So I've been a pre-nursing student since Spring 2014 but I started college Fall 2013. I know that a lot of Nursing schools have like a limit or some sort of minimum education requirements like I need to have take college courses, specifically sciences in the past 5 five years and no more. I haven't started my sciences yet, I'm going to this Fall 2017, but I might go to Basic Military Training for the Air Force. But I think I will only join the Air Force if there is some sort of medical job slot open. If there is one open, I'll probably take it because my biggest problem about finishing school has been money, I've been working and paying out of pocket. So I know by joining the military will help. But I don't know what to do I want to serve. I'm not an LPN so that doesn't help, I don't have anything just a high school diploma and work experience in a doctor's office and working at a hospital. Should I just wait to see what jobs the Air Force have to offer for me to become a nurse and to enter a nursing school that is veteran friendly? Should I go to Basic Military Training in the Fall or Spring? Will it affect me negatively or lower my chances in getting into nursing school? Also would the Army be better than the Air Force in the sense that there's more jobs available and maybe they can train me to be an LPN? Because from what I read, Air Force has Aerospace Medical Services but they're very limited and you have to already have some sort of licensing or certifications.