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  1. Snoozer57
    Snoozer57
    Hello everyone. Did I miss something, or are there actually no discussions in this group? I'm a gulf war vet [Desert Storm North=Incirlik] (yes I got to hide under my desk once with gas mask on - a bit claustrophobic!) and I own a Kimber Classic (used) and am about to be co-owner of a S&W Sigma (more in my price range).
  2. oldvet53
    oldvet53
    hello to all, i'm a disabled army veteran with 13yrs. active duty. i had 3 m.o.s.'s 72echo,67victor2foxzulu1,54echo.
  3. Snoozer57
    Snoozer57
    Welcome, oldvet53.
    For those of us never in the Army, please help translate the MOS's. (I only know what a 92Bravo is).
  4. Anthony_I_Am
    Anthony_I_Am
    Hello to all

    Task Force 5/5 CAV
  5. HunterLee
    HunterLee
    01-10-2010 12:09 PMSnoozer57 said
    "Welcome, oldvet53.
    For those of us never in the Army, please help translate the MOS's. (I only know what a 92Bravo is)."


    I cannot help you to much, althouth I can shed some light on my MOS when I was in. I was a 67N10 until going through the "Board" and being promoted to Seargent (E-5) to a 67N20. Both of which are (Utility Helicopter Repair), also known as a Huey Mech (Phase Maint), Crew Chief and Door Gunner with the possibility of working on Cobras (AH-1's) and Kiowa's (OH-58's) if transferred to an Attack Helicopter Unit.
    And of course everyone in the U.S ARMY knows that 11B (the Foot Pounder) is Infantry.What about it? anyone else out there from the U.S. ARMY that can shed some light on their MOS's?

    HunterLee
  6. sh2usn
    sh2usn
    Sorry guys...e5 usn...have no clue...but i do know what the difference is between de, dl, ddg, ff, etc....
  7. pilgreen13
    Hey guys, I was a 63W30 and later reclassed to 33R. I did light vehicle repair and electronics. When I got out back in 1999 I went to armed security and back to school, I've drifted through many jobs but I've learned a lot. I was last semi-trained through dept. of homeland security, semi because they kept losing the paperwork. I graduate college in a couple of months and I'm considering applying for a Commission. I have a bit of trouble stomaching taking a check from the Fed. Call it a hangup. I have also recently been disillusioned about our country. It's amazing what you learn when you actually start reading the history. If yall get a chance read about; Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942). If anyone has carpool room for the march on April 19th, let me know.
  8. HunterLee
    HunterLee
    sh2usn
    Sorry guys...e5 usn...have no clue...but i do know what the difference is between de, dl, ddg, ff, etc....

    I was in the U.S.Army (1979 -1982) ,but due to my existing job I actually (also ) know what DDG, CG, LPD, LHD, & LHA mean (different type/class of ship). The toughest part is understanding the actual letter/word meanings. example: LPD = Landing Platform Dock. Doesn't really sound right for the "English Language", but that is how it works (in the Navy, and probably more, I suspect. Enough "Blowing my own Horn"
  9. Mac357
    Mac357
    Hello Fellow Veterans! I am a Army Combat Veteran of Desert Storm and Provide Comfort. Was a 31K,Signal Corps. E-5 at discharge.

    Mac
  10. tboat4
    tboat4
    When I was in the Army I was trained as an 11D, which is Armored Intelligence Specialist. It is more commonly referred to as 'Recon'. When I was shipped to Korea, I was switched to 71H Personnel Specialist due to no openings for 11D.
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