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    Could someone please explain the practical differences between the 11B and 11C MOS? I read the small explanation of both MOS's on the National Guard site, but it didn't elaborate much. Thanks in advance!

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    Re: 11b/11c

    Originally posted by JonTheBaptist
    Could someone please explain the practical differences between the 11B and 11C MOS? I read the small explanation of both MOS's on the National Guard site, but it didn't elaborate much. Thanks in advance!
    Cliff notes; 11B is a rifleman and 11C is a mortarman both are grunts.

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      Re: 11b/11c

      MortarMaggots can have the biggest guns with the exception of whatever artillery units are left. Also often used as a battalion or company asset. This means commanders like to show them off during training exercises by letting everyone and their brother (especially CSMs and colonels) drop rounds.

      11Cs can also always downgrade to an 11B. Whereas you need to be trained and certified to hold the 11C mos.
      Last edited by SteveLord; January 21st, 2010, 10:06 PM.

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        Re: 11b/11c

        Technically both are infantry and both are riflemen right? Just the 11-c MOS has more training?

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          Re: 11b/11c

          Originally posted by JonTheBaptist
          Technically both are infantry and both are riflemen right? Just the 11-c MOS has more training?
          Your quick. Your catching on.

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            Re: 11b/11c

            Originally posted by 7011USMC
            Your quick. Your catching on.
            LOL your an 11 bang bang jon

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            • #7
              Re: 11b/11c

              Originally posted by 7011USMC
              Cliff notes; 11B is a rifleman and 11C is a mortarman both are grunts.
              Since you know everything what MOS is a door gunner in the army? Who does the shooting from AC-130's?

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                Re: 11b/11c

                Originally posted by JonTheBaptist
                Since you know everything what MOS is a door gunner in the army? Who does the shooting from AC-130's?
                The Air Force.

                For Blackhawk choppers, probably 15 series.

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                  Re: 11b/11c

                  Originally posted by JonTheBaptist
                  Since you know everything what MOS is a door gunner in the army? Who does the shooting from AC-130's?
                  Ok Jon the Lutheran again your catching on :0. There is not a MOS for a door gunner in the Army. Usually it is collateral duty for aircrew or volunteers within 15 series.

                  AC-130's gunships are Airforce. Special Operations Squadrons operate them aka SOS. The guns are operated by aerial guncrews AFSC 1A731 1A751 1A771 1A791 aka skill level 3, 5, 7, 9 (4 man team on a gunship) along with a crew of 9 others (pilot, co-pilot, navigator, FCO, EWO, Flt eng, load master).

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                  • #10
                    Re: 11b/11c

                    Ah...one of my faves, I think it's this guy.......... .....get some!!!

                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S06nIz4scvI

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