I am afraid not, in my experience it tends to be worse. Usually because of the age group of the people you live with and the willingness of some of that age group who are willing to buy cars and drive whilst uninsured.
How you get your licence is irrelevent for the insurance.
Your premium will (probably) be increased by being in the forces just because of the weighting the insurance company apply due to the lifestyle that the forces tend to lead. Although if you speak to the company and explain where the bike is being kept they will probably class it as being 'garaged' or being in a private car park.
Do you live in or are you on about if you commute to work?
You might also be a little surprised at how many cars get damaged while parked outside the block on a weekend. But, reading between the lines, I suspect your biggest premium issue will be your age. If you are under 25 and own anything more powerful than a hairdryer, ask the nice insurance man to at least kiss you before he F8cks you.