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I found some old post about this topic but only a few people were involved and it was from quite a few years back. I thought I'd bring it up again for more clarification for all. Looking for suggestions on how to/ how you enter military experience into CASPA. What are your thoughts on dividing all of that up between medical and non-medical experience, training and schools, deployment vs. garrison, leadership roles, and awards? Did you add past certs that have since lapsed? Should it be broken down by each duty station or each title? Also, how did you quantify the number of hours and should it be one lump sum or divided up? Any thoughts would helpful.
Former AD Army 92R, 68V....soon to be graduating from PA school in Dec 2017. I am interested in loan repayments and serving. I will be moving to Buffalo, NY in early 2018. Does anyone have any information on a number of slots, (if any assigned to BFLO or Rochester) where I would drill, or who I may be assigned to, deployment opportunities and or military training opportunities? I've spoken to an AMEDD recruiter, but he had limited information on these questions. I'm currently out of state and it's it's several hours away. I'd be interested in the Army, Navy, or Airforce, but I'm under the impression there's no financial benefit in the latter two. Any information would be helpful, and greatly appreciated. V.
I am a senior in high school planning on attending a four-year State University next year and joinijg ROTC. I am planning on entering into the medical field probably as a PA and am interested in going the military route. The college I'm going to has Air Force and Army ROTC so I have decided to go to go either Air Force or army. I've already spoken to my local National Guard recruiter and I've learned about the armies program for PAs but my parents are really pushing for me to go Air Force because it's "safer". I really like the army's program but I am open to airforce too. If I go airforce I am also open to active duty.I personally don't care about the safety factor and I don't mind short deployments but I want to put my education first while serving my country at the same time. Does Air Force have a good PA program too? I also may be interested in going for physician later on.