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    Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

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    Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

    Originally posted by Devin Stickley View Post
    Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

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      Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

      Most commenters on this video said it wasn't very up to date on what you do

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        Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

        14G is going to work closely with the FSO, the S-2 as well as the UAV elements in terms of the overall battlespace picture. Their particular points of interest will be, of course, their ADA portion and the OPFORs aerial defense/offense assets.

        They are going to be in the TOC more than likely or setup in a SCIF trailer close to the TOC. I imagine it would be a neat MOS in terms of playing war...

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          Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

          Originally posted by Devin Stickley View Post
          Most commenters on this video said it wasn't very up to date on what you do

          BATTLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OPERATOR -- PHASE 1 THOUGH 4
          Last edited by VICEROY06; April 30th, 2013, 04:14 PM.

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            Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

            Originally posted by Devin Stickley View Post
            Most commenters on this video said it wasn't very up to date on what you do
            Lol at least te Soldiers in the video are wearing ACUs not BDUs so it can't be more than seven years old.

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              Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

              Originally posted by Chief Kemosabe View Post
              Lol at least te Soldiers in the video are wearing ACUs not BDUs so it can't be more than seven years old.
              First thing I noticed, too haha

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                Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

                Originally posted by Chief Kemosabe View Post
                Lol at least te Soldiers in the video are wearing ACUs not BDUs so it can't be more than seven years old.
                Yanno? If I see another old ass MOS video with guys wearing BDU's, 70's radio DJ narration and seedy disco music I'm going to throw up. Any MOS videos with guys wearing ACU's is up to date enough.

                Originally posted by Devin Stickley View Post
                Most commenters on this video said it wasn't very up to date on what you do
                Wrong.

                One of the latest comments on that YouTube video was made a month ago (randomdeck) by a person that stated the MOS just changed from 14J to 14G in 2012. You can't get anymore current than that. You need to click on the link I provided for you earlier in the thread and conduct some thorough research.
                Last edited by VICEROY06; May 1st, 2013, 08:54 AM.

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                  Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

                  We have a couple 14 series in my sister company.

                  I won't lie to you...to make a 14 functional, you almost need every part of the system they run. You COULD do things on the BCS3, CPOF, and a BFT but you don't need a 14G for that.
                  We have the CPP/ADAMS cell that they use to literally create scenarios on the CPOF machines so the staff officers can issue orders to "units on the ground" (in the next room). It's pretty fun and the system you work on is hella awesome.

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                    Re: Any info on 14G MOS? most info on it seems outdated

                    Thanks guys this was all very helpful

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