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Thread: Reclass Input 25V/68R/68S

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    First off MPclk, I meant no disrespect. Your input was appreciated, just not the advice I was looking for. And also CWO, given the circumstances of being in the guard, being a specialist for a long time is a given! I was leaning towards active status with that statement. I appreciate the last two posts, that is the sort of input I'm looking for. Like I've repeated, I've done my research extensively and I'm just stuck between the three. So since there doesn't seem to br anyone in these particular MOS's, if you had to choose, which one and why. Regardless I feel which ever I choose will be the right decision. Fate works in mysterious ways! Again thanks to all who have taken the time to post, and keep it coming! Hooah!

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    Are you in the Guard? If so you have no choice if you switch to the active side. You'll be considered prior service & the only MOS prior service is being offered is 18X, Special Forces. Transferring to the Active Duty Army can only happen if your Guard unit releases you & the Regular Army accepts you. If your Guard unit has any chance of deployment I doubt if they'll release you unless they're over-manned. You can apply for the AGR program & work for a Guard unit full time but only in the MOS that you signed up in if there are any openings at all.

    If you stay in the Guard your choice of MOSs is also limited to what MOSs the unit has on their manning charts & of those which ones have vacancies.
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    Top, I'm pretty sure the Guard comment was directed at Chief's post and the mentions of "10 year SPC." From what it sounds like he's Active Duty.

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    Correct, I am active duty. I was initially in the guard years ago, and did the whole prior service jazz.. Luckily did it at the right time.

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    That's what I thought. When you said "I'm leaning towards active service with that remark" that's what made me wonder.
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    When you solicit advice\feedback and don't get what you want, it's a better idea to say "Thanks" and drive on when it isn't what you're looking for. Your first few responses pretty much make you look like a dick.
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    So because i tried to MAKE you make a decision, my, advice was null, but if someone tells you what job "they" would enjoy, thats good advice. I am not trying to disrespect my fellow forum members in any way...as a recruiter i hated kids asking me "so what job would you do" b/c im not going to do it, you are, you tell me what you want to do, make a decision.

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