Hi all,Never in a million years would I imagine myself considering joining the military. I am a laidback person and would probably be considered a pacifist. When I graduate in May, I will be graduating with some serious loans. When I originally considered the thought of military nursing it was for the financial benefits. But to be honest I will be an RN in the NYC area, my loans and finances will be taken care of eventually. Yet here I am and I cannot get the idea of being a military nurse out of my mind. I have absolutely no support from anyone in my life. People think it is crazy that I will graduate with a BSN and I am considering going into the service. ( They see it as something you do when you have no other choice, and honestly I saw it like that for a period of time as well) I have been researching online, but I feel like my true concerns are not ones that I can easily find answers to on these websites. I will soon be meeting with a recruiter so many of my questions can be answered with her I am sure. I just feel like this could be the best or the worst decision I ever make. I am terrified of the idea of this, but also excited at the thought of being able to practice nursing in it's most natural form. I love the idea of taking care of soliders and truly being able to serve a population truly in need ( not to say civilians are not of course). That was mostly my babbling and I apologize I do have some questions and concerns if anyone can help that would be great!- Boot camp, I understand that it is not the same as that for enlisted personnel, but I would like to know more of what it entails.- Army, Navy, AF ? Pros and Cons of each?- Do you think a person with a laid back personality ( but a desire to care for soliders) can be a member of the military?