Im 25, can't stand my job and cant afford to go to college. At age 17 I enlisted in the Army National Guard as a 13B (tank driver). The career path wasnt my choice, it was simply the only location I could make it to twice a month for drills. After the initiation weekend and Fort McCoy I decided that driving tanks wasn't really what I wanted to do so I left the National Guard with a general discharge. I never even shipped out for basic. Im not sure what impact this past mistake would have on a future career in the Air Force. 8 years and many bad decisions later Im considering a career in the Air Force, something in electronics or computers that would be a stepping stone to a civilian career. I don't have a college degree so I'd need to join as an enlisted recruit. I'd appreciate info from anyone here in the Air Force before I talk to a recruiter. I was spoon fed exactly what I wanted to hear last time around by the last recruiter I talked to and I'd like to be a little more informed this time. Sorry for the long read. Thanks in advance!