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U.S. Navy second generation

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By Anonymous 4 Years Ago

That is entirely up to you. If you go to WSU, you'll have to pay for tiuiton. But if You go through the Navy you'll be going through 3 months of intense studying and practice to become a liscence Nurse. After your four year commitment of enlistment, all you would have to do is take the bar exam and find a suitable hospital you would like to work in as a civilian nurse, and with Military experience, that won't be very hard to do. Your pay will also be very very good too in the navy. Better than spending four years in college, having a loan and debt.

By Anonymous 7 Years Ago

NWIP / Military ID and Tricare are 2 different tihgns. You need a new ID card and if you are over 21 then you need to get her proof that you are a student. To get one you need a Form DD1172 and a Power of Attorney from her to go get one from the closest Pass

By CycleCyndy 12 Years Ago

Paul served in the Navy, and now his twin girls serve. Stationed in Japan. Pray they come home soon. THANKS to this U.S. family second generation Navy.

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