The "T-5" on your uncle's discharge papers means that at the time of his discharge from the Army, he was a Technician 5th Grade. The Technical Grades were used by the Army from 1942 to 1948. It was an attempt by the Army to recognize technical skills with an advancement in grade/rank, & pay. Your uncle's rank chevron would of been that of a corporal, but with a "T" beneath the chevron. A "T-4" would of been a sergeant, but with a "T" beneath the chevron. A "T-3" would of been a staff sergeant, but with the "T" above the "rocker" of the chevron. Finally, there was a "Technical Sergeant," which had no "T" on the chevron at all. Richard V. Horrell
mkm carbine = marksman with the M-1 carbineaaf tech = Army Air Force Tech. The Air Force was a part of the US Army until 1947, when it became a separate branch. Tech was short for technician, and was a rank for men trained in technical specialties, such as mechanic, radio operator, and so on. A Tech 5 was the same pay grade as a corporal, but like all Techs was not entitled to command troops. A Tech 4 was the same as a buck sergeant, and so on.
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Check with ITT Tech for exact qualifications but I don't believe that they require excellent grades.
Yes why not
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Yes u do because like they have to look at Ur grades u need good grades like all A's
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