseas at the moment. What kind of documents do I need to bring to the recruiter? Passport, birth certificate? etc.?
I dont want to leave/forget some documents 10,000 miles away when the recruiter asks for them. Thanks for reading.
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Your recruiter will give you a list of the documents needed to process for the military, the sooner you start gathering the documents the sooner you can join the military. These are just some examples of the documents you may be asked to bring. If you are unable to locate the documents, you may need extra time to order the necessary replacement documents. An early start will make the process of joining much smoother.
Recruiters need to know your complete medical history, if you are married, have dependents, attended college. Recruiters are trying to help you, not disqualify you. Disclosing your medical history and getting supporting documentation for medical issues will give you the best possible chance of qualifying for the military.
Bring whatever documents, certificae, paperwork you believe are important enough to bring.
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Depending on where you are living and what service branch most interests you, you may not be 10,000 miles away from a recruiter. There are Army and Navy recruiters in Europe and in Hawaii.
Thank you for the good detailed replies guys. Helps out a lot.
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