US Sipai tang duh te tana hriat tur pawimawhte

October 19th, 2012 2:12 pm by Lallianvula

Hei le USA a kal duh teh – Tuipuiral a US sipai tang duh te tan Zofate tan kawng a ko ve reng anih hi maw le…

US Air Force ka tan hnu hian, US military chungchang hi zawhna ka dawng tam em em a. USA ah Mizo kan pung zel a, sipai tang chak tak tak pawh kan pung zel bawk. Chuvangin zawhna ka dawn tam ber te  zinga mi ka rawn tar lang a ni.

How many branches are in U.S. Armed forces?
U.S. Armed Forces have five branches – Air Force, Army, Marine, Navy, and coast Guard.

What are the qualifications to join in U.S. Armed force?
The following are the basic requirements :

  • You must be a U.S. citizen or green card holder
  • Be between the ages of 17-34 ( see below for cut off age for each branch)
  • Have a high school diploma.
  • Speak, write and read English fluently.
  • Have no more than two dependents.
  • Take and pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test.
  • Pass a Military Entrance Processing Station medical exam.

To join the… You must:
Air Force Be between the ages of 17-27.
Reserve -35
Have no more than two dependents.
Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. (Minimum Score: 40)
Women are eligible to enlist exception of some job
Army Be between the ages of 17-34.
Reserve -35
Have no more than two dependents.
Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. (Minimum  Score: 31)
Women are eligible to enlist exception of some job
Coast Guard Be between the ages of 17- 39
Have no more than two dependents.
Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery  (ASVAB) test. (Minimum Score:45)
Have a willingness to serve on or around the water.
Women are eligible to enlist exception of some job
Marines Meet exacting physical, mental, and moral standards.
Be between the ages of 17-29.
Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)test. (Minimum  Score: 32)
Women are eligible to enlist in all occupational exception of combat arms specialties: infantry, tank and amphibian tractor crew members.
Navy Be between the ages of 17-34.
reserve – 38
Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. (Minimum  Score: 35)
Women are eligible to enlist in all occupational fields, with the exception of serving in the Navy Seals or on submarines.

Active is full time and reserve is part time in military.

What’s the ASVAB?
The ASVAB is a test that measures your aptitudes. It consists of word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, arithmetic reasoning, mathematics knowledge, general science, auto and shop information, mechanical comprehension, electronics information, numerical operations and coding speed. You can borrow and study ASVAD book from your local library.

What would pay be like?

Military pay is no secret. Check out  at the web about  military pay for active dutyReserve, and Guard. It is  the same salary for the same rank to everyone.

Can I take college courses or other training programs while in the military?

Yes. The military will pay up to 100% of the first $4,500 in tuition costs for college courses you take in your free time. Remember, off-duty courses can’t interfere with your military duties. It is very difficult to go to college while in military. I have to drop a lot of my classes because of unexpected military duties such as work long hours, shift changes, temporary duty etc. You will hear a lot like “Mission come first.”

How long and where is basic training (boot camp)?

Branch         Duration    Place
Air Force      8 weeks      Lack-land Air Force Base, San-Antonio, Texas.
Army            9 weeks      5 different  place depend on your job
Marine       13 weeks  Parris Island, SC(east cost), San Diego(west cost)
Navy            8 weeks       Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Illinois.
Coast Guard   8 weeks  Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May,
New Jersey

What is the process to join military?

First meet recruiter and pass the ASVAD test. After you clear everything with recruiter, ship out to basic training. After you finish basic training, you will go to school to learn what you are going to do at the military. Once you finish school, you will get an order to go to your permanent duty station.

Remember you’re basically signing away your life by joinning military. It is important that you are frank with your recruiter. Don’t hesitate to ask questions. You should work to get the job you want. Be honest with yourself; serving in the military is not like a regular job. You can’t just quit when the going gets tough unless it is for a valid hardship reason (i.e. someone in your immediate family is terminally ill, and your presence is required). Remember, military is not for everyone.

The Buddy Deal. Services have programs where friends who sign up together can go through training together, be stationed together or even start with advanced rank and pay just because you sign up together. Be sure to ask your recruiter about the current availability of this and other bonuses.  Be sure to ask your choice of duty station.

Valtea MBA
US Air Force

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    sangtea19 Says:

    A hot viau dawn a maw ka tia sin mawle.

    H.Vangchhia chu tarmit dum i bun a khua i hmu zau lo deuh nge, bawm rang ho i kawm tam lu tuk deuh lol. ;-)

    Kan lady then khat ten US Sipai in ngai sang awma. Hei facebook ah mizo officer pakhat ka hmu a, in contact duh chuan, tu huatthu mah ka sawi loang chu mawle.

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