There isn't an MOS for Airborne Ranger - it would be a Special Qualification Identifier which comes after their MOS. For example, Infantry is the "11" Career Management Field. A Private coming fresh out of One Station Unit Training would be awarded the MOS 11B1O, with "11B" being the MOS, "1" being the skill level - in this case, 1 to indicate ranks Private through Specialist, and the "O" is the Special Qualification Identifier - in this case, "O" means he has no special qualifications. Now, let's he attends and completes jump school afterwards. At that point, he would become 11B1P, with the "P" indicating he's jump qualified. So a couple years pass, he gets promoted to E4, and attends Ranger school, and completes it. At that point, he'd be awarded a "V" Special Qualification Identifier for "Ranger Parachutist" (i.e., Airborne Ranger), so his MOS would read 11B1V.
Army Military Occupational Specialty code:11 - Infantryb - Rifleman2 - E5, Sergeantv - Ranger Qualified
Army MOS 00F30 ?
You can join with a combat MOS and get it in your contract from the start, reenlist for the school or ask your schools NCO if its available. You can also be sent to a ranger regiment for a PCS move.
The safest MOS in the Army would be one dealing with the Army Band, Human Resources, or finance. These include the MOS - 42F, 42R9B, 42 S, or 44C.
MOS Military Occupational Specialty
Army 82nd airbone is a MOS. This is a job in the Army.
Military Occupational Specialty. I.e., your job in the Army.
Military Occupational Specialty. It's a code which identifies your job in the Army. IIRC, MOS is used in the Marine Corps, as well.
MOS, military occupational specialty
Mail clerk is a supplemental duty - it doesn't carry its own MOS.