Posted on Nov 20, 2017
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PV2 Nodal Network Systems Operators/Maintainer
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As far as mos-t at fort Gordon goes you will be treated like permanent party. You also will either be on a day schedule or a swing shift schedule. The first Sgt there is the nicest guy you will ever meet 1sgt biggers. Your ncoic sfc demshar is a funny guy. Ssg McBride along with ssg stanton and ssg Kim are all good plt Sgt. The ops sgts are the best ssg yang and ssg walker ssg boyd know all about getting you though the process. The classes for 25n10 can be a 26week course or an 18 week course it's all depends of they are going to cover the redcom and promina. The classes are taught by civilians and most of witch are very knowledgeable. I mean of you have any particulars you need to find out about I'd be happy to help
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SSG Human Resources Specialist
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Good morning, can you please send me the contact info for SSG Yang?
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PFC Comms
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We got a new first sergeant (1sg Ruffin) and a new commander (cpt Brown). The company has also moved barracks to the new giant building. No Wi-Fi there. Cripps, Stanton, and Neshem are now Drill Sergeants. Wallace is also a D'S but he was moved to Echo company, who Charlie shares the barracks with.
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Same.
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SSG Network Management Systems Operator
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First and foremost, congratulations on picking a strong technical-based MOS. I haven't been in November school in several years, but I do some recommendations for your time as a November.
-Learn as much about routing and switching as you can. Your experience is valuable both in and out of the army.
-Take the technical courses (A+, Network+, Security+, etc.) to start with. Be sure to take your time studying and get certified, also will help you in and out of the army.

Also, November school is very, "Here is this, this is the basis of how it works, now here is a cutsheet to program it". It will teach you the VERY BASIC portion of being a November. Going to your first unit will take some time to adjust, as many Novembers are very critical of one another about knowledge level.
To sum it up, if you have any additional questions, feel free to comment back or message me.
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SPC Signals Acquisition/Exploitation Analyst
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Thank you SGT!
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SFC Battalion S3 Operations Ncoic
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I definitely agree with this 100%. Only other thing I would add is be careful around the MOS-I Students. Some MOS-Ts get there and want to make corrections or they get over friendly... dont! I was there as a MOS-T then 2 years later went back as an instructor in 551 for 3 years. I know you got plenty of people that offered to help, but if I can assist, I'm here.
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SPC Horizontal Construction Engineer
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Is there any manual i can read up on before going to 25N school (AIT) FM,TM or classes online
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SSG Network Management Systems Operator
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SPC (Join to see) - There is an MOS book you may be able to take a look at, you can find it on Army Pubs. The schoolhouse used to give out an EQRG (Electronic Quick Reference Guide) at the beginning of the course. If they do give you one, you'll have a much better idea of what it is you'll be training on.
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