- 1 Can you change your Marine MOS?
- 2 Can you switch military branches after MEPS?
- 3 Can you change your job at MEPS?
- 4 Can you change your MOS after enlisting?
- 5 Can a marine become Navy SEAL?
- 6 What is the best MOS for Marines?
- 7 Which branch is hardest to get into?
- 8 What can disqualify you at MEPS?
- 9 Do you go to jail if you quit the military?
- 10 Can I back out before MEPS?
- 11 Do I choose my MOS at MEPS?
- 12 Can I get out of the Army before basic training?
- 13 Can you have 2 MOS army?
- 14 What Army MOS is in high demand?
- 15 What is a 51 C MOS?
Can you change your Marine MOS?
Members of the U.S. Marine Corps who want to change their MOS Switching your MOS can be a difficult process, however, as the needs of the Marine Corps come first. Timing and choosing an MOS for which there is a need is key. If you have not attended basic training yet, simply ask your recruiter to change your MOS.
Can you switch military branches after MEPS?
It’s never too late to make a change prior to departing for basic training. You have the option to switch branches up until your final swearing prior to your departure to basic training.
Can you change your job at MEPS?
Yes you can change your MOS once you’re in the Army but it’s not nearly as simple or easy later on. You have more choices at the MEPS. You could always accept the MOS offered (74d) and sign a short contract (3 years). If you have not attended basic training yet, simply ask your recruiter to change your MOS.
Can you change your MOS after enlisting?
You can request a specialty reassignment when you re-enlist, during which you agree to serve for another few years in your new position. This is likely the best time to make a move to a new position. There are too many personnel in your current position.
An active-duty Marine cannot become a Navy SEAL. In order to go through Navy SEAL training, an individual must be a member of the Navy. If a Marine wants to become a SEAL, they will most likely have to finish their contract and then go visit a Navy recruiter to re-enlist and receive a SEAL contract.
What is the best MOS for Marines?
10 Best Marine Jobs That Transfer To Civilian Careers
- Cryptologic Digital Network Tech (MOS 2611)
- Avionics Maintenance Chief (MOS 6391)
- Marine Cybersecurity Technician (MOS 0688)
- Marine Counter Intelligence / Human Intelligence (MOS 0211)
- Marine Logistics / Mobility Chief (MOS 0491)
Which branch is hardest to get into?
To recap: The hardest military branch to get into in terms of education requirements is the Air Force. The military branch with the toughest basic training is the Marine Corps. The hardest military branch for non-males because of exclusivity and male dominance is the Marine Corps.
What can disqualify you at MEPS?
What can disqualify you from MEPS? As mentioned previously, there are dozens of conditions that can disqualify you at MEPS. They include dental issues, eye / ear issues, hearing problems, and heart problems.
Do you go to jail if you quit the military?
Punishment for Going AWOL Besides, the maximum punishment according to the law is death or life in prison if desertion is carried out to avoid war. In fact, the vast majority of AWOL and desertion cases are disposed of with an administrative discharge.
Can I back out before MEPS?
If you have NOT been to the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) and have NOT taken an Oath of Enlistment, you are free to quit the process at any time. Just because you arrive at MEPS does not mean you are fully committed with no chance of deciding not to commit after all.
Do I choose my MOS at MEPS?
At MEPS, you will take the ASVAB, choose your MOS and take a physical. If you pass the ASVAB and physical, you will be able to swear into the military on that same day. When going to MEPS, it should take a couple of days to get through all the paperwork.
Can I get out of the Army before basic training?
Quitting The Military: Before And During Basic Training You have signed a contract, yes. If you HAVE taken the Oath of Enlistment and have shipped out to basic training, you still haven’t fully committed to military service yet.
Can you have 2 MOS army?
Yes, a Service member can have more than one MOS, a Primary, Secondary and Alternate. For qualification, SM must attend the training for each MOS. However the Primary MOS must be the duty position that SM is in. Some people are issued a secondary MOS if then need arises.
What Army MOS is in high demand?
Current (subject to change based on Army requirements) high demand MOSs include:
- 18X (Spec Forces; Elementary Lang Proficiency)
- 37F (Psychological Operations Specialist)
- 25P (Microwave Systems Operator-Maintainer.
- 35M (Human Intelligence Collector: Lang Proficiency)
- 14P (Air Missile Defense Crew Member)
What is a 51 C MOS?
Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 51C, Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (AL&T) Contracting Noncommissioned Officer (NCO), is a highly critical career field established in December 2006 to meet the Army’s continuously increasing need for contingency contracting officers in the modular force.