I have questions about which Army MOS i need to chose in the (15) series?
i want to join the army in the aviation field ...i want to be a mechanic...after i getout i want to be a mechanic at say like ups or bowing...i just dont know which one would best suit me for the mechanic job after i getout? please help :D
Asked By: - 11/12/2010
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Boeing has a lot of helicopters, so does AECOM, L-3, DS2, and other government contract companies. So your best bet would be to work on helicopters if you want a good job that pays great. I think 15W or 15T would be prefect as you can go to site whether Navy or Army and work with their aircraft. A 15T gets paid more... More
Answered By: Justwondering - 11/12/2010
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if you want to be an FAA A&P (airframe and power plants) mechanic getting training in the military is a good start. but it won't get you employed by UPS or Boeing... More
Answered By: old man on the hill - 11/12/2010
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