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ArodJohns 11-17-2008 01:33

Worst MOS?
 
What is the worst MOS in the military?

If you guys (or gals) who have experience in this wouldn't mind, which branch and what made it so bad?

SD G17 11-17-2008 01:39

Depends on what you want? 11B (Infantry) could be the best or worst depending on what you look for in a job.

chuckman 11-17-2008 06:38

In the Navy is has to be a striker, an enlisted individual who has not chosen an NEC (Navy-speak for MOS), and is loaned around to several shops to see what they have an interest or inclination in, then get OJT, then sent to A school. Sounds good, but they often end up as a deck ape and chipping paint. My other thought is any one of the food service/mess NECs/MOSs. They are so valuable and work their collective butts off, but get little respect. An old Chief told me to make friends with the mess cranks. I did. What sage advice.

Cowgunner 12-04-2008 16:18

I had a friend in the Corp who primary job was to locate and identify personal that were KIA. I think that's the worst job I ever heard of in the Marines.

SpookyEight 12-04-2008 17:15

Anything other than an 03xx MOS.

bennwj 12-31-2008 08:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cowgunner (Post 11780511)
I had a friend in the Corp who primary job was to locate and identify personal that were KIA. I think that's the worst job I ever heard of in the Marines.


+1

I think graves registration would be pretty bad.

But, there really is no BAD MOS. It is what you like that matters.

gruntmedik 01-10-2009 19:00

In the USMC, the worst would have to be 1369.

Army Medic Dad 02-02-2009 14:15

While not actually a "worst" MOS, I've heard that it is any Soldier, who is not Airborne qualified, getting assigned to an Airborne unit right out of school. Talk about "low man" on the totem pole.

Fred Hansen 02-02-2009 14:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by gruntmedik (Post 12038601)
In the USMC, the worst would have to be 1369.

:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

gruntmedik 02-03-2009 09:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fred Hansen (Post 12212156)
:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

I was wondering how long it was gonna take. :supergrin:


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