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Good Morning, Currently, I am on my last semester of undergrad. I currently have my SEAL challenge contract and have a spot to go to BUD/S. I want to be a Physician Assistant in the future but prefer serving my country as a SOCM. Once I am old and cant go anymore I will apply to go to Physician Assistant School. My goal was set on SEAL and be a medic but I just heard about SARC and they do more medicine. Plus more people who come out of SARC have a high chance of going into Physician Assistant school, from what I've been told. I never heard of a SEAL being a PA. My questio
Hi I am applying for Navy HSCP and I am trying to get as much information as I can. 1. What is your rank or pay grade once you graduate from PA masters program and passing your PANCE? 2. When you become a commissioned officer after graduating your PA program, will your pay grade be for that rank with more than 2 years service or what because the 2 years studying and receiving HSCP benefits are considered active duty time as E6? 3. For medical duty station (orientation)? which should I pick and which is more preferable? San Diego or Mayo? Can I pick an overseas station like Bahrain