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Thanks for your service, everyone! I’m one, too:

 

US Army active and NG (veteran 1994-1999)

E-4 Specialist - 11B/Infantry; First Cavalry Division (active 94-97) 34th Infantry Divison (MN Natl Gd 98-99)

Stationed at Ft. Hood, TX. on active duty. My battalion deployed twice to Kuwait when I was in it in 95 and 96 on active duty.

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As always, Thank you to all those who Serve, or have served! As we all know, it is not an easy sacrifice to make.

 

1. Army

2. Specialist. Member of the Glorious E-4 Mafia

3. January 2002-January 2010

4. 344th MP Co. (Corrections/Cage Kickers, Reserves), 94th MP Co, Londonderry, NH (Reserves, Combat Support, spent 15 months in Iraq April 2003-July 2004)

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As always, Thank you to all those who Serve, or have served! As we all know, it is not an easy sacrifice to make.

 

1. Army

2. Specialist. Member of the Glorious E-4 Mafia

3. January 2002-January 2010

4. 344th MP Co. (Corrections/Cage Kickers, Reserves), 94th MP Co, Londonderry, NH (Reserves, Combat Support, spent 15 months in Iraq April 2003-July 2004)

 

 

E-4 Mafia unite!

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I guess I'll chime in as well!

 

1. USN

2. ISC(IW/EXW/SCW/SW/AW/NAO)

3. 20Oct2003 - Present

4. Current billet: Navy Information Force Reserve Region Southwest NAT/EMBED/PRISE-R Coordinator.

 

former billets (from most recent to oldest): Senior Enlisted Leader, NORAD/USNORTHCOM 0122 (Jan2014-Sep2017); Special Intelligence Operator, Joint Special Operations Command (Dec2011 - Jan2014); Tactical MASINT Operator, Defense Intelligence Agency HQ (Aug2011 - Dec2011); HUMINT/CI Operator, Naval Expeditionary Intelligence Command (Mar2010 - Aug 2011); All-Source Intelligence Analyst, 30th Naval Construction Regiment - SEABEEs (Jun2009 - Mar2010). Intelligence Analyst, Joint Transformation Command - Intelligence (Dec2007 - Jun2009); Machinest's Mate, USS George Washington CVN-73 (Jan2005 - Dec2007); Student, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command (Jan2004 - Jan2005).

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I guess I'll chime in as well!

 

1. USN

2. ISC(IW/EXW/SCW/SW/AW/NAO)

3. 20Oct2003 - Present

4. Current billet: Navy Information Force Reserve Region Southwest NAT/EMBED/PRISE-R Coordinator.

 

former billets (from most recent to oldest): Senior Enlisted Leader, NORAD/USNORTHCOM 0122 (Jan2014-Sep2017); Special Intelligence Operator, Joint Special Operations Command (Dec2011 - Jan2014); Tactical MASINT Operator, Defense Intelligence Agency HQ (Aug2011 - Dec2011); HUMINT/CI Operator, Naval Expeditionary Intelligence Command (Mar2010 - Aug 2011); All-Source Intelligence Analyst, 30th Naval Construction Regiment - SEABEEs (Jun2009 - Mar2010). Intelligence Analyst, Joint Transformation Command - Intelligence (Dec2007 - Jun2009); Machinest's Mate, USS George Washington CVN-73 (Jan2005 - Dec2007); Student, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command (Jan2004 - Jan2005).

 

 

Thank you for your service and welcome to the forum.

 

You and Dale aka SBT will have much to talk about.

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BD were you operationally aware of USMC MOS 2612s? USN had six similar codes on the enlisted side and three officer designators which take the 2612 to a whole other level.
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BD were you operationally aware of USMC MOS 2612s? USN had six similar codes on the enlisted side and three officer designators which take the 2612 to a whole other level.

 

That was my community.

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No - the "12" is (or at least was) the qualifier. You have to be cleared for the ridiculous, burn before reading, and get investigated every 5-years (for the past 15 years), just to get in the door. Then other doors can open beyond that. I ran a division that screened all USMC (2612)/USN (CT/IS) candidates for these programs. Edited by SBT
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SBT,

 

I'm not familiar with the 2612 MOS. all the Jarheads I work with are 0211. I'm a 3912/3913 NEC. Though I haven't been operational since I left Task Force in 2014. Even since I made Chief, I've been pushing paper.

 

if you have a SIPR or JWICS, I'd love to chat! PM me if you'd like and I'll give you my addy

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Thanks to President Trump's enforcement of Vets care extension. I will be treated at the best hospital group which is less than 10 minutes drive and will be covered by my benefits. What a change from just a few years ago. G_d Bless the U.S.A. and G_d Bless the President.

 

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Thanks to President Trump's enforcement of Vets care extension. I will be treated at the best hospital group which is less than 10 minutes drive and will be covered by my benefits. What a change from just a few years ago. G_d Bless the U.S.A. and G_d Bless the President.

 

 

Really glad to hear this.

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