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Thread: Saturation for the 06 Field
11-15-11, 07:38 AM #1
Saturation for the 06 Field
Good morning Marines!
First let me say that, I understand being a Marine comes first. Also the needs of the Corps comes first.
I have 7 years experience in the Data Field. Recently I was just "guaranteed" a spot as a DB 0600 1100. (Still not exactly sure how that pairing works) I'm ecstatic because i've been waiting since June to hear back whether or not I would be able to do Comms in the Corps. I'm shooting for a 0656 Data Network Specialist.
Is there anything I can do while in Recruit Training, MCT, or My MOS school that would help me to get that job? Will any of the past 7 years be taken into consideration when it comes time for assinging me my job? I am not sure how much of a chance I could be assigned an 1100 job. My heart won't be broken, I just know I can contribute the most doing Comms. I was studying for my CCNA but don't want to waste the money/time if I'm going to be a radio operator.
Any additional information is appreciated.
My searches previously to constructing this thread:
PEF/ MOS Description GENDER TOE Test ScoresDB COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRICIAN M/F 4 EL 100
0612 Field Wireman
0613 Construction Wireman
0614 Unit Level Circuit Switch (ULCS) Operator/Maintainer
0621 Field Radio Operator
0622 Digital (Multi-channel) Wideband Transmission Equipment Operator
0623 Tropospheric Scatter Radio Multi-channel Equipment Operator
0627 SHF Satellite Communications Operator-Maintainer
0628 EHF Satellite Communications Operator-Maintainer
0651 Data Network Specialist
0656 Tactical Network Specialist
1142 Electrical Equipment Repair Specialist
*EL Score of 100 on the ASVAB.
*Eligible for a SECRET Clearance.
*Pass the Normal Color Perception (NCP) test w/ PIP (12 out of 14 correct) or FALANT. *Four (4) Year Term of Enlistment (TOE).
*Possess a VALID Civilian Drivers License FOR ASSIGNMENT
11-15-11, 08:40 AM #2Originally Posted by SSgt Lamie;
I'm unable to post in those threads, since it's in "Ask a Marine".
Still looking for guidance. Not all of my questions have been answered.
11-15-11, 08:45 AM #3Originally Posted by oscrmyr
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