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  • 92 w.....mystery mos ???

    are there anyone with prior experience...or is currently in theis field.....

    tried to research a lot about this mos....cause this was the one offered for me....

    but i can barely find any other information other than like 2 videos....and the official job profile ..


    if there any water dogs out there....please do respond with your thoughs and experience on this mos ...

    love ya

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    Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

    Im trying to find out more info about this mos as well! it is really hard to find much.

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      Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

      Run a Google search on "92w in the army now". You'll find everything you want to know.

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        Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

        It's a water treatment specialist. Basically, you will do water recons, set up water sites, and a few other things. I enlisted someone a few years ago for that MOS, and he's doing pretty well for himself. He used his MOS training and got a job working for the state of MD making at base pay at 18 years old $68,000 per year. not too bad for the WEASEL.

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          Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

          You helped the TCNs overseas bottle my water. It tasted like poop, tho :/ I assume that wasn't our guys.

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            Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

            Originally posted by Recruiter yosis View Post
            It's a water treatment specialist. Basically, you will do water recons, set up water sites, and a few other things. I enlisted someone a few years ago for that MOS, and he's doing pretty well for himself. He used his MOS training and got a job working for the state of MD making at base pay at 18 years old $68,000 per year. not too bad for the WEASEL.
            Wow!!! That statement appears to be factually untrue. In order to make that kind of money you need to have a Class IV water operators license (requires a engineering degree) along with years of experience. Class 1-3 are lower level postions ranging from $10-$25 per hour. Novice or entry level positions requires training, education, and TIF just to test for various classes of licenses.
            Last edited by 7011USMC; October 19th, 2010, 11:24 AM.

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              Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

              Originally posted by 7011USMC View Post
              Wow!!! That statement appears to be factually untrue. In order to make that kind of money you need to have a Class IV water operators license (requires a engineering degree) along with years of experience. Class 1-3 are lower level postions ranging from $10-$25 per hour. Novice or entry level positions requires training, education, and TIF just to test for various classes of licenses.
              Maybe he works 56 hours a week at 25 dollars an hour. HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT THAT!?

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                Re: 92 w.....mystery mos ???

                Originally posted by Teuvil View Post
                Maybe he works 56 hours a week at 25 dollars an hour. HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT THAT!?
                An 18 y/o entry level employee (AIT graduate) isn't going to make $25 hour at a waste water treatment plant....as a grunt in the field you have to have a minimum of 2 years experience and test for a class one license.

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