Hey guys I've been talking to a navy recruiter lately and I'm debating on joining the military. I thought about joining before and I feel like it would be a great way to help pay for college, but I was wondering if I would even be able to snowboard anymore. I am planning on going to the University of Utah and majoring in Computer Science with an emphasis on EAE and I want to be able to snowboard a lot. Snowboarding is one of the most important things in my life and I can't see myself not doing it. The recruiter told me that if I join the reserves I would be able to complete my training and then go to school for my career. He said that I would then be able to move where I want and work 1 week end a month and 2 weeks in the summer. Does this seem like a good choice if I want to snowboard a lot? And I mean a whole lot, I've always dreamed of becoming a pro. Being in the reserves would pay for 40% of my college, but joining full time would pay for it 100%. I didn't think joining full time would provide me with much time to snowboard though. That or I could just move to Utah, get a low level job without going to college or the military, and live a simple life of snowboard as long as I can. Any information and opinions are appreciated, thanks!