jglow 1 | 1 28 Mar 2014 #1Hello,Currently I'm living in the U.S. and going through the process of claiming my Polish citizenship. I'm conversational in Polish. I'm currently learning and studying Polish everyday. Next year I'm supposed to go to Kraków to go to school and study for the year, obviously so I can really learn Polish and get a good grip on it. I've already talked to a few soldiers from Poland who helped me out a bit with language concerns. However, I still have a few questions for anybody here who can answer.1.) How do you actually join the army in Poland?2.) How does job selection work? Do they pick the best guys for certain jobs or do guys get to pick their job like in America?3.) What are the years of service?4.) I understand that to many if not all the guys I will be considered an American and a foreigner even as a Polish citizen. However, not that I really care, would be hated by a lot of the guys? Kind of in a "who does he think he is coming here" kind of way.I have personal reasons for wanting to fight for Poland instead of America. I don't want to hear about politics or how hard it will be. I would just like to have the questions answered please. I don't want to sound like an a*s but way to many times on other forums people have just given me lectures, insulted me, or just ignored the questions.Thank you very much to anybody who can answer this.