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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 6/25/2002 7:24:53 AM EST
Was walking past one of those armed services recruiting offices that you find at various shopping malls around the country this past weekend and wondered... Would they have need for a 37y.o., single, healthy, fit, computer engineer? I have a BS in Computer Sci and have a remarkable aptitude for innovation/engineering. I often think I missed my calling to enter the Army Corps of Engineers. As I realize that I'm past the age cutoff, I would venture to guess my only option would be to find a civilian contractor and pitch in there. Just wondering if I may be unaware of an opportunity somewhere. TIA, --LS
Link Posted: 6/25/2002 7:32:29 AM EST
See your local Navy Officer Recruiter (if you have a 4 year degree) The cut off for Naval Intelligence officers is 37. Or so I was told by a Naval Officer recruiter at a job fair a couple of years ago. I'm a cop. The job fair was at the city civic center and I was working an off duty job there. The recruiter engaged me in conversation and was trying to recruit me. I already did 8 years and I basically told him thanks but no thanks. I had always thought the cut off age was much lower for officers but apparently different branches in each service have different cut offs. Ask the recruiters.
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