Your current location, or if you'd have to kill us after you told us, just put "Other".
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine, Family, Friend, Other
Active, Veteran, Retired, Recruit, Family, Spouse, Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Son, Daughter, Friend, Other.
Infantry, Armor, Military Police, Medic, Pilot, etc.
The key to finding other veterans via the "Career" field is for each term to be short, specific, and to separate different terms with commas. For example: Veteran #1, who puts "Infantry" as his Career, will match everyone who has "Infantry" in their Career; however, Veteran #2, who puts in "Infantry PSG in Korea" will only match that exact term. He will not match "Infantry" "PSG" or "Korea". Meanwhile, Veteran #1 could find Veteran #2 because they both have the word "Infantry" in their Career. We also recommend you spell out terms like "Military Police", and do not use periods or abbreviations like "cbt. mdc.". If you put your career field identifier, it is better to only put the short version, like "95B" instead of "95B40HM". Put each item on a separate line or separate them by commas. No HTML allowed.
Tell us something about yourself.
What you have learned from your military experience that you would like to share with others.