USAF is most technical service followed by the USN. After that your degree may not be as relevant. Regardless of what service, with a degree you should be looking at OTS/OCS (Officer Training School/Officer Candidate School).
You need to figure out what you want to do when you serve. If you want techy military work on bases that may be scattered across the world that's one thing... if you want to lug a gun around and play in the mud (or water) that's completely different.
I spent 13 years in the USAF working on everything from ICBMs to satellites to intercontinental bombers. Started enlisted and left as a Capt. Good times.
eh... you said reserves... that changes things quite a bit.
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