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6114DAVE 05-30-2009 8:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SSDSIGS (Post 2557551)
I.Y.A.O.Y.A.S !!

I.Y.A.O.Y.A.S= 1, 2, 3.......LIFT!!:p

Badger71 05-30-2009 8:53 PM

USMC '89-'93

MOS: 5929 (HAWK Missile Systems tech)

The HAWK program was terminated from USMC around the mid '90s.

jmlivingston 05-30-2009 9:13 PM

91A transitioned to 91B == Combat Medical Specialist

operationblackwater 06-02-2009 3:12 PM

Combat Medics RULE! :thumbsup:

chuck762 06-03-2009 12:23 AM

19E M60A3 Armor crewman.

spectr17 06-03-2009 2:19 AM

304X4 Ground Radio repairman (wires n pliers)

1977-1980 - 1963rd Comm Sq Ramstein AFB
1980-1985 - CCT radio/vehicle maintenance Norton AFB CA

http://www.jesseshunting.com/images/...o-guys-med.jpg

armygunsmith 06-03-2009 4:58 AM

A few 2111's here, but I haven't seen any other 45B's. Aberdeen is a beautiful place. I always liked listening to them test firing ordinance in the middle of the night.

SDJim 06-03-2009 6:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ddiaz792310 (Post 2557687)
:stupid: OH PLEASE

Hey, without the ordnance, all them fancy airplanes are nothing but part of an unscheduled airline.

"Warheads on Foreheads"

CGK60 06-03-2009 2:52 PM

army
 
mine was 44c20 welder 68-71 vietnam.

kmoney168 06-06-2009 9:38 PM

11H T.O.W. Missile Gunner '91 - '93
67V OH-58 Helicopter Crewchief '93 - '97

MrTenX 06-07-2009 8:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by armygunsmith (Post 2575106)
A few 2111's here, but I haven't seen any other 45B's. Aberdeen is a beautiful place. I always liked listening to them test firing ordinance in the middle of the night.

Though I wore many hats during my 10 years of active service my primary MOS was 45B (Small Arms Repair).
Last duty station was with the 203rd MI Bn at Aberdeen Proving Ground as NCOIC of the Foreign Weapons Training Section.
Here's a pic of some of the goodies I was responsible for-
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...y/HPIM1600.jpg
We had a 1 week course on the history, disassembly/assembly and employment of various Combloc/threat small arms which ended with a day on the range firing the weapons the students received instruction on.
Had a lot of SF types, Rangers, Marines from Quantico, State Dept. types and folks we didn't know who they were come thru our classes.

goathead 06-07-2009 8:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MrTenX (Post 2595609)
Though I wore many hats during my 10 years of active service my primary MOS was 45B.
Last duty station was with the 203rd MI Bn at Aberdeen Proving Ground as NCOIC of a Foreign Weapons Training Section.
Here's a pic of some of the goodies I was responsible for-
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...y/HPIM1600.jpg
We had a 1 week course on the history, disassembly/assembly and employment of various Combloc/threat small arms which ended with a day on the range firing the weapons the students received instruction on.
Had a lot of SF types, Rangers, Marines from Quantico, State Dept. types and folks we didn't know who they were come thru our classes.

good times :thumbsup:

pummel 06-09-2009 4:09 AM

91W- Medic. US Army 2002-2006. Good times, hooah!

Jeepsrbetter 06-10-2009 11:51 AM

USMC Sergeant 1999-2003
0311-Infantry Rifleman
0351-Infantry Assaultman
8152-Marine Security Forces
8530-Marksmanship Coach

Best damn thing I have ever done. Nothing will ever compare.

9-12 06-10-2009 5:05 PM

67T...,crewchief/door gunner, Blackhawk. Distinguished grad AIT, 2nd S&F Co., Ft Eustis, VA. In 1982, Blackhawk was still considered "experimental"...worked on every rotar wing aircraft the Army had. Missed going into Greneda by 1 wk. Stayed state side, flew all over the east coast, mostly VIP and trining/testing. Flew a lot of SF back and forth, Ft Benning, Ft Bragg...got to do some specail training with some. Sat in with some ROK soldiers for a week...that was an education. Did crash investigation and analysis, tought in tech school and did some EODT as well. :D

rastro 06-10-2009 6:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MrTenX (Post 2595609)
Though I wore many hats during my 10 years of active service my primary MOS was 45B (Small Arms Repair).
Last duty station was with the 203rd MI Bn at Aberdeen Proving Ground as NCOIC of the Foreign Weapons Training Section.
Here's a pic of some of the goodies I was responsible for-
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...y/HPIM1600.jpg
We had a 1 week course on the history, disassembly/assembly and employment of various Combloc/threat small arms which ended with a day on the range firing the weapons the students received instruction on.
Had a lot of SF types, Rangers, Marines from Quantico, State Dept. types and folks we didn't know who they were come thru our classes.

You guys had some nice toys out there at the 203. I remember seeing the MP5K briefcase and quite a few other goodies when i gave a presentation at the foreign weapons section.

Swiftyjuan 06-10-2009 7:09 PM

1821F Missile Launch Officer (Missile Combat Crew Commander) Titan II

trautert 06-10-2009 7:34 PM

04B2LVS Vietnamese (Saigon) Linguist
11B10 - 11B4X Infantry (and Drill Sergeant)
11H20 Anti-tank (106mm Recoilless)
75Z40 Sr. Personnel Sergeant

1969-1991 US Army

letaz77 06-11-2009 11:33 PM

USMC 2001-2007

0311- Infantry Rifleman
0351- Anti-Tank Assultman
0331- Machine Gunner.

