What are these Army MOS's like?
Human Intelligence Collector (35M), Small Arms/Artillery Repairer (91F), Health Care Specialist (68W). Also which one is the most safe when deployed? I am not joining to pay for college (although it is a benefit) or just to say "Hey look at me Im a US Soldier" (Ive heard it done) and I know that the military is dangerous by nature. I am joining because I want to serve my country. I will be in the Army National Guard so that I may have a career outside the military and that is why I want to know which is safest. When I get deployed I want a higher chance of going home to continue on with my life and I will have actually earned the right to live and work in this country unlike those who take it for granted. Thank you to all of the other men and women who serve this amazing country.
Asked By: jaseman_17 - 7/16/2009
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the 91F job, from my understanding, is rather menial. I'd go for something in the medical field, like x-ray tech. Medical jobs are great compared to the rest (how you are treated, the working environment, and the training). The mitigating factors to the jobs you are actually able to get will be your ASVAB score and any... More
Answered By: Will - 7/16/2009
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That completely depends on what unit and what job you're end getting assigned to. For example there are 68W working in hospitals and there are 68W on "jump teams" that go out and IED calls to treat injured soldiers. Medics escort convoys, which as you know have chances of being blown up.
Answered By: lena_naumova2001 - 7/16/2009
I know http://www.goarmy.com/JobCatList.do?redirect=true
Answered By: Tanner - 7/16/2009
There's no guarantees. But in general, probably small arms repairer. HUMINT and medics go on more than fair share of patrols.
Answered By: HDH - 7/17/2009
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