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#62379 - Tue Oct 02 2012 17:05 PM PJ age
DP099 Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 12 2011
Posts: 12
I am curious what is the average age of the PJ wanna be in the indoc?
I am 24 years old myself, and even tho I do have a 4 yr college degree, I am going to purse of becoming a PJ by enlisting instead of an officer. It worries me little bit how people are going to see me differently cause of my age going in the Air Force by enlisting instead of by officer route.

I prefer enlisting and pursing my dream of becoming a PJ, cause I heard and read many diff sources that its very difficult to get selected and become a CRO.


Thanks for input.

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#62381 - Tue Oct 02 2012 17:14 PM Re: PJ age [Re: DP099]
jamer310 Offline
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Registered: Sun Jul 31 2011
Posts: 10
Loc: United States
I do not have that answer, but I am leaving in 2 weeks for PJ also with my 4 year degree and I am 26. If it is your dream who cares what anyone thinks. Shoot for the stars and dont let anyone tell you you can't not even yourself. Never Quit!

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#62382 - Tue Oct 02 2012 17:30 PM Re: PJ age [Re: DP099]
maguwi Offline
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Registered: Sun Sep 23 2012
Posts: 5
Loc: Puerto Rico
im 22 and also im 1 year away from finishing college.. im leaving in Jan 1st and as Jamer310 said: dont worry about what others think, go with your gut, whatever your heart tells you! as Ive heard before: " if you dont die my death, dont live my life" wish u the best of luck!

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#62389 - Wed Oct 03 2012 00:36 AM Re: PJ age [Re: DP099]
guijarr0808 Offline
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Registered: Fri Jun 29 2012
Posts: 23
Loc: Langley-Eustice JB
Im 25 currently active duty, i will be cross training into pararescue when my window opens up (July - Aug) time frame. by the time the whole process is done with september will pass and i too will be 26, dont worry about your age, just make sure you have the mind set to make it through. good luck in training man.

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#62390 - Wed Oct 03 2012 07:26 AM Re: PJ age [Re: DP099]
DP099 Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 12 2011
Posts: 12
Thank you all for your response. I appreciate it very much.

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#62432 - Mon Oct 08 2012 14:26 PM Re: PJ age [Re: DP099]
ARMShah Offline
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Registered: Wed Sep 12 2012
Posts: 7
Loc: New Jersey
basically what everyone said. age is just a number...just make sure you're prepared mentally and physically. I am 22 years old leaving Jan 1st as well. maguwl i guess we'll be attending at the same time?
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