I recently joined the Navy and I am currently in the DEP. I joined as a Logistics Specialist and although I know the daily routines on paper I would like to hear from someone who has lived it. I wanna know what a normal day is like, the hours, the jobs you do, how often do you work with others, how often do you work independently and any other miscellaneous info.
Any and all info on the subject would be greatly appreciated, thx :)
What are the pros and cons if being a Navy logistics specialist? Does it provide many civilian opportunities when I get out?
Do logistics specialist (92a) get any firearms and do they get into any firefight or combat situation
My brother decided to enlist in the U.S. Army Reserves,
and before taking the ASVAB, he was assigned a automated logistics specialist (basically warehouse stuff). He got a 91 on the ASVAB, and he was reassigned a different job...
Carpentry and Masonry specialist in the engineering unit.
I don't know much about this stuff, but I want to do some research myself...
What are the benefits of earning a higher score on the ASVAB?
with his current score, what are some other options he can explore?
I really wanted a 89N (Transportation Coordination Manager) job but it wasn't available so I chose 92A - Automated Logistics Specialist. However I plan to chan to 89N as soon as I can. How easy will it be to change my MOS to 89N? Will active personnel already in the army be able to have priority over people who people who are enlisting for the first time at MEPs?
I'm thinking about joining the Army National Guard. I was hoping to get a job as an automatic logistics specialist (92A). With that MOS, what are the odds of s*** hitting the fan and being taken prisoner by the taliban?
I'm a personal assistant / operations manager / global logistics specialist. I feel like I have been underpaid since I take on so many roles for the company.
Can someone tell me how much should be the average salary for my case like this? It would be much appreciated, thanks much in advance.
I am planning to do Logistics and Supply Chain Management course, I want to know how is the current job market for Logistics jobs in Canada, I have 4 years experience in warehouse management, and what is the salary range I should negotiate for logistics job once i finished my course, your answers will be highly appreciated, Thanks, Baig
I just signed up for the Army and my job is Medical Logistics Specialist. I was wondering if my unit will still be doing physical training even though its a MEDICAL field? I love working out and didn't want to get away from that lifestyle.
I was offered two separate jobs and wanted to know which one was better between an Information Technology Specialist job and a Supply Specialist. They are both two year corporate intern positions. Thanks!
The ls rate (sk+pc) is one that im interested in and I was wondering what are some college majors that would be good to along with the Navy experience.
i was thinking "logistics management" or "supply chain management"
which is best, are there other college majors i should be researching as well?
My b/f just got a job in the navy as a logistics Specialist . i sorta know they do paper work but i want to know more of a descreption what he in fact dose . he also wants to go in to Active duty from this job after boot-camp and A school . he is looking at becoming a MA - master At- Arms . how long will he be gone ? Will he be traveling alot ? What is the pay rate for his first job as a logistics Specialist ?.
This is the job iam applying for with the army.Has anyone any experiences with the job and can tell me more please.Places you go etc ...i have read allot about it and watched a few videos just always nice to hear from others .
What jobs can you get with an international business degree? Will I be able to find a job right after graduation? Is it a good field?
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Im joining the navy but im having a really tough time with the job i want to choose.. i was just seein if you guys could give me some good options on some jobs that can make me a good living outside of the navy.. thank you very much yall
I want to know if I can get automated logistics specialist 92A job with my 38 score in the asvab
After I get my degree, what jobs should I pursue? Is graphic design related to IT at all?
I just finished high school and I'm looking for a trade I could get into in a short period of time. What sort of jobs should I look into that make $20+. I live in CA and the job market is kind of lack luster. I don't have the money (or the grades) for a real collage. Anyone one know of a legitimate vocational school in the northern California area?
I can't find out online how long Marine job training is for a Maintenance Management Operator. Anyone know?