Posted on Apr 7, 2014
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I'm a power generation equipment repairer (91D) and I love my job. I'm interested in stepping up and trying out for a Special Operations position. Being an SF Operator has always been a dream of mine but I recently came across an article about 160th. This attracted my attention because I love the Ordnance Corps, especially electrical troubleshooting and circuitry and would love to work on Army Helicopters. Any advice or experience out there in the RP world? I've also thought about group but I'm not sure how to get attached to get orders to SF Group. I feel that both can set me up to do well as a civilian once I retire.
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If you plan to stay a 91D, I would recommend connecting with other 91Ds in USASOC. Ask them both how they got their job, and also how they like it. That should help you decide on what you should strive for. Here are a few 91Ds I found in USASFC by using the RallyPoint Advanced Search:
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Thanks for the advice sir. I'm still new to RP so this search feature will definitely help a lot.
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Any of these organizations will benefit from your experience. Go to the source to find out what you want to know; nobody can help you to make this kind of decision. Remember to look at the total concept of going SOF before you jump.
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SSG, I couldn't agree with you more. I know that this decision isn't something one can just jump into. I've been pondering this decision for quite sometime and that's why I've come to RP with the question. I greatly appreciate your feedback and support SSG.
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Go to SFAS and shoot people in their faces.
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Balls, this was from three years ago...
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@SSG Tim Beck , my be we'll find out what happened.
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@LTD Bill Koski, good point!
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@LTC Bill Koski
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