|Map of AF bases within or accessible to the NAR - Origin HERE|
If you can get into the Air Force, it's much Whiter than the Army and Navy, because it contains many more skilled people who have to do things that niggers and beaners and gang-bangers recruited to fill quotas can't do. Parts of the military are still kept White because out here in the real world some people do understand that non-Whites are genetically inferior.
The Air Force is also marginally less morally corrupt than the other services and marginally less stained with Judaeo-ass-kisssing, again because it contains more techies who have to live in the real world.
Make sure you use your time in the service to learn a trade, preferably something that you do with your hands, which will enable you to fix the rich man's toys when you get out so that one way or another you can always work. This society uses employment and loss thereof as its disciplinary stick, but if you can fix the rich man's toys when they break, do it cheaply and do it well, then you will always find somebody who will pay you to do it.
Go in, do your hitch, study the enemy. Never lose your faith in the day of vengeance. Trust me, and wait. Sorry, Travis, that's all I can tell you now.
That may be all HAC can tell him, but as an Air Force veteran, I can add much more. The Air Force is the Cadillac of the services; AF members get better treatment and amenities than the other services. Visit the official USAF website for more information. First, there's the potential of being assigned to a permanent duty station either currently within the boundaries of the proposed Northwest American Republic (NAR) or close enough on the periphery to allow routine travel to the NAR:
(1). JBER Lewis-McChord in western Washington, Fairchild AFB in eastern Washington, and Mountain Home AFB in Idaho are currently located within the boundaries of the NAR. Depending upon the chosen career field, it's not too hard for a USAF member to get an assignment at any of those three bases.
(2). Hill AFB (UT) and Malmstrom AFB (MT) are located around the periphery of the NAR. One can get an assignment to one of those locations and be within easy driving distance of the NAR. There are other Western bases a bit further away, but still within reasonable access to the NAR.
(3). Prospective USAF enlistees should pick a career field that not only has a plentiful number of civilian equivalents, but also provides assignment availability at the maximum number of USAF bases. While not every base needs F-16 mechanics, nearly every base needs medical and civil engineering, as well as wheeled-vehicle mechanics.
Second, the prospective enlistee should become familiar with the expected rules of behavior and make firm personal commitments in advance to meet those expectations even before making first contact with a recruiter.
(1). Avoid any overt pro-White activism during your enlistment. In fact, do not even post on pro-White forums, even under an assumed name. Basically, STFU and serve.
(2). Junior enlisted airmen live in dormitories and have roommates if single. You will be assigned roommates without regard to their race or sexual orientation. The upside -- a non-White or gay roommate who qualifies for the USAF will be of a better character than the norm for that particular group. If David Lane could go to prison for our race, can you not stand a black roommate in the AF for a short period of time on behalf of our race?
(3). Volunteer for the unpopular tasks to increase your value to the chain of command. This will position you for possible accelerated promotion. If you work and study hard enough, you can be selected for promotion to E-5 (SSgt) by the end of your four-year hitch (although they might ask you to extend or reenlist to accept the promotion).
(4). Capitalize on EVERY educational opportunity offered; learn about the most current version of the G.I. Bill HERE. It is also possible for exceptional achievers to apply for Officers Training School and get a commission from enlisted status, although service as an officer is more political than enlisted service.
Enlisting in the military may be considered a copout by the extremists in our ranks, but it will help get you started financially and give you a recession-proof marketable skill. We need people who are capable of doing more than getting drunk and vandalizing their bodies with tattoos.