What was everyones MOS??

Discussion in 'The US Marine Corps Forum' started by USMCgs3, Feb 15, 2012.


  1. I will be point man:
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  3. 0341. 60mm fun
     

  4. Civilian


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  5. c01

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  6. RedHaze

    RedHaze Handgunner

    0311

    Gotta love the 03 field. Where the real Marines are! :whistling:
     
  7. CA Escapee

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    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.

    Bill
     
    #6 CA Escapee, Feb 15, 2012
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  8. 91B40 Medical Platoon Sergeant.

    -1-167th CAV, NE ARNG (Ret.)

    Thanks to everyone that has served. :patriot:
     
  9. USMC 6072 Aviation support equipment mechanic
     
  10. 0352,0331 crosstrained, CAAT plt

    3/6 Wpns
     
    #10 USMCSergeant, Feb 15, 2012
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  11. nrabnf

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    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.
     
  12. 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
     
  13. 1t1x1, aircrew life support
     
  14. 11B is there any other?
     
  15. 2533 radio/telegraph operator
    USMC 1966 - 1969
     
  16. 2-8 Marine

    2-8 Marine Limp Member

    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.
     
  17. Motor T baby!!!!!
     
  18. 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.
     

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