Which military branch do you think is the most suitable for me? I am attending the Boot camp of the US Navy, and I passed the swimming test and many tests. However, I hate most of people there don't respect me. Although I got a perfect WTI, the RDCs framed me to have a lot of hits that I didn't have. They never showed me or talked about the results of the tests. I certainly believe either they made some huge mistakes or they wrongfully framed me for negative performance on purpose. Especially the RDCs and those personnel in the Chain of Command, they are not fair and are mean, e.g. yelling at me without any rational reasons, not listening to me at all. Although I was told that I would be yelled at in the Boot camp as Everybody would be yelled at in Boot camp. Which military branch do you think is the suitable for me? 1) I want my hard work and good performance be recognized. 2) I need to be respected for my hard works. 3) I don't want any easily fatal duties commanded to kill my life. So I would like to join the branch that doesn't command dangerous or fatal duty. 4) I would like to have the job in medical field like my job in Hospital Corpsman. 5) I need money for college. 6) (Optional but Preferred) Which military branch must give martial art training for everybody at the basic training even though later on my job requirement would not necessarily need the martial art skill? 7) I am interested in aviation, too. Therefore, which military branch has been being respected? Which military branch have the medical field job that doesn't have dangerous or fatal duties at all? Which military branch regards a fair treatment and respects human beings usually? Which military branch meets all my desires?
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- catkan11Lv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
I've not been to the States. I have no idea which military branch treats newbies nicely. I only know one thing as a person in the workforce for many years:"You don't DEMAND respect from people. You EARN respect from people."
If you are really good, if you are helpful, if you know your shortcomings and admit it, if you improve on what people tell you to, if you have proved yourself steadfast on your goals, if you withstand pressure well, if you take failures and learn lessons from them...Do it well, and earn respect from your track record.
Remember, you are just a new comer. All the guys up there is more experienced than you. May be you get perfect scores but your other attributes needs improvement. Perfect score does not imply good performance. Their doubts about you is normal. To be yelled at is normal. You got it right. So does the "not-listening". Man, these guys are not here to entertain you. Your future in the military is not about being entertained. If this is what you expect, you will not find any job to meet your desires, not in and out of the military service, and will give you the money for college. .
If you are patient enough to read this far without getting angry, congratulations, there are still some jobs suitable for you. My suggestion is that you shouldn't try the military service at all. Go find a job or internship that requires more on professional training and less on track records. You get respect from people by studying and getting a license to practice, say as a medical doctor, lawyer, etc, you get respect as a professional because you are now better than your clients. People will listen to your advice, and it's up to you if you want to work in hazardous conditions too.