In high school I was in JROTC which is a like a military-styled class, and I honestly thought about being in the real military. But I don't like the hierarchy or the way soldiers are treated by leadership especially when they start. Or the fact that you can't quit whenever you want when you enlist. But fear of being drafted during George W. Bush's wars in the Middle East did make me think. My former co-worker Phillip said his dad knew he was going to be drafted for the Vietnam War, so before it was official he joined the U.S. Navy instead as it was far less likely for him to die as most of the forces in Vietnam were part of the U.S. Army. I would have joined the U.S. Air Force for similar reasons, though the Air Force always seemed to be the most reasonable branch. Intelligence was far greater valued and from what I hear isn't quite as physically demanding as the Army or the Marines. Granted some of you have been or still are in the military, so this question may or may not be hypothetical.
What branch would you have joined if you had to pick?