I doubt it. I didn't get to serve in the military due to medical conditions, even though I wanted to. I came from a military family - I grew up as a military brat. My dad retired from the Air Force when I was 13.
Anyways, from what I've heard, basic training is supposed to be very difficult. You have very little freedom. The drill sergeants are yelling at you and in your face all the time. And if you do something wrong, the penalties are stiffer in the military than if you are a civilian. If someone made you mad, and you hit them, as a civilian you will probably get fired. You might have civil charges against you and will have to pay a fine. If the person you hit wishes to press criminal charges, you might go to jail for assault, especially if you are over the age of 18. In the military, if you disobey a direct order, you will get court martialed. That means going to Leavenworth Prison for several years. If you physically assault someone in the military, you'll go Leavenworth Prison.