Overview

Military Occupational Specialties (MOS’s) are chosen by the recruit as long as they prove eligible for the position dependent on their aptitude score following the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. No prior service or experience is required by any and all applicants, in fact the Army National Guard (ARNG) provides you with all the training and knowledge necessary to perform in your career path. Qualification of enlistment into the ARNG is determined by a series of questions that our recruiters will discuss with you. Once deemed eligible the enlistment process is completely in your hands. The ARNG offers over 150+ career paths in a variety of fields below are some of the fields in which you can pursue a career path to receive paid training.

Logistics and Support:

92W – Water Treatment Specialist

74D – Chemical/Biological/Radiological/Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist

88H – Cargo Specialist

88M – Motor Transport Operator

88N – Transportation Management

89A – Ammunition Stock Control

89B – Ammunition Specialist

89D – Explosive Ordinance Specialist

92A – Automated Logistical Specialist

92F – Petroleum Supply Specialist

92G – Food Service Specialist

92L – Petroleum Lab Specialist

92Y – Unit Supply Specialist

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Tracking

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