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Discussion in 'The US Marine Corps Forum' started by USMCgs3, Feb 15, 2012.
I will be point man:
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0341. 60mm fun
13 B 105mm
Gotta love the 03 field. Where the real Marines are!
USN NEC, 6612. Avionics Tech.
I'm curious what the MOS for an Avionics Tech was in the USMC back in the late '70s & early '80's. They've all changed now.
91B40 Medical Platoon Sergeant.
-1-167th CAV, NE ARNG (Ret.)
Thanks to everyone that has served.
USMC 6072 Aviation support equipment mechanic
0352,0331 crosstrained, CAAT plt
95B Military Poleece...quite a bit of fun actually in the late 60's, our company
was rerouted from Nam to Germany after all the hijackings started.
dont remember the numbers, but i was an army counter intel warrant, and i also was a rotary winged aviator. later the same two as a commissioned officer. i know the numbers changed when i becams a 1lt. god so long ago
1t1x1, aircrew life support
13B and 31R
11B is there any other?
2533 radio/telegraph operator
USMC 1966 - 1969
0311, but back in the day ('65 - '69) that covered a lot of varied assignments. I did time as a Nuclear Weapons Security Guard with a Mardet, I was an Infantry Squad Leader and then a Desk Sgt with the Military Police. Now-a-days they're all separate MOS's I believe. Semper-Fi.
Motor T baby!!!!!
Hope you'll let an old USAF vet post in the Marine's section but I was in Weather (AFSC 25251) 1959-1963. There weren't very many of us, maybe 15-20 at a typical base.