What was your MOS?I was at Ft Huachuca (military intelligence), followed by Germany. It was 30 years ago, though!
Started as 96B, went to 97B. After that, I worked in PsyOps.What was your MOS?
I was a 97b40 out of the older school at Ft. Holabird.
Bet Arizona was nicer than Baltimore, Maryland.
I always liked listing my job title on resumes: Counter Intelligence Special Agent.
"Any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction, 'I served in the United States Military,'" wrote President John F. Kennedy in August 1963.
I'm a MK2 I have been in 2007-present.JohnSand said:Am I the only Coastie? Well, it is the smallest service.
USCG, Boatswain's Mate, six years active, 1981-87. CGC Decisive, Rescue Station Fort Totten NY (closed, but I still see my old boat 41412 sometimes), PB Cape Horn (also gone). I loved that job, sunrise at sea, or sunsets over NYC.
But I'm glad younger guys are going out in those storms now.
There is some impressive service here, I salute you all.
Chief with 19 years in the USN as a CT. Retiring in a couple years.