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OP, you will probably need to wait another year before you can embark on a possible MOS change. I'd really like to be trained in this MOS I think even more so than becoming an officer.
Shutting down the state schools just means less slots and less classes will be available. But alas I was young and ignorant and to be honest I was grateful just to be able to get into the military period, I seriously prayed for months that everything in my enlistment process would go as planned, especially after the active duty Army rejected me, and God definitely delivered on that so I'll count my blessings and accept that I can't do everything I would want in life. If all goes well on that end then my next step would be to get my chain of command to work to get me released from that unit which shouldn't be a problem because our MOS isn't understaffed but the problem is I have been with the unit less than a year so they probably won't want to release me.
It made my life a hell of a lot easier. The next couple years the military will see a lot of change and a lot of downsizing, cuts, losses, and I just feel totally lost about my options and my future. I went to a five-star hotel for my drill and went to Fort Totten for my classes for five months.
This is pretty much the reason I decided not to pursue my re-enlistment. But alas I was young and ignorant and to be honest I was grateful just to be able to get into the military period, I seriously prayed for months that everything in my enlistment process would go as planned, especially after the active duty Army rejected me, and God definitely delivered on that so I'll count my blessings and accept that I can't do everything I would want in life. Then after they talk to you; they have to provide a letter of vacancy to you. I did not see that.
He was my first salute as well, and is my primary mentor. People in my state are even struggling to get 11B and supply slots so I'm not sure if it's even worth it to open this can of worms to reclass my MOS or just focus on ROTC. OP, you will probably need to wait another year before you can embark on a possible MOS change.
Posted by: Shaktizahn | on October 2, 2012
I told him I originally wanted Mic but was duped out of it. It would not make any sense financially to reclass you, especially since you have been in your unit less than a year. It doesn't matter how many slots are open if my unit won't release me.
Your command does not have to let you go if you have this letter. I did not see that.
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