Gone from AD USAF to Army NG, and unit doesn't want to send me back to school because the AIT is the same in the USAF. I have reached out to connects I have. Any and all help appreciated. They are callin it 'MOS conversion'.
I did 3 yrs in TXARNG with an Airborne Infantry contract and never went to MOS. The unit was gonna kick me out from the start cuz I wasn't already MOSQ but luckily my recruiter was a kickass SF MSG from 5th Group.Army has accepted you in a 35P billet, only two options available:
1. Big Army has to acknowledge the USAF MOS and award you the 35P MOS.
2. If they won't recognize the USAF training, then send you to MOS.
They can't keep you in without being MOS Q'd.....wonder how long they (Big Army or NGB) can jack with you, legally.
I did 3 yrs in TXARNG with an Airborne Infantry contract and never went to MOS. The unit was gonna kick me out from the start cuz I wasnt already MOSQ but luckily my recruiter was a kickass SF MSG from 5th Group.
I aint worried, this team needs joes spun up to go to work, and I am more than willin. At 36, my clock is tickin. As soon as I show the NG some proof they'll give me the MOS. Wish in my heart of hearts I could just go 18 series, but who wants a grey haired xray...... Apparently however 3 yrs of NCOERs and a DD214 aint proof enough. It'll happen....at yhe speed of one weekend a month.
What are your future plans if you don't mind me asking?After doing zoomie intel for 6 yrs I wanted to jump and make things go boom. The first unit I signed with didn't like me cuz I came from chair force, so never got MOSQd. Learned about SOT-A, switched states, so now getting all the boxes checked to be G2G.
Once I'm good to go, I wanna stay where I'm at until they send me away. Haven't been there long and haven't done the job yet, but every time I go I love it more. I absolutely love my civilian job, and where I work is one of the highest paid places in the country, but I am considering taking a 60% cut to move closer to drill to be more available. If I got offered a full-time gig doing this, I'd be a happy camper.What are your future plans if you don't mind me asking?