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Old 12-15-2015, 10:09   #2
Team Sergeant
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Your importance on an A-Team can be defined by experience and training.

If all you are is a Jr. 18B you are low man and the first one I will ask to break the seal on your mask to check the air quality.

Now when you've been there a few years and have both 18B, 18E, now you're an asset to the team. same goes for 18C/18B and so on.

And if you're an 18B that came from an infantry/ranger background, even better.

One SF MOS does not usually make a "critical" position. That one crit spot/MOS is held by the 18D's.
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