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Link Posted: 1/23/2011 1:18:52 PM EDT
67N / 67Y
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 1:21:30 PM EDT
11B1P
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 1:43:07 PM EDT

Originally Posted By RickNC:
12B2P. Airborne Combat Engineer. And no we don't build bridges or drive equipment. We go out with the infantry and blow shit up. When we are not blowing shit up we're infantry.

You guys didn't do an annual BRIDGE-EX?
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 1:52:20 PM EDT
43E Parachute Rigger. I WILL BE SURE ALWAYS.

I guess it's a different code now..
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 2:42:45 PM EDT
Originally Posted By barrysuperhawk:
43E Parachute Rigger. I WILL BE SURE ALWAYS.


For whatever reason, I always used to check the chute tag to see who packed my chute.

I remember on one jump, I already had the chute laid out, ready to get into it, and then checked the tag. I shit you not, it said Mickey Mouse. Fuck that. That chute went back to the truck.

If you don't have the balls to sign your name to it, I'm sure as hell not jumping it.

/CSB
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 2:46:59 PM EDT
0352.... Death on a long leash!!!!
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 2:50:50 PM EDT
13B 105 Towed, Then 14B ADA Shorad
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 2:51:19 PM EDT
35L10 / 68L20 Communications Equipment Repairer......UH1's, OH58's, UH60's. Reserve duty only '85-'93.

SoS
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 3:07:30 PM EDT
Originally Posted By barrysuperhawk:
43E Parachute Rigger. I WILL BE SURE ALWAYS.
http://www.medalsofamerica.com/ProductImages/Large/b223.jpg
I guess it's a different code now..



It's 92R now.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 3:11:39 PM EDT
Navy: FC
Army: 11B
AF: 3V071
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 3:23:30 PM EDT
13B Cannon Crewman (155mm SP)

&

13M MLRS Crewman

Fired them both, but mostly drove ammo for them both.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 3:48:32 PM EDT
25U-Signal Support Systems Specialist.
mostly radios on this side of the commo house.
meh. it is what it is.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 4:05:26 PM EDT
19K––M1 tanker

Fuck yeah, I loved my job! I was a driver for two years then when I got a gunner's slot...the state of OH eliminated all the tanks except for one armor unit waaay up north.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 4:07:33 PM EDT
Originally Posted By daemon734:
19K (Tanker) and 89D (EOD)




I still wish I had gone AD before the Guard, cause I would have actually been able to do my job, and in at least an M1A1.
We had M1s and M1IPs in my unit.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 4:22:52 PM EDT
6314
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 4:26:06 PM EDT
1802 - Tank Officer
0402 - Logistics Officer

Tanks were fun (M60A2 Rise Passive, trained but never served on M1A1), logistics not so much.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 4:29:33 PM EDT
12B
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:35:45 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Lorax:
Originally Posted By _Matt_:
did not serve


to all in this thread who did, thank you for your service!



Well said, same here.


Me too
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:36:34 PM EDT
PDQ

Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:40:09 PM EDT
1811 - Armor Crewman (Tanks; you're welcome!)
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:45:45 PM EDT
55R20
Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:45:57 PM EDT
I was an HT in the fleet 88-94, and a Seabee SW 91-present.

I have a bunch of NECs, which are basically like a secondary MOS. 9502 (instructor), 9545 (Naval Law Enforcement), 4956 (Nuclear Component Welder), and maybe 5 more that I don't remember offhand.

Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:46:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Covert8645:
0351 Assaultman.

I had never heard of that one until I started reading Terminal Lance. Sounds like a cool job.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:47:49 PM EDT
45B10'
Brigade level Small Arms Repairman.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:50:24 PM EDT
Navy OS
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 6:55:39 PM EDT
"Aviation Machinist Mate" (AD3) aka: a jet engine mechanic.

Mainly working on Pratt and Whitney P8 series engines in A-6/EA-6B and KA-6D with some F-14 and F-18 thrown in for excitement.


