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The requirements for passing a military physical exam vary for each service. To pass a military physical exam, make sure to be within the military branch's requirements for height and weight, do not use illegal drugs and... More »

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To enlist in the military, speak to a military recruiter, make a commitment to serve, and set a date to complete the enlistment process by finishing the Military Entrance Processing Station. The first step of the MEPS in... More »

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The cutoff age to join the military differs in each branch. As of January 2015, it is 34 for the Army and Navy. It is 29 for the Marines, 39 for the Coast Guard and 27 for the Air Force. The limits may change based on pr... More »

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In order to join the United States military, an applicant must have a high school diploma, hold United States citizenship, be at least 17 years old and pass a physical medical exam. Each branch of the military has differ... More »

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Each branch of the military has slightly different requirements to enlist, but all five services dictate that enlistees must be American citizens or resident aliens, be at least 17 years of age, have a high school diplom... More »

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To be eligible to join the VFW, or Veterans of Foreign Wars, a person must be a U.S. citizen who has served in the military honorably in an overseas conflict, received a campaign medal for overseas service, served 60 non... More »

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The requirement for membership in the American Legion are service in a branch of the U.S. military during one of seven wartime eras, including current active duty. The war eras that American Legion designates for members... More »

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