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Jobs in the US Army aka. Military Occupational Specialties (MOS)

Army.com’s research staff has uncovered the info on military jobs people want but nobody talks about!

Top Secret Military Jobs

  1. All Source Intelligence Tech
  2. Communications Locator
  3. Counterintelligence Agent
  4. Cryptologic Linguist
  5. Electronic Warfare Specialist
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Some Army MOSs are more sought after than others. Here is a short list of jobs most enlisted soldiers want.

  1. Combat Medic
  2. Infantryman
  3. Military Police
  4. Counter-Intel Agent
  5. Cavalry Scout
 

Specialized Careers in the United States Army

Infantry

Supervises, leads, or serves as a member of an infantry activity that employs individual or crew-served weapons in support of offensive and defensive combat operations. More...

Special Forces Weapons Sgt

Employs conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in individual and small unit infantry operations. More...

Cavalry Scout

Leads, serves, or assists as a member of a scouting crew, squad, section, or platoon in reconnaissance, security, and other combat operations. More...

Human Intel Collector

Supervises and conducts tactical HUMINT collection operations such as debriefings, interrogations, and elicitations in English and foreign languages. More...

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