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08-07-12, 06:13 PM #1
What is the Communications/Electrician job field like?
This is the job field I was assigned to. I'm really interested in communications, but I really do not want to be some kind of electrician. So what percentage of people go to comms? And what is this job field like? I really don't know what to expect.
08-07-12, 07:31 PM #2
08-07-12, 07:39 PM #3
I was looking for more of a personal description of the job, or info from someone actually in the field. But this helps a lot, Thanks!
08-07-12, 07:50 PM #4
08-20-12, 03:16 PM #5
What contract type are you. Mine was "BY" Comm. Electronics (2800, 5900, 2100) so if you have that I may be able to give you some insight, depending on what you wanna know. However, like Rhode Island we are only allowed to say so much.
08-20-12, 04:58 PM #6
Gunnar, you could be anything from a radio operator to an electronics repair guy.
When I was in, there were no such thing as drones and no one had cell phones, so I'm sure any other info I tried to give you would sound like it came from Barney Rubble.
02-28-13, 05:36 AM #7
Hey Subsum, anything you can tell me about 2800 field? From life during schooling, to daily life in the fleet? thanks in advanced.
02-28-13, 03:53 PM #8josephdGuest Free Member
clean up, change over, and chow from 0600-0800
work/train/go to class(s) from 0800-1100
back to work/training/class(s) 1300-1600
secure for the evening to go do what you want until you rack out and wake up to do it all over again the next day.
03-04-13, 10:33 AM #9
I work with 2841's and coincidentally have some 2841 boots sitting infront of me here at the CTC.
You'll be in Alpha company @ 29 stumps for nearly a year. This doesn't make you salty. Soon as you hit the fleet...congrats you're a boot.
Depending on your unit... some 2847's get treated the same as 41's. Get used to GCSS.
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