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    I received a 92f (petroleum supply specialist) spot in an aviation unit. I've heard that if your going to do 92f it's best to be in an aviation unit verses others.
    I'm curious about the 9 weeks of training during AIT and wondering is this a tough job overall..

    Thanks Ahead.
    Angie

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    Re: 92F ait (petroleum supply specialist)

    Any 92 series has its ups and downs. Since you will probably be in an aviation unit, you'll have loads of fun fueling and watching the helo's or planes take off. Not sure about 92F AIT, but you will be at Fort Lee, Va which is kind of chill. Taxi's everywhere on the weekend and delivery from a variety of places.

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      Re: 92F ait (petroleum supply specialist)

      I was in fort lee last year for my Officer's Course May-Sept. From experience, your AIT will not be too strenuous. Being an old Cav Scout, I was used to not having weekends off and getting my *** kicked every day for 14 straight weeks. While I was in Ft Lee, the AIT soldiers were walking around in Civi's on weekends and hanging out. I'd even see some of them in the malls offpost. Don't worry, just do what's asked of you and you'll do fine

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      • #4
        Re: 92F ait (petroleum supply specialist)

        I can't speak much to the unit work - I was not in an aviation unit, and was only in a unit as a 92F for a short time - but I can tell you about AIT.

        If you have half a brain, it will be a good time. It can be easy, but don't let that stop you from studying. I was one of the few who did, and it completely paid off. There is a fair amount of memorization necessary. It's a decent mix of classroom and practical work. The tests are both written and hands on, though the hands on for us often involved a lot of questions while standing near the equipment.

        The privileges are very company based. I was in probably the most lax one there, at least I believe. We had some sort of pass from almost the first weekend, even if it was just on post in ACUs. I seem to recall most weekends, except for Saturday mornings and Log Warrior, being completely free. Cell phones and computers, if you chose to bring one, from day one.

        I can answer any more questions you may have, just send me a message. For some reason, this MOS was difficult for me to find any information on when I was looking. If I can help in any way, just ask!

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        • #5
          Re: 92F ait (petroleum supply specialist)

          Thanks for the replys! I could not find alot of info about this mos!

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          • #6
            Re: 92F ait (petroleum supply specialist)

            Here are some pics of what you can expect from AIT...




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