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  • Can I do both?

    I want to join the National Guard (obviously). I want to do ROTC in college, but I also want to follow a pre-medical program. Would I be able to do both? or no?

  • #2
    Re: Can I do both?

    There is no law or regulation that prohibits doing what you have described.

    What are your goals?

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    • #3
      Re: Can I do both?

      Well after finishing my undergrad, I'd try to go into med school and become an orthopedic surgeon, or get a degree and then become a paramedic. At the same time, I'd like to be a health care specialist in the Guard

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      • #4
        Re: Can I do both?

        You seem to have a number of not completely related potential goals. Do some research, take some time for personal introspection and decide what might be the best fit for you. ROTC/Enlisted 68W/Medical School/Paramedic....while the interest in the medical field is consistant with essentially all of these, the paths and end results are startlingly different.

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        • #5
          Re: Can I do both?

          Well, what I was thinking was going to happen would be that I would enlist, go to BCT, then go to college (with ROTC and following a pre-med program). When I got my degree, I would decide if I wanted to continue going to med school or go and become a paramedic. The difference between going to med school and becoming a paramedic would be which one I want to do after I get the degree. But I'd want to be a Health Care Specialist the whole time

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