Posted on Feb 24, 2019
SGT Watercraft Operator
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My unit and MOS are going away for good. I have the option to reclass and have chosen a new MOS I would like to get into. I've asked for vacancies but have no contact information for these units. Is this info available on HRC? What else can I do to get what I want out of the reserves?
Posted in these groups: 090710 a 3251c 006 Reclass
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You need to speak with your local Career Counselor. If you do not know who that is, DM me and I will assist you. You can email me as well, [login to see] .
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Thank you for you response. I will keep your email on hand. Right now I am waiting for a response from the retention person I am currently in contact with.
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Were you able to look over my stuff I sent you
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CW2 (Join to see) yes I did. Some corrections, check your email. Call me with questions.
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Your unit's Retention NCO/Career Counselor has access to the information you are looking for. It is very difficult for individual Soldiers to get the updated info for units, and almost impossible to get vacancy information. If your Retention NCO is unable or unwilling to assist you, some Army Recruiters have access to the information as well. Before I found this much out, I used FB and messaged units to get the information I was looking for when I had to switch MOS (twice).
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When I moved to reserves my most was not a reserve mos. On my new contract I was offered Mos that was available with units in my area. If I wanted a different one I would have been assigned to a unit that would have required a hotel stay. Check with a reserve recuriter to see what is in need and where you fit
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