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Old 04-18-2018, 05:30 PM
 
Location: Yucaipa, California
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Your Army
The best Army jobs right now for long-term Army careers
By: Jim Tice   September 30, 2015



CMF 18 (Special Forces).

12D (diver), an engineer specialty.

12P (prime power production specialist), another engineer specialty.

17C (cyber operations specialist), the Army's newest MOS.

25D (cyber network defender), a signal specialty.

31D (CID special agent), a military police specialty.

35L (counterintelligence agent), a military intelligence specialty.

37F (psychological operations), a special operations MOS.

38B (civil affairs), a special operations MOS.

46Q (public affairs specialist).

46R (broadcast specialist), another public affairs MOS.

51C (contracting NCO), an Army Acquisition Corps specialty.

79R (recruiter), a career specialty for soldiers who have successfully served as detailed recruiters.

89D (explosive ordnance disposal), a special operations MOS.

31D (CID special Agent).

35L (counterintelligence agent).

29E (electronic warfare specialist).

12P (prime power specialist).

51C (contracting NCO).

25D (cyber network defender).

25E (electromagnetic spectrum manager).

You really need to read the article:
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-...-army-careers/
It looks like more then a few of those will require a big time security clearance.
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Old 04-18-2018, 05:39 PM
 
Location: New Mexico U.S.A.
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It looks like more then a few of those will require a big time security clearance.
I held one of the listed mos's... I had a few issues..
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Old 04-18-2018, 06:40 PM
 
Location: Central Massachusetts
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Originally Posted by Poncho_NM View Post

Your Army
The best Army jobs right now for long-term Army careers
By: Jim Tice   September 30, 2015




CMF 18 (Special Forces).

12D (diver), an engineer specialty.

12P (prime power production specialist), another engineer specialty.

17C (cyber operations specialist), the Army's newest MOS.

25D (cyber network defender), a signal specialty.

31D (CID special agent), a military police specialty.

35L (counterintelligence agent), a military intelligence specialty.

37F (psychological operations), a special operations MOS.

38B (civil affairs), a special operations MOS.

46Q (public affairs specialist).

46R (broadcast specialist), another public affairs MOS.

51C (contracting NCO), an Army Acquisition Corps specialty.

79R (recruiter), a career specialty for soldiers who have successfully served as detailed recruiters.

89D (explosive ordnance disposal), a special operations MOS.

31D (CID special Agent).

35L (counterintelligence agent).

29E (electronic warfare specialist).

12P (prime power specialist).

51C (contracting NCO).

25D (cyber network defender).

25E (electromagnetic spectrum manager).

You really need to read the article:
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-...-army-careers/
I actually think they are discounting the 91 and 88 series MOS's dealing with equipment and logistics. You ain't getting there without them. That goes for our civilian world. Stuff needs to be moved from point a to point b. Those jobs are pretty damned lucrative as well depending upon at what level you want to work at.
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Old 04-18-2018, 07:31 PM
 
Location: New Mexico U.S.A.
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I actually think they are discounting the 91 and 88 series MOS's dealing with equipment and logistics. You ain't getting there without them. That goes for our civilian world. Stuff needs to be moved from point a to point b. Those jobs are pretty damned lucrative as well depending upon at what level you want to work at.
The Army has over 180 Enlisted MOS's. I just showed someone else's list. That was for the benefit of the Original Poster:
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My two older sons were 31E's "Corrections" in the Army. Son #3 is expressing an interest in joining the Military. The Army was offering 5 year commitments for 31B "Military Police". I am looking 3+ year MOS's in the Army or Air Force. Doesn't have to be MP but kind of where he wants to end up down the road when he gets out. We respect the Navy but 6 years is way to long. Not ruling out Marines, but I was hoping for a little more diversity in picking jobs, and a lower commitment time than 4 years. Looking to get in and out of the Military. Any current or retired Army or Air Force Service men/women that know of a really good MOS for my little buddy?
That's all...
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Old 04-19-2018, 04:50 AM
 
Location: Central Massachusetts
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The Army has over 180 Enlisted MOS's. I just showed someone else's list. That was for the benefit of the Original Poster:
That's all...
Ah sorry. I just looked at what you posted and didn't actually go to the link.
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Old 04-21-2018, 10:13 AM
 
Location: Elysium
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I wonder what is the # 1 favorite (most requested) MOS in the army is ?
It is not 1971 and I don't think the US Army sends enlisted volunteers to the infantry involuntarily anymore, officers are a different matter. If I am correct 11B also 11M in my era, would still be the most popular. Sure for some it would be take infantry or remain a civilian but instead of being sent to the infantry I think that it is more likely that your unit with soldiers of other MOS's would be assigned missions that we would want an infantry unit to do if one was available.
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Old 04-21-2018, 01:22 PM
 
Location: Forests of Maine
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Our youngest son is in the Army serving as a 15N - AH-64 Apache helicopter Avionics Mechanic. He loves it.
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