Posted on Feb 4, 2017
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Capt Gregory Prickett
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The 426th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne) may have some slots.

Also, XVIII Airborne Corps has new TPU reserve slots, including slots for 35M1P/35M2P.

Good luck.
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I'm trying to get an AGR 35M airborne slot. No language identifiers though.
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There are no slots like that in the 426th. You won't find a 35M AGR slot outside of an intel unit.
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LTC Stephen C.
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Not much other airborne in the USAR that I know of, SSG (Join to see), except maybe civil affairs. There are airborne quartermaster rigger companies and the 20th SFG(A) in the ARNG. That's about it, I think.
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Looks like it's time to send up a 4187 to see if I can go 37F.
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Just make sure you're a little eccentric and you'll fit in SSG (Join to see) -
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SSG (Join to see) there may be some in the XVIII Airborne Corps. There is a pilot program that has reservists within active duty units. Eventually 82nd Airborne Division will have slots for either Guardsman and/or Reservists as well if the program continues.
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MAJ (Join to see) - Are the E7s airborne?
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MAJ Operations Officer (Opso)
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SSG (Join to see) - One has wings the other two are not. They are not airborne slotted, but the Corps has allowed him to jump.
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MAJ (Join to see) - So are these E7s training NCOs? Also what do you think would be the potential for them to get sent to airborne school? Or how likely is it for them to get a walk on? Thanks!
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SSG (Join to see) wright they would get a slot from the Corps and go if they wanted. They just would need to put in for the school and be put on the OML. Obviously being an airborne unit the OML is just a wait list to get a school slot as we get slots. It is more if they want to go or not. The two did not want to attend. They are "administrative" NCOs if that makes sense. They help the active manage the reservists and help out with random taskers as well to support the Corps.
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