- Which military branch has best benefits?
- Which military branch has the best food?
- What is the most dangerous military job?
- What branch of the military is the easiest?
- Which branch of the military is the most family friendly?
- What branch of the military is the safest?
- Which military branch pays the most?
- What is the hardest boot camp?
Which military branch has best benefits?
Which Branch of the Military has the Best Benefits?ARMY.
The Army is accountable for the defense of the United States on land.AIR FORCE.
The Air Force oversees the protection of our country from the air.MARINE CORPS.
Which military branch has the best food?
Here’s my own ranking; Coast Guard. Navy. USAF. Army. USMC.
What is the most dangerous military job?
The 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in the MilitaryRifleman. … Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) expert. … Forward observer. … Cavalry scout/Reconnaissance. … Combat medic/Corpsman. … Driver. … Pararescue/Winchman. … Combat engineer.More items…•
What branch of the military is the easiest?
the Air ForceBut airmen agree the Air Force probably has the easiest basic training. “I think it’s Marine Corps, Army, Navy and then Air Force,” said Tech.
Which branch of the military is the most family friendly?
The Air ForceThe Air Force has the reputation of having the best quality of life programs (dormitories, family housing, on-base shopping and services, and recreation) of all the military service branches.
What branch of the military is the safest?
US Air Force – If you’re considering the military, it’s the safest branch (navy isn’t bad either) | Glassdoor.
Which military branch pays the most?
the Marine CorpsThe highest ranking enlisted Marine, Sgt. Maj of the Marine Corps Ronald Green, makes over $90,000 a year in base pay alone. Military officer pay is much higher.
What is the hardest boot camp?
The Marines’ San Diego training station is the toughest in the nation: 688 recruits broke lower-leg — tibia and fibula — bones there from 2004 to 2010 (that translates into a rate of 28.9 fractures per 1,000 years of training).