If you are considering a career in the U.S. Army, this article is for you. Below is a start to the finish recruitment process for joining the U.S. Army.
Get an ASVAB test: After the first fact-finding meeting was over, they also received a presentation on military life. The next step is to take the battery test for military service professional skills or ASVAB as it is more commonly referred.
Meet the recruiter: The first step in the recruiting process is to visit a local recruiting station. There may be a recruiter in your city. There are many ways to find ASVAB military test recruiters at andysasvabclass.com. Once you find him, call him to make an appointment.
Filtering process: At this initial stage, you will have to sit down and be interviewed by army recruiters. Be honest with recruiters. Don't try to hide anything that could affect your chances of enrolling, such as Medical history, crime, drug addiction, etc. After the meeting, the recruiter will ask you to bring documents to start with your paperwork.
Career counselor: Once you are in your medical record, the next step is to see a career counselor. A career adviser will provide you with a list of options that match your qualifications. You can choose one or ask a career advisor if you qualify for the other job you are looking for.
Visit MEPS: Your recruiter will schedule an appointment to visit a Military Processing Station (MEPS) after you take the ASVAB test. Here you will be faced with additional choices, both mentally and physically.