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  • 88m vs. 92f pro's and con's

    I would like to know what some of the pro's and con's to both of these mos's . I know that thay are both important in there own special ways just wanted some input from someone that is currently in one of these or knows so more info. I talked with a recruiter and I do have some but very limited info just basically what was already stated online. Thanks for the help!

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    One of the good things for an 88m is you can test to get your CDL right out of AIT (at least that is how it is in LA).

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      I think 88m is a great MOS but this is coming from what I have observed as I am just a pogey nurse that drives nothing bigger than her gas guzzling SUV. My state is currently MOBing a transportation unit and from talking with them, these guys love it and have great civilian jobs even in this bad economy.

      The 92F is also a valued MOS, but you WILL be exposed to environmental hazards in this job. I track the 92Fs that are full time technicians for benzene and other fuel related hazards.

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        [QUOTE=QuantumRN]I think 88m is a great MOS but this is coming from what I have observed as I am just a pogey nurse that drives nothing bigger than her gas guzzling SUV. My state is currently MOBing a transportation unit and from talking with them, these guys love it and have great civilian jobs even in this bad economy.

        The 92F is also a valued MOS, but you WILL be exposed to environmental hazards in this job. I track the 92Fs that are full time technicians for benzene and other fuel related hazards.[/QUOTE]

        Both jobs are pretty F*ing ballzy...

        The most craziest stories I've ever heard in my life is from 88Mikes on Convoy duty, and the Fuelers trying to get from point A to point B loaded with fuel...

        To the Op...

        Good luck dude, and thank you for your decision.

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