What is the safest mos in the army?
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
Military Occupational Specialty. It's a code which identifies your job in the Army. IIRC, MOS is used in the Marine Corps, as well.
Military Occupational Specialty. I.e., your job in the Army.
Army 82nd airbone is a MOS. This is a job in the Army.
Mail clerk is a supplemental duty - it doesn't carry its own MOS.
Anywhere, 35F Intelligence Analyst is a MOS that can be stationed at any Army Base.
The Army Medical Service Corps Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) begins with 91. A Health Care Specialist is 91W. See related links for list of Army medical MOSs.
MOS, military occupational specialty
A unit Armorer actually works in supply. That MOS was 76Y30 when I was in the Army, it may have changed. I would say contact your local national guard, they would have your answer for sure. The MOS is 92Y. It is actually an additional duty for a unit supply specialist.
March or April 1993
Interior electrician, you play with electricity.
voice radio ops
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It used to be reserved solely for actual Combat Medics, with the MOS of 91B. However, with the Army reorganisation, 91B was folded into the 68W MOS (Healthcare Specialist), which is no longer limited to actual line medics. Anyone with the 68W MOS is elegible for the EFMB (and CMB). Technically, anyone with any MOS can go through the testing, but they cannot wear it without the 68 series MOS.
That would be the Army Pamplet 611-21 - MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND STRUCTURE
Ordance Supply Accountant Specialist
No. There is no MOS for that. Such services, if required, would be provided by civilians.
he was a 12B which is the MOS code in the army for combat engineer. i also think he was a drill sgt too
im a 63B currently in the active duty army, and its a great job, of course sometimes youll have to work late to get the mission done, if you dont like being a mechanic..then do NOT pick this mos because you will be working on wheeled vehicles alot, oh and this mos is changing to 91B
Yes! It is a good MOS. My MOS was 68E20 Prop 7 Rotor repair specialist. I served with the 101st Airborne Div, 101st Assault Helicopter Battalion LZ Sally Viet Nam 1968-1969
Military Computer Programer
mos is 15t start as repairer and work your way to crew cheif aka door gunner
hell no the army is fine but the soldiers in the army compare nothing to the best out their the marines no matter what the mos is.
This all depends on MOS/job selection. All branches have their share of risky jobs. In general, I would say Air Force. Most of the Air Force enlisted are in the rear. Marines and Army (besides SEALS and Air Force Ops) are the front line troops
I don't know the exact number, but medic is the second largest MOS in the Army, after infantry.
92L is the MOS for an enlisted Petroleum Laboratory Specialist.
If memory serves me correctly, the old 95B MOS was the MOS of an enlisted Military Police service member. That MOS is now 31B. The 95 series Career Management Field is no longer in use; ipso facto, the 95B MOS is no longer in use.
A "Whiskey" or "Whiskeys" is one (as in 68W - the MOS ID for Army medics) "Doc" is probably the most common.
The US Army does have an MOS for Firefighters however it is the hardest job to get being that there are only a few slots available.
MOS is Military Occupational Speciality, and I believe the T is an indication that the service member is still in training, as opposed to MOSQ, which indicates that they are qualified in their MOS (i.e., have completed training in their career field).
mos in army that require steel toe boots
Sniper is an Army and Marine MOS. It is not related to rank or paygrade.
That depends entirely on their MOS.
You can go to related links and view all the US Army jobs (MOS) that are offered as well you can view a video on each job/MOS which gives a brief video description. You can also see what qualification and restrictions apply to each. If not you can always go to your local US Army recruiter.
The MOS of 812 designates a heavy weapons man, in particular an nco. This was effctive July 1944 for the US Army.
I dont know an exact number, but it's the 2nd largest MOS in the army after infantry.
Pretty much anywhere where there are infantry, armour, or cavalry units to be found. But you did not give an MOS - you gave a CMF (Career Management Field). 13 is the CMF - MOS would be more specific (e.g., 13B).
Your MOS is selected when you sign your enlistment contract at the MEPS centre. While in BCT or OSUT, you may have the option to drop certain elective (for example, you can drop a RIP contract, or you can drop Airborne school), but you can't change your MOS. If you fail your AIT for the MOS for which you enlisted, then you'll be retrained in another MOS, although you're not very likely to have much… Read More
After you complete Basic Training you will proceed on to you MOS training, listed in you enlistment contract, once you complete you MOS training you will proceed to you first duty station.
Soldiers are assigned by need and MOS (Military Operating Specialty).
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98H. Were you in Charlie Company at Devens? I was in Bravo Company in 1982.
Depends on MOS and lengh of contract. Anywhewre from 0 to $10,000
Infantry may be stationed anywhere the US Army is garrisoned or deployed. In essence, every soldier in the US Army, regardless of his MOS or assignment is infantry.
I was a Combat Medic in the Regular Army from 1998 to 2002, and then in the Army National Guard from 2002 - 2006. When I enlisted, the MOS was 91B, and it was actually called Combat Medic (and was exclusive to line units). With the reoorganisation the MOS was changed to 68W, which was now called Healthcare Specialist, and was no longer exclusive to line units.
The Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) for US Army military police (MP) is 31B. Skill designators (10, 20, 30, 40, 50) identify the rank category of the soldier. The lowest rank starts with 10, so an MOS designation for ranks E-1 through E-4 would be 31B10.
Pay is determined by pay grade and time in service, not by MOS.
MOS stands for military occupational specialty, its your job within the army, navy, marines, air force, etc. EX: combat engineer, Doctor, Accountant, Drill instructor, infantry, etc.
HA HA HA. Any JOB that starts with "combat" or anyone refers to it as combat arms! 11X 19K, 19D, 68W, 13B, look these and smiler Military Occupation Specialties (MOS) up on the web. Good luck. SSG Army
The 73C MOS no longer exists. From 2001 - 2004, the US Army underwent a major reorganisation process which resorted a lot of the occupational specialties. Prior to this reorganisation, 73C was the MOS for Finance Specialist. The "2" indicates a skill level; in this case, a Sergeant, while the "O" indicates that they possess(ed) no other skill/qualification identifiers (such as parachute qualification, instructor certification, etc.).