A job in the Army is called a Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and has a number and letter code associated with it. For example, an Infantryman is also called an 11B (eleven-bravo).
Once you have your Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) scores you can choose a MOS that you qualified for. There are over 4,000 job options in the United States Army. The training you receive in the Army will be of great value to you for the rest of your life. Consider your personality, interest, background, and goals for the future.
The ASVAB is a very important test. Your scores will determine what MOS’s you are eligable to apply for and will help determine your career in the military. Check out the ASVAB Basics or have a look at the required line scores for each MOS.
There are many ways to be a soldier! With over 150 Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs) you have a wide range of careers to choose from as you serve your country and provide valuable experience that you can take home with you if you decide to go back to civilian life after your commitment is up.
You can choose from career paths including Engineering, Communications, Law, Computers, Medical, Law Enforcement, Finance, Administration, Transportation and many more.
Step 1 – Is The Army Right For Me?
Step 2 – Choose The Right Path
Step 3 – Talk To The Recruiter
Step 4 – Ace The ASVAB
Step 5 – Process In
Step 6 – Choose Your Army Job
Step 7 – Get Ready For Boot camp
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