Are they the same thing?
So my brother says he wants to join the military because he is interested in the military and thinks it's cool.
Is having interest in the military and thinking they are cool the same thing as thinking combat is fun (like "Call of Duty")?
Joining the military because you like "Call of Duty" and think combat would be fun (like "Call of Duty") makes you sound stupid. But is that the same thing as joining the military because you are interested in it and like it?
- 1 month ago
There are aspects of the military that are cool, but military service is a 24-7-365 job and combat can be either an exhilarating experience or a nightmare one relives until death. Few really know what they're in for when they take the oath, until they've spent some time actually fulfilling it, but hopefully your brother is thinking it through.
- capitalgentlemanLv 71 month ago
No. I had wanted to join the military by the time I was 4, which was in 1963, LONG before video games! And, in 1977, I did join, and stayed in the Regular Force for 25 years, and I am still in as a Reservist, for 43 years service altogether. And, I've still never played COD, and am not much interested in it.