Link Posted: 1/23/2011 7:03:14 PM EDT
11C

Link Posted: 1/23/2011 7:07:05 PM EDT
19D Cavalry Scout
"If you ain't cav, you aint sh*t"
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 7:07:37 PM EDT
11B

Loved it. Hated it. Did many enjoyable challenging things, did many stupid/repetitive/boring/dirty things. Given the opportunity to do it all over again... I would not change my MOS (well maybe if I could have gotten a cav scout slot).
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 7:08:37 PM EDT
My AFSC (Air Force Specialty Code) is 3P071-Security Forces Journeyman

I enjoy the times I actually get to do my job. Most of the time I am doing stupid paperwork and dealing with troop issues.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 7:12:23 PM EDT
63B
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 8:23:31 PM EDT
11C3P (2/505)
92Y3O (Active Guard Currently)

Link Posted: 1/23/2011 8:26:53 PM EDT
31A/14A


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Link Posted: 1/23/2011 8:48:14 PM EDT
91/A
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 9:01:57 PM EDT
0311
5711
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 9:21:23 PM EDT
0331



1995-2001

Best,
JBR
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 9:27:32 PM EDT
Originally Posted By scorpionmain:
19D Cavalry Scout
"If you ain't cav, you aint sh*t"


Hell yeah! 19D2P here.....12th Cav, 7th Cav, 509th Infantry. Being an Airborne Cav Scout was fun, but it was a bitch gettin' those horses to jump in 1 second intervals......
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 9:35:04 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Barrelburner:
I was a 96F, then I became a 37F, but it was the same thing.


Hmmm. Northern or Southern Nevada?

97E 37F

Link Posted: 1/23/2011 9:42:22 PM EDT
11B10
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 9:47:18 PM EDT
13B.
It's alright. I don't like it enough to reenlist.
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 10:11:59 PM EDT
19K
1998-2002

-SJ
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 10:19:49 PM EDT
72B then 25B.


Link Posted: 1/23/2011 10:31:00 PM EDT
AFSC 11a2
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 10:37:39 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/23/2011 10:40:14 PM EDT by Snowleopard]
Of course, it isn't an MOS but the closest answer is:

1100 General Unrestricted Line (Gurl)
2775 Security and Law Enforcement Officer, ashore

Pretty much loved my LE duties......my ship time, averaged, would probably come to mediocre.
_______________________________________________
("I was a freelance computer expert with a top secret clearance so 24 hours later, I was doing my Harry Houdini impersonation above a rolling submarine deck from a helicopter."––Dr. Karen Hanson to Santini & Hawke, (w,stte), Airwolf "Moffett's Ghost")
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 10:48:34 PM EDT
15F Aircraft Electrician right now. After this deployment, I'm gonna need to re-class to make E5 so that'll probably be to 15U (Chinook crew chief), 91F (Small arms repair), or 35F (Intel analyst).
Link Posted: 1/23/2011 10:52:58 PM EDT
I was a MOS 97E - Interrogator/Linguist (Russian). The MOS is now 35M - Human Intelligence Collector. I imagine that it's a lot more interesting now than it was circa 1986-1991.
Link Posted: 1/24/2011 10:47:32 AM EDT

Originally Posted By YearZero:
Originally Posted By Barrelburner:
I was a 96F, then I became a 37F, but it was the same thing.


Hmmm. Northern or Southern Nevada?

97E 37F

Northern California at the time

Link Posted: 1/24/2011 1:46:24 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/24/2011 1:46:53 PM EDT by AF_K9]
3P051A - K9 Handler
Link Posted: 1/24/2011 4:26:08 PM EDT
0311

11B

MA
Link Posted: 1/24/2011 4:47:28 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/24/2011 5:58:46 PM EDT by AR45fan]
2141

This is a staged photo from a dog and pony show at Camp Pendleton in 1993 (maybe 1994) but it displays essentially what we did. I took the photo; that's Sgt. Steiner on the ramp. I shook hands with the Commandants of the U.S. Marine Corps, Philippine Marines, and R.O.K. Marines (and their wives) that day.




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