Little run-down on me, 1. 23 years old 2. 1.5 years of UNC-Charlotte completed 3. Interested in Computer Field 4. Four Semesters of the Cisco Certified Networking Agent (CCNA) classes completed in High school 5. About $2500+ in debt Basically, I am just in a twisted crossroad I have brought myself to. I am not making judgements on the other branches, I just believe Air Force would be the best fit for me. My dad is a 30 yr Marine vet (Lt. Col, in vietnam when he was 18.) My mom was a marine as well. As I sit here thinking about my job as a server at the Cheesecake Factory, I don't know if I can take care of my debt while attending school. If I finish the rest of my college up, it'll be hard to do it full time since I have to pay my own bills w/ zero assistance. I don't want to finish 2.5 yrs of school in 4 yrs of time. I've passed up on the Air Force after speaking w/ the recruiter for awhile a yr ago, decided to see if I could make it myself. Turns out it isn't working w/ whatever I'm doing. I would want to choose where I can be stationed at for my 2 yr training for my field and/or my remaining 2 yrs. Also, is it easily feasible to attend a university to achieve my bachelor's degree while I'm in the Air Force? Additionally, what is the starting pay like for <40 credits of school when you enter boot camp? I think it's an E-2 pay scale. How much per month do I get? With everything being paid for, (housing, food, full medical/dental coverage), could it be easy to pay off everything I owe when I'm going through the fundementals of the Air Force? As you can see everyone, I am ridiculously curious on the matter. If I can't make up this decision myself since its a 4 year commitment and I'm a bit worried that at 27 I could be a bit behind as everyone else is, that I'm hoping you all have something positive/negative to say on it. HELP the lost one.