My goal is to get my BSN in pediatric oncology, but I also want to join the military. Right now I am a high school senior taking nursing prerequisites at the nearby community college. The Army has a program the trains you to be an LPN. I was wondering if it would be a good idea for me to do that program on reserves, that way I get the Army experience and then can do a LPN-BSN program when I'm done. My question is: with the Army LPN trainging, do I get an LPN license in whatever state I take the test in? Or is the license good for any state/country?