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Old 06-14-2010, 10:48   #1
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Interested in SF, What to Branch in?

Hello all,

Nevada offers mostly Cavalry, some engineering, and also MP Officer positions. What should I branch in to get me ready try out for SF in a few years with the 19th group?

I am currently 31 and hope to try out when I am around 35 years old.

Thank you.
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Old 06-14-2010, 10:59   #2
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Who are you again? Please post an intro as the rules state.
No specific MOS will get you in "SF shape". If you want it, get yourself in shape. If you're motivated you'll be able to do it despite what MOS you're in.

Again read the rules and use the search button.

Consider this helpful advice as none of the QP's have got to you yet.
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Old 06-14-2010, 11:19   #3
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Hello all,

Nevada offers mostly Cavalry, some engineering, and also MP Officer positions. What should I branch in to get me ready try out for SF in a few years with the 19th group?

I am currently 31 and hope to try out when I am around 35 years old.

Thank you.

1. Read the rules and comply before posting again.

2. Search before starting new threads.

3. You may want to read "A Message to Garcia" before you ask any more questions.

3. This is not an auspicious beginning. Perhaps SF is not in your future.

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