I loved all three, but I must confess I enjoyed being a Machine Gunner the most. Something about pumping hot lead at high rates of fire stays with you for many years.

operationblackwater 06-14-2009 9:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MrTenX (Post 2595609)
Though I wore many hats during my 10 years of active service my primary MOS was 45B (Small Arms Repair).
Last duty station was with the 203rd MI Bn at Aberdeen Proving Ground as NCOIC of the Foreign Weapons Training Section.
Here's a pic of some of the goodies I was responsible for-
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...y/HPIM1600.jpg
We had a 1 week course on the history, disassembly/assembly and employment of various Combloc/threat small arms which ended with a day on the range firing the weapons the students received instruction on.
Had a lot of SF types, Rangers, Marines from Quantico, State Dept. types and folks we didn't know who they were come thru our classes.

Hey thats a nice pic you took there! w/ all your buddies!

DVLDOC 06-14-2009 9:42 PM

USN

HM 0000 - Hospital Corpsman
HM 8404 - Field Medical Service Technician

Nikola 06-22-2009 11:42 PM

Navy

1170 - Submarine Officer

Fjold 06-23-2009 7:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nikola (Post 2673040)
Navy

1170 - Submarine Officer

Go bubblehead!

When? I was a 3365 (Nuc) from 1977 - 1988

SSBN 645
SSN 686
SSBN620

palakaboy 06-23-2009 11:05 PM

US Army
(currently in pre-basic training)

19D- Cavalry Scout.

EOD3 06-24-2009 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by palakaboy (Post 2678285)
US Army
(currently in pre-basic training)

19D- Cavalry Scout.

What the heck is that? Something like daycare or are you in the "off to war, babe nailing" stage? :)

signal5delta 06-24-2009 2:12 PM

U.S.Army- 1964-67

31J20-Teletype Equipment Repaiman.

Jim

4thSBCT 06-24-2009 2:28 PM

11B, 240 gunner, the meat and potatoes

palakaboy 06-24-2009 10:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EOD3 (Post 2680100)
What the heck is that? Something like daycare or are you in the "off to war, babe nailing" stage? :)

lol... the latter. no, i'm in the future soldier program, pretty much online classes until i ship out.

haiedras 06-25-2009 12:19 AM

USMC

0402 Logistics
And God help me, I volunteered to go to 29 Palms. :P

Nikola 06-25-2009 1:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fjold (Post 2673630)
Go bubblehead!

When? I was a 3365 (Nuc) from 1977 - 1988

SSBN 645
SSN 686
SSBN620

When? Right now/immediate future. I commissioned a couple weeks ago out of NROTC, and I'm headed to Nuclear Power School soon. So although my designator is 1170, I'm an Ensign who hasn't done anything worth mentioning yet, although I spent a midshipman cruise on SSBN 736.

Thanks for your service, MM1! I am looking forward to the day I earn my Dolphins.

99blkxj 06-27-2009 7:56 AM

USMC 99-04
1st Intelligence Bn 00-02
15th MEU 02-04
MOS 2651 - Special Intelligence System Administrator/Communicator

greyhd 06-29-2009 10:38 AM

14J2P -Early Warning Systems, ADA

82d ABN DIV

Once A Marine 06-29-2009 1:46 PM

USMC 87-05

88-90 0331/8152 (Machine gunner, security guard), MSCF Kingsbay
90-92 0331 (machine gunner), K 3/1
92-95 0211, (counterintelligence specialist) 1st SRIG

also 9962 (parachutist), 8530 (marksmanship coach)

nso1 06-30-2009 5:30 PM

98-01 0311/8152 Marine Barracks Washington DC/White House Communications agency

01-05 0311 1/6 camp lejune, camp schwab okinawa japan, Khandahar and Orzghan province Afghanistan

now 1st civ div, couch company, force reclinisance plt

bones138 07-05-2009 12:54 AM

0351: Anti-Tank Assaultman

Seems like there are quite a few 51's here. :80::59:

bodger 07-05-2009 11:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nso1 (Post 2709196)

now 1st civ div, couch company, force reclinisance plt

Also know as "Horizontal Parade Rest Specialist".

I too am now proficient in that.

Prior to that: USAF 1970-1975, Life Support Specialist, 552nd AEW&C Wing, service in Southeast Asia, 1972-1973.

Fjold 07-05-2009 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nikola (Post 2683798)
When? Right now/immediate future. I commissioned a couple weeks ago out of NROTC, and I'm headed to Nuclear Power School soon. So although my designator is 1170, I'm an Ensign who hasn't done anything worth mentioning yet, although I spent a midshipman cruise on SSBN 736.

Thanks for your service, MM1! I am looking forward to the day I earn my Dolphins.

Good luck, that's not an easy school. I averaged a little over 25 hours/week of extra study over the 6 months. I went when the school was in Orlando Fl and prototype training was in NY, CT and ID. IIRC it's all in King's Bay now. The Math, Chemistry and Physics wasn't too bad but "Reactor Principles" and "Property of Materials" will keep you up at night.

I was an instructor up at A1W in Idaho in the mid 80s and had a lot of O-1s and the occasional O-6 (Prospective XOs for carriers) as students.

nishodan 07-09-2009 4:25 PM

Army
24T PATRIOT Operator & Systems Mechanic

J_B 07-17-2009 11:15 PM

USMC-Sgt. ('93-'97): 3531 w/extras (Motor T)

Currently USAR: Allegedly 35L (Counter Intel) but the USAR mixed some stuff up so I am pretty much MOS-less and treading water at my unit!!

**I think I am going to just going to look into something else..anyone have any good ideas??**

J_B 07-17-2009 11:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DVLDOC (Post 2632276)
USN

HM 0000 - Hospital Corpsman
HM 8404 - Field Medical Service Technician

Aw man!! I owe you a beer or 12. Docs were the best!!


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