I have a young nephew who just committed to the Navy for fives years as hull technician. I read the description of the of the position and it seems like a terribly low level and physically tough position.
My relative said due to him not being a citizen, how ever he is in the US legally, that a hull technician was the best job the recruiter could get him. I have many members who served in the past, and that doesn’t seem right to me.
Does that seem right to you guys with experience? Does being or not being a citizen effect what jobs you are offered?
I know many recruiters will take advantage of young and inexperienced recruits.
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