I am currently living in New Jersey and am wanting to do the Split Option Training Program the National Guard has. I live close enough to the border to do Split Option with the Pennsylvania National guard. I was told the PA Guard has more benefits and is a larger unit then the New Jersey Guard. I was also told that I should talk to an interstate recruiter. I was wondering if this is any different then talking to a regular recruiter which I've already talked too. Any advice would be great. Thanks.
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