When I was in from '74 - '77 and served in the Army Security Agency, the minimum ASVAB scores needed to qualify for the Army Security Agency was a minimum, depending on your particular MOS, of a GT score of 105, an SC score of 105, or an SL score of 105. And if that wasn't tough enough to qualify for, you also had to pass a grueling back ground check to make sure you qualified for a Top Secret Clearance. Is that difficult enough for you? By far, the highest bar set by the U.S. Army at the time. It was a branch of Military Intelligence that did all the ground work for the NSA along with the Naval Security Group and the Air Force Security Service.
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