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    I am interested in doing radiography but I don't know whether to study as a civilian or in the army, raf or navy. Does anybody know the differences, in terms of pay while study, and just life. For instance I that if you join the army you get paid while you train, so does that mean you get paid rather than just a bursery? I really want an exciting job and want to travel so I thought the forces might be more interesting, but I know that the you study at uni Birmingham anyway.
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