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Q: What types of benefits do chinese citizens receive if they join the military?

If a citizen of China were to decide to join a military branch USAF, Army, Navy, Marines what types of benefits would they receive? I already joined the USAF and received health benefits(VA) as well as education benefits(GI. BILL). Does anybody know what the benefits for a citizen of China joining the military could be?

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that's why it is easy to peg you for a wu mao , you pull info from the net or common knowledge and you spit it out like a computer, as if it is part of your background. but book knowledge cant take the place of actual experience. i've worked with many vets and i never met anyone refer to the air force as usaf. or use "health benefits(VA)" "education benefits(GI. BILL)" these are formal terms not used in conversation those are just some of mistakes you make . 

but i'll bite one of the best and easiest way to raise your status is by joining the police force or military. cars, housing and you could break the law almost at will

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A citizen of china joining the USAF? Um. No. 

Tell me, "fly boy", what other benefits did you receive in the USAF? What did you do? Shine the tires? where were you stationed?

Do you happen to know the nicknames of the service men/women of the other branches of the US military?

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Part of the Air Force huh?  So where were you stationed?

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I was in the Air Force.  What was your job code?  

As far as benefits go, it highly depends on rank, how pretty you are and who your relatives are.  But basically they are like Crimo pointed out.

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No way, Jose !  You should have picked another branch of the military, but the AF will not allow a "foreigner" to fly a US plane unless he is fully investigated and gets his clereances.  And a Chinese national will not pass the test.

I do know a Chinese who was born in Hong Kong, emigrated to USA at 14 years of age, became a resident (got GC)was drafted into the Army, fought in Vietnam, and upon returning to US was granted citizenship.  He does have full benefits as any native, because once you are allowed to join, you get all benefits you are entitled to.

Again, you picked the Air Force, the hardest to get in.  On top, with so common Chinese poor eyesight, that is another indication you have no idea of what you are talking about.

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chinese military members get free bullets. if they misbehave, they must participate in English corner

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