Military Info

ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test 

                                       

                           See Sgt. Freeman for information 

Test Date:                                                                                                         ASVAB Sample Questions

 

ASVAB scores are used primarily to determine enlistment eligibility for the military and assigning applicants to military jobs, however it also can aid in helping students with career exploration even if the military is not in their future.  The ASVAB program is helpful for all students regardless of their post-high school plans whether planning on Community College, University, Military, or students pursuing a career right out of high school. Results of the Aptitude Test and Interest Inventory assist students to estimate their performance in vocational or academic endeavors, and identify potentially satisfying careers. 

 

MILITARY RECRUITER CONTACT INFORMATION

U.S. AIR FORCE

DH Conley Recruiter  - SSGT Wagner - (252) 571-9711

U.S. ARMY

DH Conley Recruiter - Staff Sgt. Dickey - angela.dickey.mil@mail.mil - (252) 756-9695 - Cell (919) 395-6712 

                               Staff Sgt. Swinton - andrae.r.swinton.mil@mail.mil - Cell (919-327-0477

 

U.S. NAVY

DH Conley Recruiter - Officer Stuhr - joseph.d.stuhr@navy.mil - 252-315-5717

 

U.S. MARINES

DH Conley Recruiter - Staff Sgt. Alonso - Heriberto.Alonso@marines.usmc.mil

 

U.S. COAST GUARD 

DH Conley Recruiter -  Draftsman Officer Michael Curlett - (919) 696-8523 - uscgraleigh@gmail.com

 

U.S. NATIONAL GUARD

DH Conley Recruiter - Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Hendry - jeremiah.j.hendry.mil@mail.mil

United State Army Benefit

Post GI Bill - With the Post 9-11 GI Bill, students can...

1) Serve in the active duty Army for three years following graduation (age 18 to age 21 or 22).

2) Take college classes through the Soldier's on-post education center while on active duty.  Tuition Assistance ($4,000 per year paid directly to the Soldier's school) can cover the cost of the classes.

3) Get out of the active duty Army after three years and go to school full time using the Post 9-11 GI Bill.  The Post 9-11 GI Bill pays for 100% of tuition and fees, provides a stipend for books, and pays the former Soldier a housing allowance of approximately $1200 per month.  The Post 9-11 GI Bill pays for up to 36 months of tuition.

4) Graduate with a bachelor's degree by the age of 24-26 with $0 debt and valuable work experience from their time in the Army.

5) Compete for great jobs in the civilian sector.

For more information please contact Charles Thomason - charles.j.thomson.mil@mail.mil