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MOSs, Duty positions or units that have the least deployability?

Not interested in the typical tough guy response of "That's what the Army does, Deploy". I got it, I assure you I have done my time. Being that I would like to continue having my family along with the undeniable benefits the services provide, I need some kind of feasible solution. I know there is no such thing as a non-deployable MOS. The Army is meant to deploy, I am interested more in the reserve or AGR options that DO (contrary to popular belief) have units and opportunities that let guys chill out for a while rather than jumping from one fight to the next every few months, as my plight has been. I have run across the following acronyms, some I found, others I don't know what they mean. SDF, CAP, CGAUX, NOAA, USPHCC. Any info or opinions on those elements? I am looking at recruiting or retention duties as well, I know I'd hate the office job shit, but whats a few years in hell if I retire at 39. Rather that than get out and... do what? security?... I am only interested in real responses that are meant to be helpful, don't be presumptious of my circumstance or values. Thanks.

Asked By: Cheshire Lies & Bitter Smiles - 8/11/2010
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First...I understand your desire to continue to serve and be with your family. Second I am a former Army Field Artillery Officer did my time on deployments...so I am aware of the impact of a deployment... More
Answered By: iraq51 - 8/11/2010
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Don't know about Army, but in the Marines, we all had the basic MOS of 0300/bulletstopper. Even a cook or a ditch digger could be told to drop everything and pick up a rifle. Oh, wait...I know why: it's the MILITARY. - Stuart
Answered By: Stuart - 8/11/2010
 
join the marine corps, navy or airforce. they have shorter deployments. Try for recruiting duty, DS, or cadre. Those are non deployable jobs
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Answered By: Mike - 8/11/2010
 
any recruiting, Teaching or DI/DS has a low deployability, as for specific MOS idk, i mean as an 88m at higher rank you will travel across the country or go into detailing
Answered By: GuamUS - 8/11/2010
 
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